Stock Profit Calculator is the first equity calculator that lets your store buy and sell calculations for quick reference. The main calculator portion is freeware. There are many great extra features that can be unlocked for a nominal fee.
Dec 26, 2011 12:03:38
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Stock Profit Calculator is the first equity calculator that lets your store buy and sell calculations for quick reference. All calculations are stored in an easy to read table that allows quick access for updates. The main calculator sections is freeware and never expires.
Stock profit Calculator is much like the online java script stock calculators you have probably used before. The biggest difference is that there is also a table that holds all of that information so you can update quickly and easily. You don't have to own the stock yet but you can keep an eye on when to get in and when to get out. With the portfolio tracker you'll be able to keep track of:
Holding or Not Holding
Target Sell Price
Amount of Shares Owned
Total Sell Price
You can also unlock the extra features for a nominal fee:
Instant Real-Time ECN Quotes
The ability to rank your stocks and keep notes on each stock
One-Click to go directly to your chosen broker's site
Four customizable Link Bars
So go ahead and try the free download, you have nothing to lose.
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