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Forex All in One
7 day(s) ago
$9.99 -> $49.99
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All in one Forex guide for beginners and novice traders. To be as fast and efficient as possible, you’ll have everything you need to make quick decisions, all within one app. Features:- Videos for beginners, trading basics. Updated on-chart technical and Fundamental Analysis. Chart Patterns, copy trading reviews, live TV, Live economic news feed. Include daily & weekly trading signals.

Ver 2.2
Stock Target Calculator Pro
7 day(s) ago
$2.99 -> $1.99
Based on 15 reviews. (15 reviews)
*****ON SALE FOR A LIMITED TIME FOR $1.99 FROM $4.99***** Stock Target Calculator Pro is the investing tool for every investor! -Calculate profits & projections -Calculate tax burden -Calculate average price per share for multiple lots -(NEW) Calculate exit points for expected profit Profit & loss calculations have never been easier. Simply enter entry and exit points to calculate profits or losses. With the Tax Calculator, tax expenses on profits can be calculated to find NET PROFIT! Making a decision to purchase more shares of a company can be difficult. But with Stock Target Calculator Pro you can make a more informed decision by calculating what your expected average price per share would be prior to adding to a position. New!! Sell Calculator helps you find exit points. Just input expected profit and find your exit price. Stock market calculations have never been simpler. Stock Target Calculator PRO is compatible with trading stocks, ETFs, or mutual funds in the Dow Jones, S&P 500, Nasdaq, and more. Use Stock Target Calculator in combination with Robinhood, TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, Merrill Lynch, Etrade, Scottrade, and Acorn. Brokerage charges and fees provided by the user. Calculations are rounded to the nearest decimal point and cannot be guaranteed.