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The Financial Post Virtual Stock Challenge is a game allowing market savvy participants to fine tune skills, while novice players gain valuable knowledge and experience to prepare them for the next contest. We allow registrants the ability to keep a Training Portfolio that carries over to the next game. That Portfolio will not be used to determine your standings in the next game. The Contest Portfolio is the portfolio used to determine standings and award prizes during the contest. Prizes fall into two categories: Monthly Prizes and a Loyalty Points Prize.

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Young Money Fantasy Stock Game

The Young Money Stock Market Game is a free game that allows members to practice trading in a lifelike brokerage simulation.

By participating in the community, you can learn the ins and outs of Wall Street by investing $1,000,000 in virtual money. This virtual stock market game features real-time trading simulation and multiple contests. Beginning investors can practice stock market trading, compete with friends and investors, and win real money.

Young Money Fantasy Stock Game

The Hottest Fantasy Stock Market Game On The Internet!

UpDown is the leading social platform for virtual investing. In addition to giving members $1,000,000 in virtual money to invest, UpDown allows investors to improve their skills through collaboration, competition and aggregated wisdom.

Described by major media outlets as fantasy football meets the trading floor, UpDown is the only free investment platform that allows members to earn money with zero risk of financial loss. Founded by two Harvard Business School students and one Harvard College graduate, UpDown is a privately held, privately funded company with headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Moneybhai Virtual Stock Exchange Game

New to online investing or an old professional? Use moneybhai as an investment challenge or as a learning tool in India's Stock Market.

You can win prizes daily, be crowned Fastest Millionaire of the Week, make the most amount of money in the first two hours of the trading session and receive the Daily Star, guess the sensex daily, right to the decimal and win exciting prizes, plus every month we track and announce the most active investor right across all of the Moneybhai players.

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Wall Street Pros vs. Main Street Joes

Stockpickr’s WALL STREET PROS vs. MAIN STREET JOES Stockpickr Challenge – a free, easy-to-use stock trading game where you can make REAL-TIME trades in a $250,000 virtual trading portfolio. Use the stock market simulation game to:
  • Win weekly and monthly prizes
  • Test new trading strategies.
  • Fine tune and improve your trading skills.
  • Gain valuable knowledge and real-world stock trading experience in real-time.
  • Test your stock picking abilities while competing against other market-savvy participants.
  • See if you have what it takes to beat the Pros.
Play it seriously or play for fun, either way you’ll likely learn more about investing in stocks and ETFs than you knew before. And best of all... it is FREE to play!

Can You Beat The Pros?

Investopedia Stock Market Simulator

Investopedia Stock Market SimulatorCompete with $100,000 Risk Free. Join the Investopedia Simulator for FREE and receive $100,000 in virtual cash! Put your trading skills to the test against other users and see where you rank among the thousands of Investopedia traders. Beat the rest of the pack and trade your way to the top!

Investopedia Stock Market Simulator

Wall Street Survivor is a stock market game providing virtual online trading of the stock market. Manage $100,000 with paper trading while competing for real Cash Prizes using the #1 stock market game on the Internet.

Virtual Stock Market Exchange
With the Virtual Stock Exchange game, brought to you by Market Watch and the Wall Street Journal, you can:
  • Choose from thousands of available games
  • Test your strategy with a personal portfolio
  • Leverage powerful news and research resources from MarketWatch
  • Create public or private games with a cash balance you set

How The Market Works Fantasy Stock Game

Our fantasy Virtual Exchange allows you to practice buying and selling real stocks using imaginary money for the purpose of gaining experience with stock trading.

Sign up for a free account today!
You can even create your own contests as a challenge for your classroom or private group! Compete in our Contests! Practice Trading:
  1. Stocks & Indexes (US & Canada)
  2. Forex (Currencies)
  3. Penny Stocks
  4. Pink Sheet Stocks
  5. Mutual Funds & ETFs
  6. Short Selling

Smart Stocks

Learn the stock market with our free stock simulation game. Free stock quotes, market research, stock news, stock tips, and winning stock portfolios.

Smart Stocks provides a live stock game using real stock quotes. Learn how to trade online and invest in the stock market without risking your hard earned money. Test your new investment strategy before trying it out for real. Track the return of multiple online accounts in one place. Best of all, Smart Stocks's fantasy stock market game is absolutely free.

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