Create a virtual trading contest to match your needs by selecting the trading period, initial cash balance and currency, security types, diversification rules, etc…
Our platform features stocks, ETFs, options, bonds, mutual funds, futures, futures options, forex and even cryptos from exchanges around the world.
Middle school math classes, university trading rooms, customer acquisition, and corporate employee education are just a few of the many uses.
For over 30 years, we have been the leader in virtual trading applications. Over 1,000,000 individuals used our platform last year, including 85,000 college students and 600,000 high school students.
With the ability to integrate lessons and quizzes, our platform makes sure the user learns basic skills along the way. The built-in assessments create a self-grading platform.
Let us help you create a trading challenge to meet your needs by customizing the trading rules, the securities, and the curriculum. Use one of our sites or we can create your own white-labelled version.
Our real-time trading and portfolio updates make for an engaging, competitive and realistic experience. Users can trade stocks, ETFs, options, futures, bonds, mutual funds, forex, cryptos and more.
Our virtual trading platform can be perfectly tailored to match your objectives for your class, club, clients, customers, users, or employees. The admin creates a custom event by setting the trading dates, initial cash balance, currency, commission, diversification and eligible security types (stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, bonds, futures, futures options, spot contracts, forex – even cryptocurrencies). Then the admin layers in curriculum/lessons for the users to guide them along, selecting from over 100 concise lessons and videos. Users can even be required to create a trade diary to record trading strategies as they proceed. This makes our virtual trading game the perfect centerpiece for any college finance class, any high school financial literacy class, or any corporate customer acquisition or employee education program.
Income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, historical prices, accounting ratios, SEC filings, option chains, and over 40 other data points are available in our Research Center. We even integrated company info, analyst ratings, symbol lookup, and charting tools directly into the trading page, so students can do all their investing research all in one place.
Admins get access to a granular level of reporting and tracking, with real-time activity reports, diversification reports, trading activity, contest summary data, and much more. Best of all, it is completely exportable to Excel or any other spreadsheet program!
Use one of our existing platforms, or we can build your university or company a fully branded solution that gives you the prestige, traffic and image you want with your own turnkey solution. It also gives you the flexibility to create your own virtual trading contests, capture your own user data, and/or promote your own products or educational objectives.
Each year over 1,000 professors use one of our virtual trading applications in the Business & Finance classes.
Personal Finance classes to elementary school math classes use our sites.
We white label our virtual trading application for global stock exchanges, brokers, and employee education programs.
From free online courses to monthly stock contest, 200,000+ individuals use our platform each year.
Students receive $500,000 (or any amount of your choosing) in a virtual brokerage account. They use this cash to manage a portfolio for the duration of the class with our stock simulation.
This portfolio includes stocks, options, futures, bonds, mutual funds, currencies and other securities from 50 global exchanges.
Learn how easy it is to create a virtual stock trading contest for your class, club or organization.
See how you can customize your trading contest for your class by choosing the dates, initial cash balance, currency, global stock exchanges, commission structure, diversification rules, etc.
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