Disappointed with lack of any real-world trading experience in his college Investments classes, Stock-Trak’s Founder and CEO Mark T. Brookshire wrote the first virtual trading application designed exclusively for college Investments classes in 1990. This was shortly after graduating from Georgia Tech with a Master’s of Science in Management.
From the original concept of providing university students with the opportunity to simulate managing a portfolio of stocks, options, futures, bonds and mutual funds, Stock-Trak’s product line has expanded to include budgeting simulations, curriculum, and certifications.
Our markets have broadened as well. We now serve the K12, university, corporate, and general public markets through a combination of proprietary web sites (see below) and white label versions. While the name remains StockTrak, our products go beyond stock market simulations. We also excel in broader financial literacy programs for all markets.
Our family of financial education sites has grown to include nearly a dozen proprietary sites each serving a different audience and over 100 client branded sites:
Our financial literacy platform has at its core a Personal Budgeting Game. Users experience the basics of learning to live on a budget, manage their checking/savings/credit card accounts, pay bills, and deal with life’s unexpected challenges and expenses. This platform also has built in lessons and quizzes.
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After 33 years of business and 10 million users,
the Stock-Trak Family of sites continues to grow and now includes:
Targets university business classes and trading rooms. StockTrak.com is now used by more than 1,000 professors and their 70,000 college students each year, including over 80% of the top U.S. Business SchoolsVisit website
Targets high school & college students in personal finance, business and finance classes; as well as asults wanting to learn about investing in the stock market. HowtheMarketWorks is now used by 400,000 users each year and features trading of U.S. stocks, bonds and mutual funds. This site also allows any user to create a customized stock market game and challenge their classmates or friends. The site also features over 300 educational articles, videos and assignments aligned to national high school standards.Visit our Free High School Stock Market Game
Targets the general public that wants to learn how to invest in the stock market; includes free courses. Wall Street Survivor® is used by 150,000 individuals each year looking to learn about the stock market and want to use a stock market simulator to trade U.S. stocks and options with a free virtual portfolio. This site also features many concise courses and other helpful pages like best stocks to buy now.Visit our Stock Simulation Site
Targets high school business and personal finance classses. PersonalFinanceLab is a unified platform combining our financial literacy course, curriculum and games for high school students. This site is used in many high school personal finance, economics, and business classes.If you are a high school teacher, you must visit this Financial Literacy Games site.
Targets individuals looking for the best free investing course for beginners. Investing 101 is an online Investments course that is structured like a college level class with chapters, additional reading, exercises and quizzes to that users can monitor their own progress and move at their own pace.Visit our Investing 101 Course
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