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Thread: Dinar Calculator (your stash / RV amount / per pip)

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    Default Dinar Calculator (your stash / RV amount / per pip)

    This is a dinar calculator that shows you how much you will make depending on what it rv's at.

    It calculates every pip from 1200 down to 1 so for eg.

    If you have 1 million dinar and you want to know what you would have if it rv at 25 dinars to 1$. this will tell you.

    Also gives you how much you made on each pip.

    I only made this for myself but just though others might get some amusiment out of it.

    just enter how much you have in dinars in the yellow box, press enter and the spreadsheet will do the rest.

    This is only simple but if an excell expert wants to grab it and make it loads better with graphs and all sorts than that would simply wonderful :)
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    or you could do what I do and divide $1,000,000 by the days rate
    $1,000,000 divided by 1182 = $846.02 Each pip gets you about 72 cents per million

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    Nice..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money4Nothin' View Post
    or you could do what I do and divide $1,000,000 by the days rate
    $1,000,000 divided by 1182 = $846.02 Each pip gets you about 72 cents per million
    right now it's .72 per million per pip, but the lower it gets, the more you make per pip.

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    Thanx for sharing.
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    Thanks for the calculator...it's tough to keep scrolling to see big money. You then realize how far this has to go before ca$hing in...

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    Calculator diden't work for me but appreciate anyway.
    When i become rich im gonna buy my mommy a house...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money4Nothin' View Post
    or you could do what I do and divide $1,000,000 by the days rate
    $1,000,000 divided by 1182 = $846.02 Each pip gets you about 72 cents per million
    why is there always one?
    Iraq Dinar Calculator (your stash / RV amount / per pip)

    http://www.investorsiraq.com/showthread.php?t=92035

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    Thank you, I will use this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudutdo View Post
    why is there always one?
    What'd you develop it in? Some folks still run Win95/98 :P Some may have Vista. Others have macs! Generally the developer failed to consider all things, and all the silly things people do w/ their computers, you should know that.

    I built a similar item that does a bit more such as looking at principle after taxes per year for 30 years (if you just wanted to live off it) and a few "must have" purchases :P. Didn't publish it because I don't want to make it a generic item that will work for everyone, since I didn't really think others would care. It's a "dreaming" tool, nothing more.
    Last edited by Baello; 09-05-2008 at 06:41 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rudutdo View Post
    why is there always one?

    You know you are so right... It doesn't matter what it is or what it ain't..
    there is always someone on this forum that just hasta find fault..
    I have been a member for a couple of years and just hate to post anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonrichards View Post
    You know you are so right... It doesn't matter what it is or what it ain't..
    there is always someone on this forum that just hasta find fault..
    I have been a member for a couple of years and just hate to post anything.
    Where exactly did he find fault with the spreadsheet? He was simply offering another way to get to the same place. There may be times when we don't have the spreadsheet handy and still want to do some quick calcluations. It's not a big deal.

    Anyway, thanks OP!

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    Default - tax

    Capital Gains tax is 35% right? I added a column to give you a total after uncle sam takes their cut...


    Quote Originally Posted by rudutdo View Post
    This is a dinar calculator that shows you how much you will make depending on what it rv's at.

    It calculates every pip from 1200 down to 1 so for eg.

    If you have 1 million dinar and you want to know what you would have if it rv at 25 dinars to 1$. this will tell you.

    Also gives you how much you made on each pip.

    I only made this for myself but just though others might get some amusiment out of it.

    just enter how much you have in dinars in the yellow box, press enter and the spreadsheet will do the rest.

    This is only simple but if an excell expert wants to grab it and make it loads better with graphs and all sorts than that would simply wonderful :)
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    come on guys and gals... a calculator will do the job just fine..use that high school math that you learned.

    1,000,000 dinars
    divided by 1182 pips

    equals 846.02 U.S. dollars

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    Looks good, thanks.
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    thank you for this. what a great tool to monitor our investment. really appreciate it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman17 View Post
    come on guys and gals... a calculator will do the job just fine..use that high school math that you learned.

    1,000,000 dinars
    divided by 1182 pips

    equals 846.02 U.S. dollars
    Mailman your calculator didn't work for me. Have a Instruction manual?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rudutdo View Post
    why is there always one?
    Why is there always one what????

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonrichards View Post
    You know you are so right... It doesn't matter what it is or what it ain't..
    there is always someone on this forum that just hasta find fault..
    I have been a member for a couple of years and just hate to post anything.
    and what the hell are you talkin' about?????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian C View Post
    Where exactly did he find fault with the spreadsheet? He was simply offering another way to get to the same place. There may be times when we don't have the spreadsheet handy and still want to do some quick calcluations. It's not a big deal.

    Anyway, thanks OP!
    Thanks Ian for the support, you hit it exactly as it was meant. Obviously there are others here that aren't to quick on the trigger.

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