Stock Market Game Users See Hope at the End of November
(Montreal, Quebec) December 14, 2011 – As the stock market closed on the last day of November, users of the stock market game at WallStreetSurvivor.com had reason to rejoice. The Dow Jones closed 490 points up as central banks took steps to contain the European debt crisis.
Some analysts warn against premature celebration, citing previous instances in the past couple of years where Europe has tried to rectify the debt situation – and failed. However, many traders continued to buy stocks, especially in banks, hoping this would be the solution that sticks.
Even if it doesn’t work, users of the stock market game at WallStreetSurvivor.com have nothing to fear. This simulation stock game mirrors real-time market conditions, like those experienced in today’s stock market. However, unlike traders on the New York Stock Exchange, the traders on WallStreetSurvivor.com face no risk when they buy and sell stocks. This stock game is designed to help people learn the stock market.
Users of this simulation stock market can test new trading strategies and learn how their portfolio will be impacted, all without risking any real money. Users can learn about the stock market and out their knowledge to the test in a real-time environment without damaging their portfolio.
So the next time the Standard & Poor’s 500 closes up 4.33% and the NASDAQ soars up to 4.17%, these students will be ready.
Signing up for the stock market game at WallStreetSurvivor.com is easy and completely free. Those interested in learning more about WallStreetSurvivor.com can also visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WallStreetSurvivor to see what people are saying about the best stock market game on the web, as rated by Mashable.com.
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