I want a software program (simulator) designed that I can market to stock investors.
It will advise the investor WHEN to buy additional shares in their margin account.
Business objective of the program:
. Having identified a consistent long growth stock, grow the portfolio exponentially using margin lending
. Identify to the investor when he/she should buy additional shares to get the best long-term growth (tradeoff here is the trade commission)
eg if the trade commission is $65, is it better to buy 2 shares or wait until equity and buying power increases to buy say 5 shares. Which scenario will give the better long-term growth?
System objectives of the program:
. Cater for input of Variables:-
.Margin lending percentage eg 50% (not sure if this variable is needed - it is a factor in 'buying power')
.Current number of shares held in the margin account
.Current Stock price
.Average weekly % increase in stock price
.Buying power (as calculated by the margin account provider)
. Graphically show 'what if' growth projections at quarterly (for rest of year) and annual intervals up to 5 years
A lesser objective is to advise on potential margin calls. eg "If the market drops x%, then portfolio value will drop to
y% which will give a lending ratio of z%"
This project would suit a programmer who has an interest in investing in the stock market.
Please look up definitions for 'buying power' etc on the [url removed, login to view] google 'buying-power margin pershing'.
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