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AUSOM Inc September meeting Taking stock of uncertainty with Stock Doctor®

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Posted 27 August 2008 - 06:07 PM

Media release - AUSOM Inc
Wednesday 27 August 2008

Taking stock of uncertainty with Stock Doctor®

Simon Blair from Lincoln Indicators will demonstrate the well-known and very popular stocks analysis package Stock Doctor® at the Apple Users' Society of Melbourne's (AUSOM) September meeting.

'Given the recent and continuing uncertainty in the share market, it's more relevant than ever to have an expert address our members about one tool which share market investors can use to help make those all-important investment decisions', AUSOM President Dick Johnson said.

'The demonstration will also have the added benefit of showing how you can run Windows applications (like Stock Doctor®) on a Mac using Parallels or VMWare Fusion software'.

'Simon will be addressing the meeting for two hours and is looking forward to fielding a host of questions from the floor during that time'.

The presentation is scheduled for 1.00pm on Saturday 6 September at Building PA, Prahran Campus, Swinburne University at the corner of Thomas and High Streets, Prahran, close to Chapel Street.

Simon Blair is Lincoln's Senior Business Manager with responsibility across the southern states for Stock Doctor®. An accomplished and sought-after speaker, he regularly presents at seminars, investment conferences and expos around Australia.

According to Lincoln's website, Stock Doctor® is Australia's premier fundamental analysis investment software tool. The key to successful share investing is using a reliable fundamental analysis tool that can help you focus on companies that are likely to provide a solid return, and avoid those that are potential disasters.

About AUSOM:
AUSOM (pronounced 'awesome') is Australia's largest and most active Apple User Group, with a 29-year history and about 800 members. There's something for every Mac, iPod, and iPhone user at AUSOM. Meetings and activities are free. AUSOM publishes its own monthly printed magazine and hosts about 20 special interest groups. Member services include training CDs and DVDs; an online discussion forum with answers to everything on computing and beyond; book and disk libraries; phone help by experts in their respective fields; discounts on CDs and books; and lots more!

For further information about AUSOM, visit our website: www.ausom.net.au


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