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MacStockManager provides stock portfolio management, live quotes, and stock charting including 16 modifiable technical indicators. The stock portfolio, allows unlimited number of entries, 5 different accounts, supports stocks mutual funds, options and ISOs buying and selling including short sells. Numerous stock statistics are displayed including current day and total gains/losses. The stock charting feature is fast, supports line bar or candle stick chart types, and can disiplay16 modifiable technical indicators including support and resistance trend lines, RSI, MACD and many more.

What's New

Version 2.5:
  • Allow sorting of dividend dates.
  • Fix crash going to import dialog on MacOS 10.4.11.
  • Allow tab termination for stock symbols on OFX import(Interactive brokers).
  • Allow retrieval of stored stock chart info when not connected to the internet.
  • Other minor enhancements and corrections.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

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Pstearns Member IconReview+1
Pstearns
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Have been trying for 4 months to reactivate this program with no luck. Developer is MOA.
I can't recommend this program. Find something else.

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Version 2.5
Mikeayernik Member IconReview+0
Mikeayernik
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This is definitely worth $25 but not much more right now. I would need a lot more refinements to pay more. It doesn't seem to import the portfolio's correctly, especially options. Too many work arounds for me.The help and support are scarce but what do you expect for $25 Hopefully this will get better and more useful. I like the way the charts work , but would like to be able to keep more lower indicators .

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Version 2.5
Jimw Member IconComment+455
Jimw
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FYI: This developer on their web site provides no ownership or company info of this product. There is no physical address, no email address, no phone number, no company background, no support info, no way of addressing pre-sales questions. Perhaps there may be something in the product itself but having absolutely no information about the developer or any support information on their website makes me a bit concerned about the long term viability of the product.

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Version 2.2
Grhsvo
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I have long complained that the web has lowered standards. In the good old days, you could pick up a prospectus, annual report, even a marketing brochure, and read all about the directors. Photos, qualifications, background, what they do for the company, contact details, even sometimes residential addresses. Not any more!

This pet peeve extends to the bastards wh run web sites with no email contact opportunities. PGP is the world's worst but Quark, Adobe, even Apple, are not far behind. Do they really understand that blood boiling in the veins of site visitors who can't make email contact is no way to win respect and customers?

Now, we have this one too. Amazing.

Jimw
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To Grhsvo: Thank you for your comment. From my perspective it is all about not accepting responsibility for your actions to avoid the consequences as well as about greed and isolating the company from their customers. More then ever it has become buyer beware. We now live in a era where this unethical behavior has for most, become an accepted business practice.

The quote from W.C. Fields: " It is immoral to allow a sucker to keep his money." seems to ring with more truth these days then ever before. Add to this, the complexity of current civilizations and the results are that most of the population is becoming "conditioned suckers." The efforts and obstacles to seek responsibility from those who commit irresponsible acts has simply become too overwhelming for most individuals in todays society.

Such is the result of lack of oversight, biased interpretation, and enforcement of laws, that are in place to prevent this, which has resulted in enterprises that are allowed to exist and function in ways that such laws, and regulations were set up to prevent. The result is that society is now heading down the path of anarchy where no one takes responsibility for anything. Should society be allowed to reach this final destination, then I believe civilization as we know it will completely collapse and the "dark ages" will be reborn again.

Yes, I believe you are correct in your analysis but it will take more than you and me to make a real difference.

BumbleB Member IconReview+330
BumbleB
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Overall this looks like a really good, useful app. I wish the icon where prettier, and the app cocoa, but it gets the job done (show me technical analysis).

PS: Stochastics are spelled wrong in the drop down menu;-)

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Version 1.1
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Downloads 5,094
Version Downloads 1,338
Type Business / Finance
License Shareware
Date 08 Nov 2010
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $25.00
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