Investopedia Stock Simulator

Trade with fake money

What is the Investopedia stock simulator?

The Investopedia stock simulator program allows users to trade stocks with $100,000 of in virtual cash and compete with hundreds of thousands of other users around the world. The program is designed as a stepping stone to the real markets where aspiring investors can test their technical analysis skills and enter trading competitions.

 

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How does the stock simulator game work?

The Investopedia stock simulator is similar to other online trading simulation games that imitate the real-world equities markets. In this game, users start with $100,000 of fake money to pick stocks to purchase that are available on the major American exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Nasdaq and the American Stock Exchange (AMEX).

The stock game mimics reality as much as possible by charge commissions and broker fees to make trades, which can erode an investor’s return over time.  The stock simulator is also designed to be educational, and users will learn basic concepts of investing, including both technical analysis and fundamental analysis (PE ratio, DCF analysis, etc.).

 

How to register?

Registration for the game is simple, just click on this link -> http://www.investopedia.com/simulator/

 

Enter the following information:

  • Email address
  • Username
  • Password

 

Next, login to your account and begin!

 

Does the simulator have real-time prices?

No, it does not. But they are close!  The stock simulator has a 15-minute delay from real-time prices in the actual stock market.

 

Additional resources

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