Apple/Mac users - Create a full-blown application
We’re proud to announce that VectorVest 7 is now available on Mac OS X 10.7 and later! This solution no longer requires a separate partition or installing Parallels Desktop + Windows. Instead, we use a remote server to host VectorVest 7.
Subscribers will install Parallels RAS Client (free app) to access our software. To start using it, go to http://www.vectorvest.com/install/vectorvest7/mac.
jan smudski commented
get parallels and run windows on the mac. works great.
Ram Bashyam commented
Poor strategy by the Marketing folks.
Nicolas Bosse commented
I have trialled their iPhone application for 5 weeks, but it was too limited. I did cancel my account because they don't have a Mac version of their software.
Winfeld Danielson commented
I use a MAC also
Lawrence Smetana commented
I am in the evaluation period for VV. I am a dedicated Mac user and VV should directly address the lack of V7 MAC compatability. You are ignoring a large market segment.
Michael Quinn commented
I too cannot understand why VectorVest does not have a Mac version. When I go to various trader group meetings, most of the people bring Macs. I’ve been a VectorVest user since 2010 and a Mac User since 2013. So since 2013 I have had to Purchase Windows and run under the Parallels system which is an extra cost. Every year when I pay Parallels I am upset that VectorVest is so incsiderate to us Mac users. I think VectorVest shoudl reduce the price or more realistically reimburse the costs of Windows and Paralls to us Mac uses as the only program I run under Window is VectorVest. I’d love to have a conversation with Dr. D about this but I suspect he would never talk to me a good 7 year customer. Next April when my subscription I may just not renew on principle just becase of the lack of a Mac verson and the way Mac users are treated.
Lucy Harmuth commented
That would be real nice. Thanks!
Dennis White commented
you can make it work if you wanted to.
David Jablon commented
just signed up for the trail, but your site neglected to say that your software is incompatible with my IMAC. Not very considerate.
Alberto Duenas commented
Not having a friendly application for Mac users is a major opportunity loosing situation for VectorVest. Many people like me are very disappointed. When will you solve the issue?
Manon Carr commented
I am a Mac user, I really dislike the look of my vector vest7! Are you all working on getting the same look as the PC for Mac users? The current page is cheap and amateurish looking. I can't stand it!
Randall Ducote commented
If you could figure out how to download vectorvest 7 on a Macbook figuring out the stock market would be a simple task. I have contacted NASA and they would like to know also.
Steve Turner commented
Please create a web based version....then it will work on PC and Mac.
Ken Holland commented
Please, please,please spend the money required to develop software compatible with the Mac operating system. We've been waiting far too long!
Ron Greenberg commented
just finishing the intro course and was looking to sign on to vector vest but understand there is no Mac application for Vector Vest 7. would appreciate notification when Vector Vest and Mac become compatible. until then i'll hold off signing up.
Conn Letterio commented
Let's get with the times not everyone has PC some of us have a Mac only. Get a mac version up for the ones that have a mac !!!
London Metcalfe commented
what about that bootcamp program that lets you run a PC platform on your mac? I have 2 macs and am wondering if I can run it that way
Daniel Day commented
Because VectorVest refuses to develop full-blown Mac platform "anytime soon", I called VectorVest today and cancelled my account. I recommend all Mac users call and cancel their accounts until further notice. Please call 1-888-658-7638 and cancel your accounts. Make your stand! This is the only way they will listen to you!
james kuhmayer commented
Can not believe you don't have a Mac version,probably my last vector vest coarse i will pay for and not be able to you my Mac.
Ryan Dekker commented
This doesn't really seem to be getting traction. Is there an alternative to VectorVest that's web based?