# How does the stock average calculator predict Profit?

Stock Average Calculator does not predict future profit or loss. The performance of any stock in the market purely depends on the historical scenario and statistical data. Stock Average Calculator can calculate the possible stock profit or loss using cost basis but it can’t predict the future profits.

**How to calculate the average stock return?**

To calculate the Average Stock Return of the stock investment, you must know the average annual profit of the stock and divide it by the initial investment.

The ASR (Average Stock Return) formula is described below:

**Average Stock Return = Average Annual Profit (Total Profit/Number of Years) / Cost of Investment**

You’ll get the exact Average stock return by putting in the accurate values. This can be converted into a decimal figure by multiplying it by 100 to create a percentage.

**Average Stock Return = Average Annual Profit (Total Profit/Number of Years) / Cost of Investment x 100**

**How to calculate average stockholders’ equity?**

Average shareholders’ equity equals the sum of the beginning and end values of the equity of the owner investor, divided by 2. The value of shareholders’ equity is readily available on the annual balance sheet reported at the end of each year. However, this figure simply refers to the end value of equity.

**Avg. Shareholder’s Equity = (Beginning Equity – Ending Equity) / 2**

In order to obtain the beginning equity value, have a look at the stakeholder’s equity figures reported last year. In actuality, the ending value of each last year is counted as the beginning value of the current/upcoming year.

**How to calculate the average stock price after selling?**

Keep a record of all the selling prices in an Excel sheet on the computer. Divide the total amount involved in selling the stock by the total number of shares/stocks sold to get the average stock price after selling.

**Avg. Stock Price after Selling = Total Stocks Selling Amount / Total no. of Stocks**

**For example**, if you sold 3 stocks of $20, $15, and $10 respectively at different intervals of time, then the average stock price will be calculated as;

**Avg. Selling Stock Price = p1+p2+p3 / n**

Where;

**n = Total number of stocks which is 3**

**p1 = Selling price of 1st stock = $20 USD**

**p2 = Selling price of 2nd stock = $15 USD**

**p3 = Selling price of 3rd stock = $10 USD**

After putting the values in the above formula we get;

**Avg. Selling Stock Price = 20 + 15 + 10 / 3**

**Avg. Selling Stock Price = $15 USD**

Hence, **$15 USD** will be the Average Stock Price of the three stocks after selling at different prices at different time intervals.

**Can I use this stock market average calculator in any country?**

Stock Average Calculator is an online virtual calculator that can be accessed from any region of the world and can be used hassle-free by the residents of any country of the world. You can use the Stock Average Calculator in the United States, Canada, France, the United Kingdom, Australia, Pakistan, India, and many more.