Am I Taking the Right Course?

University students often wonder if they’re on the right course throughout their education. You’re still defining your values, ideologies, and your self-image, and how what your doing at this moment will impact the rest of your life. This is the beginning of your professional trajectory and also a time of big changes and choices.  Stopping Read More…

StockTrak New Features Update – Spring 2021

There are many new enhancements this Spring that will improve how both professors and students use the platform.   General Improvements   1.New Dashboard • “Assignments” front and center – students have clear expectations • Financial literacy classes will also include a budget game snapshot • Generally fewer tables and less clutter 2. Onboarding • Read More…

StockTrak, together with Wiley Efficient Learning, promotes the National Challenge during Spring and Fall. Students are challenged to manage a million-dollar portfolio and generate profits over four weeks. We spoke with the winners to better understand their minds during the competition. StockTrak: Tell me about yourself. Zach, 8th place winner: My name is Zachary M, and Read More…

During Spring and Fall, StockTrak, together with Wiley Efficient Learning, promotes the National Challenge. Students are challenged to manage a million-dollar portfolio and generate profits over four weeks. We spoke with the winners to better understand their tactics and strategies in the challenge. StockTrak: Tell me a bit about yourself. Mark, 1st place winner: My Read More…

Earn a $200 Amazon Gift Card by completing our Personal Finance and Investing Curriculum! Beyond our investing simulation, StockTrak also has a wide library of Personal Finance and Investing lessons that professors can optionally add to their classes. This December, 2020, we are planning enhancements to help professors plan out these lessons as part of Read More…

If you have used a stock game in your class before, you know the drill – you choose your class’s custom rules and starting cash (usually around $100,000), your students sign in, and they use that cash to build their portfolio that they manage over the course of a semester. This might make sense to Read More…