Texas Instruments BA II+ PRO Calculator
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- Computes NPV, IRR, MIRR
- Modified Duration Payback and Discounted Payback
- Cash-flow analysis for up to 32 uneven cash flows with up to 4-digit frequencies
- Solves Time-Value-of-Money calculations such as annuities, mortgages, leases, savings and more
- Generates amortisation schedules
- One to two variable statistics with 4 regression options: linear, logarithmic, exponential and power
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The Texas BAII Plus Professional Calculator is ideal for finance, accounting, economics, investment, statistics, and other business classes, as well as being approved for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) exam
The BAII Plus Professional Calculator has a highly professional look with a rugged, brushed metal exterior; improved display; high-quality, firm-touch keypad; black protective case; and no-slide rubber feet.
N, I/Y, PMT, PV, FV
BGN/END payment setting
Recall of financial values
Difference between two values
Cost, selling price, margin and markup
Payback, discounted payback
Bond prices and yield to call or maturity
Accrued interest, new amount
Depreciation day-count methods: 30/360, Act/Act
SL, SYD, DB DB x SL, French SL, DB
Determine days between dates
Trig. and log. Functions
Top Customer Reviews
Buttons are not very responsive which means sometimes you think you have pressed a number but it hasn't registered I guess that after some use this problem will solve itself.
The biggest problem is that the screen does not show you parenthesis etc. Thus when you input a long stream of data you have to remember what you entered instead of seeing it on screen which is a major flaw and can become a nerve breaker during an exam.
Defenitely my choice if you're a candidate for CFA.
PS: I bought 2 as allowed during the exam, you don't want to risk your calculator to have a bad day right on your exam day!
Display: Single row display that won`t display anything but the numbers you`re calculating, 2nd mode and some useless stuff
Usefullness: This is where it gets bad.
- This thing can make many usefull calculations but you`d never use it in real life as there are financial calculator apps for all smart phones and you`d use those instead of a chunky old school calculator you need to carry.
- Buttons may sometimes not record every press, noticed it specifically when I need to input quickly
- Won`t show in what mode you are and this leads to disaster results if cashflows have been used. If you don`t reset it, it will produce inaccurate results and this may cost you the exam so make sure you reset it often
- After a reset it would also clear its decimal setting, requiring another format to 9 decimal which is needed in higher maturity bonds/cashflows. This looses time on the exam.
- Very expensive for what it offers - an app costs $4-5 at max, does a better job and is always with you on your s-phone
Price/performance: Very low
It also has the net future value and discounted payback period function which the less BA Plus calculator doesn't. It might save you an extra 10-30 seconds at the exam and let's face it, you need every little edge you can get.
P.S. Those who prefer HP calc for their CFA actually enjoy pain? /discuss
I ended up disappointed by it and bought the HP 20b instead.
The latter has very useful distribution functions, it lets you lookup values for Normal, Student, and other distributions, without having to refer to tables or having to remember the usual 95% and 99% values.
It is also easier to use and the buttons feel better. The TI never felt right.
The only function I like about the TI is that it can also calculate bond Durations, so I am still keeping it for that and will use both during the exam, but if I had to choose one, it would be the HP 20b.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good calculator. Does what its supposed to. CFA exam approves. My only criticism is that the key presses aren't as responsive as I would like.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I like it , fast and accurate machine. CFA students I recommend you this productPublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
It is not ready to use.But it is good in terms of professionPublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works perfectly. However, the item I received has the display mounted askew and the plastic convex! Totally unimaginable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Iaroslav Bojenkov