May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

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ROIC: Latest Metric to Gauge Oil Patch Stock Performance

Investors pondering their choices as oil prices continue to recover must attempt to determine which firms are the best investments. The problem is that every company management team is trying to put the best spin on their results in quarterly conference calls and investor presentations. As a result, sage investors should take a careful look at more objective measures of value and success in firms. One of the best metrics for doing that is Return on Invested Capital or ROIC. ROIC has recently become a much more popular metric on Wall Street, and that’s good for investors. ROIC can be complex to calculate, but essentially it is just a measure of how efficient a company is with respect to its

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