Wall Street Survivor

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McGraw-Hill Wall Street Survivor Stock Portfolio Project (Note to Instructors) Introduction Your McGraw-Hill textbook gives your students the opportunity to participate in the McGraw-Hill/Stock-Trak Wall Street Survivor simulation for FREE. The simulation can be accessed by first creating an account at: http://www.wallstreetsurvivor.com/Public/Members/McGraw.aspx?p=MGH_InvestmentTrader_Business. A screenshot of the registration page is shown below. The signup process is straightforward and the drop-down menus guide you and your students through the registration process. Be sure to select the appropriate textbook. By so doing, you and your students will be registered to compete against all other students across the country that are…show more content…
You will be competing against your classmates and against all the students from across the country in Introduction to Business who is registered for that period. Once you register at the above site, you will receive a password and you will have a brokerage account with $100,000 in fictitious money. You will use these funds to trade stocks and mutual funds for the period of time specified by your instructor. Your instructor will provide you with the details regarding the trading dates and other requirements. Before you begin trading and after you have logged in to the Wall Street Survivor site, you should review the various tutorials and information provided under the menu header “Learn Trading.” You will find a dropdown menu that provides tools and other resources that will help familiarize you with stock trading and other important aspects of the simulation. You should pay particular attention to the “Beginner Tips” and the “Intermediate Tips.” Once you are on the homepage, you will see nine additional main tabs: My portfolios, Trade, Research Tools, Learn Trading, News, Games, Community, Prizes, and Store. My Portfolios The first menu option is “Dashboard” shown below. This will provide you with the current status of your portfolio, information on other traders, the leaders across the country in the simulation,
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