The origins of this program can probably be traced back to an article in the May 1980 issue of Computing Today magazine. The article, by Anthony Fleet, featured a flowchart for a stock market program for the Texas Instruments TI59 programmable calculator. The article was revisited in the December 1980 issue of Computing Today.
S. Moppett authored a listing for the Research Machines RML 380Z computer.
The BBC Micro version is much improved from those early versions but carries on the tradition that Argus Press Software had of printing type-in listings that later became commercial releases.
The author of the BBC Micro conversion is unknown at the time of writing.
|Title||Stock Market (AKA Stockmarket)|
|Publisher||Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP)|
|Release Type||Commercial Release|
|Primary genre||Simulation (Business)|
|Players||1 to 6|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|