Stock DRIP Calculator Silver Edition HD
By Imran Beg
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Do you own stocks that pay dividends? If yes, do you know how much money you could earn if you reinvested those dividends over a period of time? How many shares will you have if you reinvested your dividends over a few years? The stock drip calculator does the calculation for you. It’s not your basic compound interest calculator it allows you to enter in variables such as share price increase, dividend increase, also dividend tax rate. A complex calculation that is made easy and simple to use.
By investing in a dividend reinvestment plan, your earnings can increase substantially.
Just input your stock dividend information and watch your cash grow over time.
Calculates your expected returns with incremental purchases from dividends issued.
-Allows input of dividend tax rate, monthly contributions, and expected increase of stock annually.
-Easy to read chart tabulates yearly calculations, so you know how much your money grows over the years. An excellent calculation tool to help in building of financial wealth.
Easy to use, fast, and efficient calculator.
What's New in Version 2.3
A nice start...
This is a good beginning for a DRIP calculator, but doesn't yet have the full functionality it needs to succeed at its task. For example, it only calculates results for quarterly dividends, not monthly ones (which quite a few companies now use).
Additionally, it would make it much more useful if it included a dividend calendar, or if it would fill in the fields automatically once the user input the ticker symbol for the stock in question. Until then, it's easier to use the default calculator app, or pencil and paper!
Right now, I would consider this a beta test. Not bad for a test, but by no means a finished or particularly useful app - merely a promising one.
Nice tool. Please add commas and dollar signs to the numerical outputs so it is easier to read.