iTrader
iTrader
2.4

1.0

iTrader free download for Mac

iTrader2.4

12 March 2005

Stock trading aid.

Overview

Note: iTrader is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

iTrader is a simple-to-use, yet highly effective, technical analysis program for MacOS X. It's interface and method of data presentation is unique, and as such we hope it will compliment your existing set of investment tools.

iTrader will calculate several TA indicators: MA (Moving Averages), MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence), STOC (Stochastics), SAR (Stop And Reversal), WMS (Williams %R), MOM (Momentum), CMO (Chande Momentum), POS (Price Oscillator), EMV (Ease Of Movement), RSI (Relative Strength Index), MFI (Money Flow Index), BB (Bollinger Bands), PP (Pivot Points). iTrader is divided into five sections, Quote, History & Analyze, Support & Resistance, Simulate and Portfolio.

iTrader will give you buy and sell advice based on standard rules. You be able to run simulations, export historical data and maintain your portfolio.

What's new in iTrader

Version 2.4: Calculate the famous Darvas Box system.

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How would you rate iTrader app?

4 Reviews of iTrader

1.25
Yvoyiatzis
31 January 2005
Version: 2.2

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CAVEAT EMPTOR. I support developers who support the Mac community; and our community is in desperate need of stock analysis and charting software as well as finance software to replace Quicken: what is out there is, at best, lacking. Now, with iTrader at hand all I can say is that it has a long way to go. Why would any developer request money for a piece of software that is underdeveloped? Sorry, guys, but please: never ask for money unless that which you provide us is a) stable, b) useful, and, this is very important now, c) a piece of software with which the user may have ample time (seven days unlimited access) to fool around with before making a decision as to whether s/he should be expending money on it.
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Anonymous
15 March 2005
Version: 2.4
$39USD for this ??? I'd rather use my Magic 8 ball it works better!
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Anonymous
13 March 2005
Version: 2.4
I would like to evaluate this software before purchasing it. I just looked for "More information" and ended up on a Kagi site. That's not good for business or developmnet.
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Anonymous
13 March 2005
Version: 2.4
What do you think.. It's costs a lot of money and time to develop such programs, The market for this kind of software for Mac is very, very small. So give the developer some feedback to improve his program.
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1.25
Yvoyiatzis
31 January 2005
Version: 2.2
CAVEAT EMPTOR. I support developers who support the Mac community; and our community is in desperate need of stock analysis and charting software as well as finance software to replace Quicken: what is out there is, at best, lacking. Now, with iTrader at hand all I can say is that it has a long way to go. Why would any developer request money for a piece of software that is underdeveloped? Sorry, guys, but please: never ask for money unless that which you provide us is a) stable, b) useful, and, this is very important now, c) a piece of software with which the user may have ample time (seven days unlimited access) to fool around with before making a decision as to whether s/he should be expending money on it.
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