Easily analyze the performance of any investment to maximize returns. Compare and forecast investment performance, determine net worth and income streams, identify buy / sell indicators, make informed investment and retirement planning decisions.
Investment Analysis Software provides the capacity to easily analyze the performance of any investment. It applies basic input variables to build an investment analysis by year. Investment
performance is converted to equivalent current year values enabling the actual investment performance to be determined. Applying this approach allows comparisons to be made between different investment types. It also provides an effective means of projecting investment performance and determining the results of different investment mixes. By developing forecast projections it is possible to identify when investment performance spikes or dips. This acts as a strong buy / sell indicator. By following a sell at the spikes and buy at the dips strategy overall return can be enhanced. Investment Analysis Software allows you to determine the apparent and actual return achieved by an investment over time; project the value of investments in future and current equivalent terms; apply what if scenarios to test the impact of investment decisions; compare the performance of alternative investments; consider the impact of taxation on investments; build a portfolio of investments for ongoing analysis and plot investment parameters over time; improve investment buy / sell / hold decisions; easily establish an investment plan with set performance goals; and identify when investment performance varies from projected goals and take actions accordingly. Analysis and comparison of all investment types and combinations is available including equity / share investments; property / real estate investments; cash investments. The ability to consider all investment types allows the performance of each investment to be assessed, forecast, monitored and reviewed. This enables informed buy / sell / hold decisions to be made. Software and supporting documentation are not investment advice and as with all forecasting methodologies the results are only as good as the input provided.