## How do you calculate the stock average down?

To calculate the average down the price of a stock, you will need to follow these steps:

Determine the number of stocks that you have purchased at different prices.

Add the total cost of all the shares, including any commissions or fees.

Divide the total cost of stocks by the total number of stocks to get the average price per share.

For example, let's say that you have purchased 100 shares of a stock for \$50 per share and then later purchased an additional 50 shares for \$40 per share. The cost of the first 100 shares would be 100 * \$50 = \$5000, and the cost of the second 50 shares would be 50 * \$40 = \$2000. The total cost of all the shares is \$5000 + \$2000 = \$7000. The average price per share is \$7000 / 150 shares = \$46.67 per share.

It's important to note that the average down price differs from the stock's current market price. The average down price reflects the price at which you have purchased the stock over time, while the current market price reflects the present value of the stock based on supply and demand in the market.