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Balance Sheet: we made $6.8 billion of adjustments to calculate invested capital with a net decrease of $4.1 billion. The most notable accounting distortion to reported net assets for LRCX in 2018 is $417 million due to asset write-downs, which is 4% of reported net assets. See all adjustments to LRCX’s balance sheet here.

Valuation: we made $5.6 billion of adjustments with a net effect of increasing shareholder value by $1.3 billion. The largest adjustment to shareholder value was $3.4 billion in excess cash. This adjustment represents 13% of LRCX’s market value.

[1] Harvard Business School features the powerful impact of our research automation technology in the case New Constructs: Disrupting Fundamental Analysis with Robo-Analysts.

[2] Ernst & Young’s recent white paper “Getting ROIC Right” proves the superiority of our holdings research and analytics.

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