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Student Stock Trader is a simple stock market simulator designed to help students understand how...

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Student Stock Trader Overview

Student Stock Trader is a simple stock market simulator designed to help students understand how the stock market works.

Students can play in groups or individually, each game has a leaderboard that shows the real time progress of each player.

No personal student information needed and teachers are in full control of the whole experience.

Student Stock Trader Platforms

Web-Based iPad iPhone

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