DQYDJ – Finance And Investing Tools, Calculators, Research
In 2019, the average American household held $75,968.96 in mortgage debt, home equity loans, and HELOCs with balances secured by their primary residence.
Actived: Tuesday Feb 23, 2021
Treasury Return Calculator, With Coupon Reinvestment
The 10-Year Treasury Return Calculator (With Inflation Adjustment and Coupon Payment Reinvestment) One issue you run into a lot when you are discussing optimal savings strategies is the inability to produce a fair comparison (or, at least, not pay someone for one) - especially when it comes to bonds and treasuries. In the case of the 10-Year Treasury, investors will eyeball a chart of historic
Bond Yield to Call (YTC) Calculator - DQYDJ
Yield to Call Calculator Inputs. Current Bond Trading Price ($) - The trading price of the bond today. Bond Face Value/Par Value ($) - The face value of the bond, also known as par value. Price to Call ($) - Generally, callable bonds can only be called at some premium to par value. If there is a premium, enter the price to call the bond in this field.; Years to Call - The numbers of years
Bond Price Calculator – Present Value of Future Cashflows
Using the Bond Price Calculator Inputs to the Bond Value Tool. Bond Face Value/Par Value - Par or face value is the amount a bondholder will get back when a bond matures.; Annual Coupon Rate - The annual coupon rate is the posted interest rate on the bond. In reverse, this is the amount the bond pays per year divided by the par value.
How Can You Avoid Lifestyle Creep and Inflation? - DQYDJ
Given that I am aware of my spending, I have decided it is not worth my time to cut coupons. It is not worth an extra $9/month to cut my Netflix subscription. It is not worth the extra $20/month to downgrade my internet service (I like video games).
Pizza Size Comparison Calculator: Pie Value, Compared
On this page is a round pizza size comparison calculator or pizza value calculator.Enter the diameter in inches of two pizzas along with their prices, and we will tell you the cost per area of both pizzas so you can get the most food for your dollar.
Bond Convexity Calculator: Estimate a Bond's Yield
On this page is a bond convexity calculator.It will compute a bond's convexity as the second derivative of the bond's price in relation to the interest rate. Optionally, it will show the price and yield relationship estimate from duration and convexity.
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On this page is a bond yield to maturity calculator, to automatically calculate the internal rate of return (IRR) earned on a certain bond. This calculator automatically assumes an investor holds to maturity, reinvests coupons, and all payments and coupons will be paid on time. The page also includes the approximate yield to maturity formula, […]
The TotallyMoney Carnival "I Read All The Submissions" Edition
Hello regular readers and folks new to the site, and welcome to the "I Read All The Submissions" edition of the TotallyMoney Carnival! This is the first time I've ever hosted a blog carnival, pretty funny since we're going on 3 years now (just a few days time). I've gathered that it's proper to give yourself a brief shout-out, so if you like charts, graphs, numbers, and enlightened discussion?