MetaView lets you view the stock market in 3D

Lyle Andrews has released MetaView, a new Mac OS X application that lets you view stock market data in 3D. It costs $49.95, 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. You 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
MetaView lets you view stock data in 3D.

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 also can set up a customized download schedule.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

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