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XRP Profit Calculator


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16 hours ago, Sharkey said:

I really appreciate your time and efforts.  However, I entered some hypothetical figures into the "profit planner" calculator, and indicated a hypothetical plan to see 50%, but the calculator yielded a total of a 100% sell.  Unless I'm totally misunderstanding, there's an error at this point.  

Thanks! 

 

Hi Sharkey,

You are right, there was a bug but now is resolved, sorry about that.

Regards

Riccardo

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50 minutes ago, Riccardo8891 said:

Hi Sharkey,

You are right, there was a bug but now is resolved, sorry about that.

Regards

Riccardo

Nice idea and implementation on the planner.  May I suggest that the ability to remove a card (say, if it’s incorrectly completed) would be a good thing?  An X at top right?

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2 hours ago, Julian_Williams said:

I just looked again at the site - it is so much improved!  It really works intuitively 

Love the planner.  This is really a useful tool - just what people need to plan their exit strategy

One last request - could the planner perhaps add up the columns and give a grand total for the investment

congratulations - show it to some of the video channels like crypto eri.  Maybe they will advertise it 

It can also be used for any crypto - not just XRP

Hi Julian,

New featured added as requested.

Let me know if that works as you intended.

 

Thanks

Riccardo

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11 minutes ago, stuffie said:

Is this correct?

 

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Hi Stuffie,

Yes that is correct.

That is not the profit or loss but the balance remaining after the price has reached your future price input.

On 50000 units that you hold and bought at $0.3 for a total of $15000 at the time of purchase, you will be left with $500 if the price goes down to 0.01.

 

Hope this helped.

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51 minutes ago, Riccardo8891 said:

Hi Stuffie,

Yes that is correct.

That is not the profit or loss but the balance remaining after the price has reached your future price input.

On 50000 units that you hold and bought at $0.3 for a total of $15000 at the time of purchase, you will be left with $500 if the price goes down to 0.01.

 

Hope this helped.

Sorry, I misunderstood it. Thought it was profit/loss. Thanks for explanation.

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