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Trading Calculator

Philippine Stock Exchange
No. of Shares Buy
Price
Average Price Amount to Pay Sell
Price
Final Value Net Profit % Profit



Details of charges when buying
Buy Gross Amount
Buy Charges Commission                  
Value Added Tax (VAT)
Philippine Stock Exchange Transaction Fee (PSE Trans Fee)
Securities Clearing Corporation of The Philippines Fee (SCCP)
Total Amount to Pay

Details of charges when selling
Stock Gross Value
Sell Charges Commission                  
Value Added Tax (VAT)
Philippine Stock Exchange Transaction Fee (PSE Trans Fee)
Securities Clearing Corporation of The Philippines Fee (SCCP)
Sales Tax
Final Market Value

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This trading calculator can be used to compute the overall charges when buying and selling stocks. It comes in handy when you want to quickly calculate the profit/loss that you will incur when you do a transaction. It is very useful to plan your trade, prepare necessary cutloss, and/or foresee future gains.

Who can use this trading calculator?

The tool can be used by any investor/trader who trades stocks in the Philippine Stock Market under various brokerage firms such as: COL Financial, BPI Trade, and many other stock brokerage firms in the Philippines.

How to use the tool?

1. Enter the number of shares that you want to buy and/or sell.
2. Enter the bid/buy price or the price per share of the stock you want to buy (or already bought).
3. Enter the ask price or the amount you are willing to sell the stock for.
4. Hit the 'Calculate' button

How the prices are calculated?

The following are the charges for buying and selling stocks:

Broker's commission = 0.25% of the gross trade amount
Value Added Tax (VAT) = 0.03% of the gross trade amount (calculated as 12% of the commission)
PSE Transaction Fee = 0.005% of the gross trade amount
SCCP Fee = 0.01% of the gross trade amount

When selling stocks:
You need to pay the same charges above + Sales Tax
Sales Tax = 0.5% of the gross trade amount

Note: The minimum charge for the commission fee is Php 20.
Tip: When you buy/sell stocks, try to do transactions of at least Php 8000 (because 0.25% of 8000 = Php 20). If you trade an amount less than Php 8000, you still have to pay the fixed minimum commission fee of Php 20.

 

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  • Aaron P

    Ang galing nito bro! I always use your trading calculator everytime I buy or sell stocks. Simple and accurate. Thank you!

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  • Rea Marges

    Wow! I've got an accurate result. This is a very reliable tool when trading. I hope to receive more educational information from you in my email. Thanks a lot for sharing your expertise. God bless you more.

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  • styles

    best!

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  • BomBitz

    Thank you. I'm glad you like it :)

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  • Jose

    Hi,

    Sa COL trade>portfolio ba, yung percentage gain ba dun, computed na din yung COL buy/sell fees? thanks!

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  • BomBitz

    Hi Jose, thanks for dropping by. Yes, the gains/losses you see in your COL portfolio already include the buy/sell fees. Therefore, the computed amounts should match what you get in this tool. Hope this helps. If you have further questions, let me know.

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  • Mjay B

    Question:

    1. I bought stocks at 20 for 100 shares
    2. After a month, I bought another 200 shares at 30.
    3. I plan to sell the first 100 shares at 35, is this possible in COL?

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  • BomBitz

    Hi Mjay, definitely yes. You will eventually have 300 shares in total. You can then sell a part or all of it at different prices at different times. Hope this answers your question.

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  • Mjay

    Hi,

    I think I wasn't clear in my question. How do you sell only the first 100 shares that I bought at 20? I want to retain the 200 shares I bought at 30. The lot to be sold is the first 100 - how do I make sure that this portion will get it form that and not on the 200 shares I bought at 30?

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  • BomBitz

    I get you know. Think about it this way. You bought a gold last week and another one today ( at different prices). You put them in a box. Then you decided to sell one. It actually doesn't matter which one you pick because they are identical. What matters is the price you are going to sell it at.

    But I understand you want to keep track of your transactions and possible profit. So If im going to sell my shares, I sell the same volumes the way I bought them. For ex, I sell the first 100 shares at P25 and another transaction for 200 shares at P35. In this case, I know how much profit I made for each transaction.

    See my post here:
    http://bombitz.com/blog/how-i-gained-profit-using-basic-fundamental-and-technical-analysis-cosco.html

    Unfortunately, this is not reflected in your COL portfolio as all shares are combined together. So it only shows you the overall average price.

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  • Jayson Castillo

    Sir why don't you make a Mobile Application for this, it would be helpful for us investors and traders.

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  • BomBitz

    Hi Jayson, thanks for your suggestion. I will definitely consider that for future development.

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  • Mark

    You can download Monistocks App in Play Store.
    may calculator and live stocks monitoring din.
    It's very useful app for trader and investor.

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  • singkit24

    sir di na po ata updated itong calculator tanong lng :)

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  • BomBitz

    Thanks for dropping by. The formulas used in this trading calculator are still up-to-date and in accordance to the ones used by major brokerages in the Philippines.

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  • Joedel

    Ang ganda nang stock calculator na ito.
    Kapakipakinabang talaga kung bibili o magbebenta ka nang stock.

    Salamat dito Sir BomBitz. (y)

    Medyo may slight difference lang sila sa result nang BDO Nomura.
    Dito ko rin nalaman na medyo mahal nang kunti ang fees nang Nomura nang ilang sentimo.

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  • BomBitz

    You're welcome. I'm glad you find this tool useful. Happy trading.

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  • Joedel

    Hi sir BomBitz

    Pwede po bang malaman ang formula kung paano kinwenta ang % Profit at Average Price?

    Gumagawa po kasi ako nang calculator version sa BDO Nomura na fees sa excel.
    Kaya ako gumawa ng calculator para maka pag compute ako nang trading fees sakaling wala akong internet. Offline kung baga. Mahina kasi ang signal dito laging putol2x.

    Salamat po.

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  • pinoystocks

    % profit formula:
    [(total price sold-total price bought)/total price bought] x 100
    sample:
    =(18000-17000)/17000
    =0.0588 x 100
    =5.88%

    Average price formula:
    total price paid/total number of shares

    sample:
    =10000/5000
    =2

    sample calculations above are for illustration purposes only, use the stock market calculator by sir bombitz to get the actual total cost with fees (like total cost amount paid and total cost amount or final value when sold)

    hope it helps

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  • Joedel

    Thanks sir pinoystocks.
    Cheers!

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  • Danilo Viluan

    Sir, pwedeng makahinge ng Trading Calculator format. I'm still newbie in stocks investment. I hope this Tools can help me a lot to widen my financial knowledge. Thank you so much and GOD BLESS.

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  • BomBitz

    Hi Danilo. Congratulations for taking the leap to financial independence. Welcome to the world of investing. By the way, I wonder what you mean by Trading Calculator format?

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  • ion

    ok pala to very very helpful.. Im looking for calculation for average down formula para malaman ko kung magkano or ilang share ang dapat kung bilhin para mag close sa market price.

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  • Edmond

    Do you have excel version for this sir?Thanks

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  • BomBitz

    Hi Edmond, I only have it here. I haven't created an excel version of this tool. Cheers, Bombitz.

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  • Wilbert

    Neat and Nice!

    Thank you.

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  • BomBitz

    Thanks Wilbert!

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  • Ulysses Garcia

    Sir you did a good job. Why dont you try to have a stock calculator considering the cost averaging method.

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  • brando

    Hi Bombits,

    thanks a lot i have made an excel from the formula in this site. you are a big help.

    Brando

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  • CHOY

    Bumili ko a month ago ng stock at price around 0.5 w/ 20K shares pero nag downtrend un stock, then I decide bumili uli on the same company a week ago at price of 0.4 w/ 20K shares. Tanong ko lang sana kung ibebenta ko ba un nabili ko na 0.4 w/ 20K shares to price of 0.45 (904 gain) automatic ba un kikita ko or madidivert un iba computation sa dati ko binili @ 0.5(1101 loss) na price?

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  • pinoystocks

    kung personal na monitoring mo ang susundin mo gain ka sa Php904 , pero kung ibabase mo sa broker mo ilalabas nila sa ledger mo negative gain ng Php98 dahil ang computation ng broker mo hindi nila hahanapin yung nabili mo na 20k na mas mababang presyo na 0.40 kundi via average lahat gagawin (total amount paid/total of shares)saka nila imumultiply sa number of shares na ibebenta mo

    sample:
    20k shares @0.50=Php10,029.50
    20k shares @0.40=Php8023.60

    ave price=(10029.50+8023.60)/40k
    =0.45133

    ngayon magbebenta ka 20k shares @0.45=Php8,928.45 eto babalik sayo

    kaso ang computation ni broker ganito

    ave price x shares
    0.45133 x 20k=Php9,026.55

    ngayon ung nabenta mo Php8,928.45 - Php9,026.55= -Php98.10 (lalabas sa monthly ledger or history)

    kaya ung remaining na 20k shares dapat mabenta mo minimum 0.47 para may matira pading Php200+ gain dahil kung hindi mauubos lang ung Php904 gain mo sa una mong benta dahil ung average price mo nasa 0.451 per share

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  • Ulysses Garcia

    Its a good job. Why dont you try to have a stock calculator considering the cost averaging method

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