These figures are based on Alpha Vantage's historical stock data, which takes into account splits and dividends. The most recent closing price is used for the selected symbol.
How much could you have made?
Do you ever second-guess yourself for not investing in a certain stock?
It's time to find out what you could've made.
Did you choke?
Stock calculator that lets you figure out what a hypothetical investment would be worth today
Step 1: select a U.S. stock
Step 2: select a purchase date
Step 3: select the investment amount
Step 4: find out what you could've made
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How would the have done in the S&P 500 instead of ? Or in a bank account? Take a look:
Current value of a investment
Notes: The S&P 500 is used to measure the overall stock market's performance. The bank account figure is calculated using a 0.50% interest rate compounded annually.
Historical Investment Calculator
Our investment calculator lets you see how much would a hypothetical historical investment be worth today. Find out how much money you would have made by investing in Apple, Tesla, Microsoft, Google, or Amazon stock 5, 10, or 20 years ago.
How It Works
Once you select a certain stock, you need to set a hypothetical purchase date and the investment amount.
Our stock investment calculator then computes how many shares you could have purchased at the given date using historical stock data.
The result shows you the value of your shares at today’s market price. This is the amount of money you would have made if you purchased this stock on the date you selected.
Not Finding the Stock You Want?
Our historical investment calculator only supports a limited number of U.S. stocks, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
Use our investment calculator below to determine the profit or loss on any stock purchase. It will even calculate the return on investment and the break-even share price.
Using our stock return calculator is really simple. All you need to do is:
Enter the number of shares you’d like to purchase
Enter the price of the share at the date of purchase
Enter the price of the share at the date of sale
Enter the buying and selling commission fees (if applicable)
Click on the ‘Calculate’ button to estimate the rate of return on the stock.
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