Where exactly do I find the “ten year equity growth rate” ? Is it always called that?

Could someone post screenshots (with arrows, circles, etc) pointing to EXACTLY where these values are on the various MSN/Yahoo pages? This would be the Holy Grail!

You don’t need to have Excel to calculate the rate of return. Windows calculator comes with a Scientific View (View –> Scientific) that will give you a X^Y key. Simply type in “[interest rate] [X^Y] [years].” Excel certainly has it’s place, but it’s kind of overkill for one quick calculation.

]]>I ran into your web site a number of weeks ago and I must say that I find it very interesting.

This article about calculating the “Sticker Price” reminded me of an online shareable spreadsheet that you might be interested in using called InstaCalc.

You could create a simple spreadhseet for calculating the sticker price and post it here.

Here is a good example:

http://instacalc.com/blog/instacalc-example-youtube-analysis

I am not affilated with Instacalc in any way.

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