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Once you download the excel spreadsheet, you’ll see the analysis sheet when you open it. It is named “dividend calcs“. The sheet has option to change the “current investment” amount and “additional investment” you’d want to add for analysis. Remaining balance shows the cash available to trade. Update/revise/ populate the stocks information (ticker symbol, no of shares, price, dividend per share and dividend type). All other information are updated automatic.
The “cumulative cash In”, “Monthly Deduction” and “Monthly cash Balance” are the information you’d want to review while updating the stock information based on the cashflow you desire.
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