StockMonkey provides an easy way for users to quickly analyze their investments. Its simple calculator approach makes it suitable for nearly any type of investor who wants help knowing when to buy and sell.
This free program is not much to look at, with a very basic, no-frills interface. But by sacrificing a sleek look, it digs deep into the details and provides users with a clearer picture of their stocks. Compared with other free stock calculators, this one has a much larger number of variables, which means your projection should be more accurate. Users can simply input their purchase price, selling prices, and number of units purchased for a quick glance at their results. However, Stock Monkey also gives the option to change their prefilled variables such as commission, PTM Levy, Stamp Duty, and more. The calculated presentation provides a look at the break-even price, net profit, profit margin, interest, commission paid, and more. With all these factors onhand, making sound investments could be a little less confusing.
StockMonkey forgoes any unnecessary extras, but this flexible calculator can be used by those needing guidance for their investment portfolios.
The StockMonkey share calculator will make investment decisions a snap. Simply input your current trading conditions (broker commission rates and optional fees such as stamp duty and ptm), input the number of units purchased and initial and final price at which you will trade and the StockMonkey will calculate all variables for you. All you have to do is decide whether or not to buy or sell your shares. Features include: 1. An easy to understand layout. 2. Flexibility - StockMonkey can handle the most common trading conditions for buying and selling stocks. 3. StockMonkey quickly calculates important statistics saving you hours of work. Ideal for active day-traders to those who only dabble on the stock market occasionally. StockMonkey levels the field between the average home investor and the professional stockbroker and it's completely free. This version includes added support for marginal purchasing.