FREE high performance Monte Carlo simulation add-in for Excel

(Last Updated On: May 12, 2011)
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FREE high performance Monte Carlo simulation add-in for Excel.

If you are interested in including uncertainty in your financial models, you may like to try out the FREE Standard edition of ModelRisk we have just released. It includes over 40 distributions, various copulas that are prominent in finance, first class reporting tools and the ability to convert models built with other Monte Carlo Excel add-ins. No expiration, model size constraints, watermarks or any other restrictions

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I tried to download the Standard Edition,but unfortunately it’s not available for Mac users

 

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