Summary: I've owned this calculator for over 10 years. I used this during my finance years in mortgages. It is extremely easy to learn and easy to use. I don't know why they ever replaced it, but I haven't found one better. My last one lasted me 10 years, which is not bad for electronics. I hope this one lasts me another 10 years.
Summary: this calculator is the only kind that i'll use. It's easy to use and has a manuel this is also user friendly. From mortgage calculations to mathmatical computations this calculator does it all. Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: This Sharp calculator is no longer in production. It has been replaced by their EL-738C, which is NOT as good a calculator as the 733A! Isn't that always the case?! Having taught business classes at the university level for over 25 years I can unequivicably recommend the 733A as the BEST financial calculator available. I have had to throw away so many TI calculators I have lost count, besides, their internal menu is convoluted and difficult to master.
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Summary: This is the financial calculator that I learnt on at varsity. It is brilliant for calculating amortisation table as well as present and future values, net present values, internal rate of return etc. However if you have used an HP calculator before, the Sharp could be tricky as the calculations are entered in a different order... I guess what I mean to say is stick to the make that you know!
Summary: I love this calculator. You can open it and begin using it right away without needing a manual to pre-program it. I found this calculator through the recommendation of one of my professors. Unfortunately, it looks like Sharp has decided to replace this model and I do not care for their replacement.