Dividend Income ROI Calculator

    Enter the number of shares, number of years as well as the other fields.


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    Number Of Shares: 100
    Number Of Years: 15
    Stock Price: $40.00
    Stock Price Growth Rate: 7.00%
    Dividend Yield: 2.00%
    Dividend Yield Growth Rate: 5.00%
    Initial Investment: $4,000.00

    YearInvestment + 7%/YearDividend 2.00% + 5.00%/YearTotal
    1$4,000 + $280$80$4,360
    2$4,360 + $305$92$4,757
    3$4,757 + $333$105$5,195
    4$5,195 + $364$120$5,679
    5$5,679 + $397$138$6,214
    6$6,214 + $435$159$6,808
    7$6,808 + $477$182$7,467
    8$7,467 + $523$210$8,199
    9$8,199 + $574$242$9,016
    10$9,016 + $631$280$9,927
    11$9,927 + $695$323$10,945
    12$10,945 + $766$374$12,085
    13$12,085 + $846$434$13,365
    14$13,365 + $936$504$14,805
    15$14,805 + $1,036$586$16,428

    Total 15 Year Profit: $12,428
    Total 15 Year Return: 310.69%



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