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Old 04-18-2006, 08:39 AM   #1
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Can anyone recomend a personal mote carlo simulator that is inexpensive? (Free is even better) I would really like to check out my assumptions from that aspect. (Yes FireCalc is great I just want to try Monte Carlo) :

Thanks as usual for the fine advice. Always worth more than I paid!!!
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Old 04-18-2006, 08:58 AM   #2
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Here's a great code for free download/trial.

http://www.solver.com/register.htm
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Can anyone recomend a personal mote carlo simulator that is inexpensive?* (Free is even better)* I would really like to check out my assumptions from that aspect.* (Yes FireCalc is great I just want to try Monte Carlo) :

Thanks as usual for the fine advice.* Always worth more than I paid!!!
Mysto: Try www3.trowprice.com/RIC/

Have fun.
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Old 04-18-2006, 09:28 AM   #4
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Mysto: Try www3.trowprice.com/RIC/

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Take out the "3" from the URL and it works - I've noticed it works best with Internet Explorer but not all of the features work with Firefox.

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mcretire.* $29 from efficient solutions http://www.effisols.com
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Hey thanks to all. I've tried the T Rowe Price but it is too limiting.

I downloaded the free trial on mcretire vimwick and it looks like it may do the job so I probably will buy it.

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