Formula:

Return on Portfolio = [ ( ( R1 * W1 ) / 100 ) + ( ( R2 * W2 ) / 100 ) + ( ( R3 * W3 ) / 100 ) ]

Where,

**r1,r2,r3** = Return on Respective Assets.

**w1,w2,w3** = Weighting of the Assets.#### Related Calculator:

Return on Portfolio = [ ( ( R1 * W1 ) / 100 ) + ( ( R2 * W2 ) / 100 ) + ( ( R3 * W3 ) / 100 ) ]

Where,

R3 = H + 2 x ( Pivot - L )

R2 = Pivot + ( R1 - S1 )

R1 = 2 x Pivot - L

S1 = 2 x Pivot - H

S2 = Pivot - ( R1 - S1 )

S3 = L - 2 x ( H - Pivot )

Where,

H - Previous Days High

L - Previous Days Low

C - Previous Days Close

R - Resistances Levels

S - Supports Levels

Where,

Cash - Money or currency that can be accessed immediately (in rupees)

Accounts Receivable - Money owed to a company by providing the services (in rupees)

Short term Investments - Account in the current assets section of a company balance sheet (in rupees)

Current Liabilities - Company debts or obligations that are due within one year (in rupees)

Formula:

CR = C / CL

Where,

CR = Cash Ratio,

C = Cash,

CL = Current Liabiities.#### Related Calculator:

CR = C / CL

Where,

CR = Cash Ratio,

C = Cash,

CL = Current Liabiities.

Solvency Ratio = ( Shareholders fund * 100 ) / Total Assets

Formula:

Business Financial Insolvency ratio = Shareholders funds / loss#### Related Calculator:

Business Financial Insolvency ratio = Shareholders funds / loss

Formula:

ROCE (Return on capital employed) = ( p / ( a - l) ) * 100

Where,

p is the profit before interest,tax dividends,

a is the total assests,

l is the current liabilities,#### Related Calculator:

ROCE (Return on capital employed) = ( p / ( a - l) ) * 100

Where,

p is the profit before interest,tax dividends,

a is the total assests,

l is the current liabilities,

Formula :

Economic Order Quantity=((2 × F × D)/C)^{(1/2)}

Where,

C=Carrying cost per unit per year

F=Fixed cost per order

D=Demand in units per year#### Related Calculator:

Economic Order Quantity=((2 × F × D)/C)

Where,

C=Carrying cost per unit per year

F=Fixed cost per order

D=Demand in units per year

EFN= ΔAssets - ΔCurrent Liabilities - Earnings Retained

E[Ri] = Rf + (RM - Rf) * βi

Rf = ( R - RM * βi) / (1-βi)

E[RM] = Rf + (Ri - Rf) / βi

βi = (Ri - Rf) / (RM - Rf)

Where,

E[Ri] = Expected Return on Stock

Rf = Risk Free Rate

E[Rm] = Expected Return on the Market

βi = Beta for Stock

Formula:

UR = H - ((H-L)×percentage)

UE = H + ((H-L)×percentage)

DR = L + ((H-L)×percentage)

DE = L - ((H-L)×percentage)

Where,

H = High Range

L = Low Range

UR = Uptrend Retracement

UE = Uptrend Extention

DR = Downtrend Retracement

DE = Downtrend Extention#### Related Calculator:

UR = H - ((H-L)×percentage)

UE = H + ((H-L)×percentage)

DR = L + ((H-L)×percentage)

DE = L - ((H-L)×percentage)

Where,

H = High Range

L = Low Range

UR = Uptrend Retracement

UE = Uptrend Extention

DR = Downtrend Retracement

DE = Downtrend Extention

Where,

CR = Capitalization Rate

NOI = Net Operating Income

V = Value or Cost

Where,

MAGI = Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)

AGI = Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)

NT = Non-Taxable Social Security Benefits

TI = Tax-Exempt Interest

FI = Excluded Foreign Income

AGI : As defined by the IRS, AGI is Gross income minus adjustments to income

NT : Social security benefits not included in gross income

TI : Interest income that is not subject to federal income tax

FI : Foreign earned income excluded from taxation of individuals who live in abroad

Where,

C = Fixed Costs

O = Operating Cash Flow

P = Price Per Unit

V = Variable Cost Per Unit

Where,

C = Fixed Costs

D = Depreciation

P = Price Per Unit

V = Variable Cost Per Unit

Where,

I

I

Where,

ROA = Return on Asset

r = Retention Ratio

Where,

d = Doubling Time

r = Constant Growth Rate

Where,

p

p

q

Where,

r = Retention Ratio

n = Net Income

d = Dividends

Where,

r = Retention Ratio

p = Payout Ratio

S = (G - 3500) × (C / 100)

Where,

E = Contribution Amount for Employee, Employer

S = Contribution Amount for Self-Employed

G = Gross Revenue 2017

R = Contribution Rate Employee, Employer

C = Contribution Rate Self-Employed

Total Benefits =

Discounted Costs =

Discounted Benefits =

Benefit/Cost Ratio = Discounted Benefits / Discounted Costs

Where,

dr = Discount Rate

c = Number of Years

dc = Direct Cost

idc = Indirect Cost

db = Direct Benefits

idb = Indirect Benefits

Where,

R = Current Ratio

L = Current Liabilties

A = Current Assets