Online Stock Brokerage: FMS Trade Calculation Feature

I just don’t know. Is it because I have not been trading for quite sometime or is it a new feature that just came up today. Again after going through my FirstMetroSec online brokerage account I stumbled to this new feature under the TRADING section

To tell you the truth it is like my very own Stock Computation Tool which you can find in my RESOURCES Tab. It is basically a computation tool to let you know how much will be your cash outlay or cash proceed from your buy/sell stock transaction.

A pop out window will open with two box for buying and selling transaction. Fill in the appropriate fields and press enter to calculate.

Other fields will be automatically populated/filled upon pressing enter. Though there is a “Place This Buy Order” and “Place This Sell Order” below doesn’t seem to work during offline or it is still not yet activated.

Well at least this feature will guide you in your buy or sell trades. The ability how much you are really paying or receiving gives you a clearer picture of your day-to-day trading. Yes this feature is not yet perfect(I hope FirstMetroSec will make a one pager platform like that of other online stock broker)  but at least we are seeing improvements .

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Louis Delos Angeles is a Certified Public Accountant, blogger behind Investing in Philippines, and author of Investing in Stocks: Preparing for the future small amount at a time. Check him out in Google+ Learn more about Louis and his financial freedom advocacy here.

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4 comments for “Online Stock Brokerage: FMS Trade Calculation Feature

  1. jerry
    January 23, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    bro. career na career na to, pwede ng pang consultant..tara uwi na.. he he he he

    • January 26, 2013 at 6:25 pm

      bro syempre dapat para sa pinas na tayo mamalagi at maging investors at magfocus sa mga bagay bagay na mas importante but we still need to setup funds for that.

  2. Chin Chin
    April 16, 2013 at 9:40 am

    Hi, readers! =)
    You can check Philippine Stock Exchange’s Market Education website: to learn more about investing in the Philippine stock market. Thanks!

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