Showing posts with label Calculator. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Calculator. Show all posts

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Dividend Yield Calculator
























How to Use the Calculator:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and proceed.
  2. Please Wait for the calculator/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please study the post/ article "What is Dividend Yield?for proper prior understanding.
  4. Please enter your values for 'Current Market Price (CMP)' and 'Dividend Per Share'.
  5. Please input your values only in the designated cells (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  6. To clear the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  7. This dividend yield calculator is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.



Saturday, March 25, 2017

Price to Earnings (PE) Ratio Calculator


Picture shows a calculator a few coins and a text box depicting the caption  "Price to Earnings Ratio calculator". The picture is in bright crimson red.


How to Use the Calculator:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and proceed.
  2. Please Wait for the calculator/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please study the post/ article Price to Earnings (PE) Ratio for proper prior understanding.
  4. Please enter your values for current market price (CMP) and earnings per share (EPS).
  5. Please input your values only in the designated cells (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  6. To clear the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  7. This price to earnings (PE) ratio calculator is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.



Monday, March 20, 2017

Earnings Per Share (EPS) Calculator

Picture shows happy boy, a calculator, a sac of dollars

How to Use the Calculator:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and proceed.
  2. Please Wait for the calculator/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please study the post/ article Earnings Per Share (EPS) for proper prior understanding.
  4. Please enter your values for net profit, equity capital and face value per share.
  5. Please input your values only in the designated cells (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  6. To clear the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  7. This current ratio calculator is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.



Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Total Outside Liabilities to Tangible Net Worth Calculator

Picture of calculator a few coins and text to portray the concept of Total Outside Liabilities to Tangible Net Worth Ratio
How to Use the Calculator:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and proceed.
  2. Please Wait for the game/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please study the post/ article Total Outside Liabilities to Tangible Net Worth (TOL/ TNW) Formula for proper prior understanding.
  4. Please enter your values for loan amount, rate of interest and the loan period in years..
  5. Please input your values only in the designated cells (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  6. To clear the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  7. This current ratio calculator is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.



Sunday, March 12, 2017

Loan EMI Calculator

Picture shows concept of EMI Calculator
How to Use the Calculator:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and proceed.
  2. Please Wait for the game/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please enter your values for loan amount, rate of interest and the loan period in years..
  4. Please input your values only in the designated cells (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  5. To clear the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  6. This current ratio calculator is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.

Current Ratio Calculator

Picture shows current, currency and calculator as a concept

How to Use the Calculator:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and proceed.
  2. Please Wait for the game/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please enter your values for current assets and liabilities.
  4. Please input your values only in the designated cells (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  5. To clear the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  6. This current ratio calculator is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.


Saturday, March 11, 2017

Future Value of Single Lump sum Investment Calculator

Picture shows concept of future value of single lump sum investment


How to Calculate:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and calculate.
  2. Please Wait for the game/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please enter your values of period of investment (in years) and monthly SIP amount by overwriting (typing) the existing contents. We have filled This calculator with indicative numbers as guidance.
  4. Please input your answer only in the designated cell (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  5. To restore the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  6. This future value investment calculator for your monthly SIP is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.


Friday, March 10, 2017

Future Value of Investments Calculator

Picture Depicts Concept of Calculation of Future Value of Investments
 How to Calculate:
  1. If you are in the 'Home' page, please Click on the post title to enter the 'Post Page' and calculate.
  2. Please Wait for the game/ excel sheet to load - it may take a minute depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  3. Please enter your values of period of investment (in years) and monthly SIP amount by overwriting (typing) the existing contents. We have filled This calculator with indicative numbers as guidance.
  4. Please input your answer only in the designated cell (filled with yellow) in the excel sheet. All other cells are protected and are not intended to be altered.
  5. To restore the contents of the designated cells please refresh the page.
  6. This future value investment calculator for your monthly SIP is currency neutral - that is it can be used for any currency.

Calculator:

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Price to Book Value Ratio Calculator

Happy Investor Frog Explains Price to Book Value Calculation
Happy Investor Frog Explains Price to Book Value Calculation


Meaning/ Definition:

‘Price to Book Value (P2BV)’ is a measure of the number of times the book value of a share is trading at in the stock market. The ratio or proportion is obtained by dividing the ‘Current Market Price (CMP)’ of the share by its book value.


Significance:

Price to Book Value is the second most important metric in determining the fair price of a share, the first being ‘Price to Earnings (PE) Ratio. If the price is less than the book value it is a good bargain. Maximum recommended is 1.5 times, beyond which the price is not fair or reasonable.

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