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Computerized Investing > September 2010

DRIP Wizard

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by CI Staff

www.dripwizard.com

DRIP Wizard is a software program from Simplisoft LLC to help investors track the incremental share purchases that are made when participating in a dividend reinvestment plan. With the software, you can see the current value of your DRIP investments, the real return on investment for your DRIPs, and the capital gains on stocks sold. The program runs on Windows 95 systems or higher (although the site does not say if it is compatible with Windows Vista or 7) and costs $49.95.

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Discussion

Michael from Washington posted over 3 years ago:

Can't use it on MAC?


Wayne from IL posted over 3 years ago:

Sorry, but this is a Windows-based software program.


Dorothy from NC posted over 2 years ago:

I use a MAC and I appreciate Michael's comment being a Window's based software program. Great help!


Wayne from IL posted over 2 years ago:

Have been reviewing investment software for 14 years, there is very little quality software for the Mac. That is why we always recommend Windows-based systems for those looking to do in-depth computerized investment analysis.
--Wayne A. Thorp, CFA


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