MetaView Lets You View the Stock Market in 3D

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Lyle Andrews has released MetaView, a new Mac OS X application that lets you view stock market data in 3D. It costs US$49.59, and also requires a subscription to a special MetaView data feed, priced at $15 per month.

MetaView lets you group stocks to view in 3D. If you are grouping stocks you hold, you can enter the number of shares you have; MetaView will calculate the total value and display it in the main view. Yu can use a menu to view more information about individual stocks; save headlines and URLs of new stories for each stock; access Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings and graph them by date; and enter historical events and assign them to groups.

MetaView supports text to speech, so you can get an audible summary of each stock in a group. It also comes with a screensaver that shows the same view as the main window. Data is automatically downloaded for the U.S. market. You can set up a customized download schedule.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

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