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Virtual Reality approaches Wall Street

01-16-2007 08:31 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Carson City, NV Jan 16th, 2007 - A new approach to view market actions at Wall Street was published today by, Inc., a Nevada based company.
"It's an incredible application" said Dr. Raymund Vorwerk,'s President and CEO, "because it brings together state-of-the-art 3D technology and Wall Street's stock market data."
3D-MarketView shows in a unique way an entire market in real time. Compared with the current spreadsheet and chart styles, 3D-MarketView presents all relevant data at a glance. Its intuitive interface allows easy access to market information.
Based on my own experience as a market participant, it is the first time that I easily can compare the different stocks and pick those most interesting for me out of the crowd, Vorwerk said. "The combination of fundamental, historic and current stock data gives an investor the best market overview possible."
The 3D-MarketView web site provides detailed information about the different views and capabilities of this new approach.
The software is available for download at, Inc. is a Nevada based technology company specializing in advanced software and Internet applications. The company has several related technologies in its portfolio. Dr. Vorwerk is a veteran in software and Internet technology. He held several management and consulting positions in the European software industry.

Dr. Raymund Vorwerk, Inc.
1802 N Carson Street
Suite 212-2666
Phone: 702-866-9530

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