Net
One Time Gains to Net Income = extraordinary profit or
loss / net income
A rising
percent in extraordinary profit / loss or prior period
adjustments indicates a deterioration in earnings
quality, which will be reflected in a lower multiplier
when determining the value of the shares.
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