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Stock Market Game
These are good resources for the Stock Market Game:
 
Stock Market Game - This presentation gives an overview of the rules of the game.
 
Websites for Stock Market Research - Here are a variety of web resources.
 
How to Read Stock Tables - This will help you read the Stock Market page in the paper.
 

Stock Analysis Worksheet

These sheets need to be completed for every stock buy.  Although we work on them weekly in class, students may want to print out and/or copy these at home and bring them to class.  Print worksheet.

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Fall 2009 Winners

Congratulations to a great team of fifth and sixth graders who participated in the Stock Market Game. On January 20, 2010, these
students attended the Best Prep Awards Ceremony at the Carlson School of Management. Under the direction of coach Lisa Lange, students invested in virtual stocks and wrote essays about what they learned.

We are proud to announce second place winners in the state, Andrew Michel and Carter Steinhagen in the Portfolio Category. Accolades go to Sophie Keller who won third place in Minnesota for the InvestWrite competition in the 4th and 5th grade division, and Paige Hepenstal who won first place in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade division. All the parents and family who attended the ceremony were thrilled to learn that Carter Steinhagen’s InvestWrite Essay won second place at the national level out of approximately 500 essays. The prize for winning is a mini notebook computer for Carter and a trophy for the school.

See the photos and read the essays...