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Computerized Investing > Second Quarter 2010

Finding stock screening software for the Mac

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by CI Staff

How to Screen for Stocks Using a Mac

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Mike from CA posted over 5 years ago:

The "Mac" vs "PC" software issue is not an issue of you're using web-based software as opposed to downloaded/installed software.

So, Mac users have 2 choices:
(1) Run Windows on their Mac (Parallels, Bootcamp, VirtualPC)
(2) Use web-based investment software in their Mac browser of choice (Safari, Firefox, Chrome, etc)

For example, this site is a covered call screener and works in a browser (on all platforms):
http://www.borntosell.com

Mike
(happy Mac user)


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