Stock Management

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by carfac, Oct 29, 2006.

  1. carfac macrumors 65816

    carfac

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    Hi All!

    Still getting through the switcher blues... I am trying to find a good Mac version of Personal Stock Manager Gold. I have checked the obvious- versiontracker.com, downloads.com, and have not found anything that works for me- either WAY too simple, or WAY too complex.

    I just want something I can track multiple IRA's and stock portfolios (ideally seperately, not just on one large list of stocks); something that will track gains and losses, capital gains, and get current market updates (does NOT have to be "live" tickers.). I do not need anything to give "technical" analysises or anything like that.

    Shareware/commercial is fine (actually expected).

    ANything anyone out there has found that works for them?

    Thanks!

    Dave
     
  2. emptyCup macrumors 65816

    emptyCup

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    I don't follow stocks so I do not know if this will help. After VersionTracker, doing a Google search is usually helpful. Best wishes.
     
  3. carfac thread starter macrumors 65816

    carfac

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    EC:

    ACtualy- a tremendous help- those are not things I have seen yet. Thank you!

    Dave
     
  4. 5374838 macrumors newbie

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    Stock Management

    Dave;

    There is a good Stock Manager for Mac as shareware. It's called MacStockManager 1.0. You can google "macstockmanager" or go straight to the website at http://emrickenterprises.com/.

    It's easy to use and you can download stocks and mutual funds quickly and automatically. I keep the stocks I own in the Portfolio, and stocks I'm 'watching' in the Quotes. It has charts too, but you don't need to be into 'technical' analysis to make good use of it.

    Good luck, and I hope you like your Mac.

    Geri
     
  5. cordroosen macrumors newbie

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    http://investoscope.com/

    Hey,

    have a look at " Investoscope "

    it really works great for me !

    http://investoscope.com/

    regards
     

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