@Mammmood - I am struck by the term “net cash per share.” While I understand it, I think it’s the same thing in the investment world as “earnings per share,” which seems to be the more common term.
It’s an important metric and one that I paid attention to as an investor. Another figure that I referred to was the price to earnings ratio, but again that is affected by the earnings per share.
I was a value investor so I wanted to find companies that had good price to earnings ratios along with strong earnings per share. Those were the companies likely to remain strong over the long haul, in my opinion, and were not overvalued.