Calculating for Your Retirement in Wolfram|Alpha
We like to demonstrate ways Wolfram|Alpha can be a helpful tool for everyone. Today we’d like to share a cool feature Wolfram|Alpha users are talking about on the web. The Retirement Savior blog posted an item on Wolfram|Alpha describing how it can be used to calculate your retirement investments.
Wolfram|Alpha’s investment-returns calculator prompts you to describe your current investment strategy. Once you submit your query, Wolfram|Alpha will provide you with a number of results such as a linear chart depicting investment value projection scenarios, pie charts of resource allocation, a bar graph that allows you to easily compare the distribution of ages at which the account balance would reach zero, and a table displaying projections of your portfolio’s value at various ages.
Click the image below to explore the investment-returns calculator for yourself:
Wolfram|Alpha features a number of tools that come in handy for personal and professional finance. The investment-returns calculator is just one example. To explore further, please visit our money and finance examples.