Our brokerage calculator is extremely helpful to find out what your break-even point on any trade should be and how much you can ear on your trades.
The margin calculator can be used to figure out exactly how much money you need to maintain a portfolio of Equities, Futures, Options, Currency Derivatives and Commodities.
This calculator can be used to find out how much your total investment in a mutual fund will be worth at the end of a specified period, for a given rate of return. You can also use this calculator to determine how much you should invest to reach a target amount at the end of a specified period.
Our SIP calculator helps you to estimate your returns for a specific SIP amount at a given interest rate at the end of a specified period. You can also use this calculator to determine how much you should invest every month to reach a target amount at the end of a specified period.
NPV or the net present value is an important tool that shows the difference between the present value of future cash flows and the current investment. We derive the present value of expected cash flows by discounting them at a specified rate of return. NPV is a widely used cash-budgeting method for assessing projects and investments.
A key factor that guides one’s investments is the future value of the investment. But a key challenge most people face is this: How to evaluate the future value of one’s investments? This is an important question as it provides some clarity about one’s financial situation in the future, which in turn can help one to make more informed decisions.