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The ratio of operating cash flow to net income is least likely to indicate low quality of earnings when it is:

A highly variable.

A ratio that is highly variable, but consistently greater than one, is not necessarily indicative of low-quality earnings. Operating cash flow that is less than net income (ratio less than one) or declining over time may indicate low quality earnings from aggressive accounting or accounting irregularities.

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