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November 11, 2005

Do you keep track of the individual share prices of the various investments in your portfolio? Do you know how much a change in the price per share of stock that you own will change the total value of your investment?

Only you can answer the first question, but Political Calculations(TM) is here to help you answer the second one. The following tool may be used to quickly determine the change in the total value of your investment given the number of shares you own and the change in the price per share of your stock.

Enter the appropriate data in the table below, and click "Calculate" for your results (to track a negative change, enter the price per share or change in value amount as a negative number):

Shares Owned and Change in Price per Share
Input Data Values
Number of Shares Owned
Change in the Price per Share (P/S) of the Investment (\$USD)

Change in Value of Investment
Calculated Results Values
Change in the Total Value of the Shares Owned (\$USD)

Please note that the change in value calculated above is a raw value that does not take any commissions, charges or fees into account that may reduce your actual return from your investment into account.

But wait a minute! What if you want to see what to do the math this tool does in reverse? Well, we can do that too! Enter the number of shares and the change in the total value of the stock you own in the table below, and we'll figure out the change in the price per share that goes along with it:

Shares Owned and Amount of Change in Investment Value
Input Data Values
Number of Shares Owned
Change in the Total Value of the Shares Owned (\$USD)

Change in Price per Share
Calculated Results Values
Change in the Price per Share (P/S) of the Investment (\$USD)

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