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Stock Market Simulation
A stock is a tiny share in the ownership of a company.
You make money in two basic ways
1. Once you own stock you are a in the company. 1. Once you own stock you are a shareholder in the company.
This entitles you to dividends or a percentage of the companies profits
2. You make money if you buy the stocks at a low price and sell at a higher price.
It’s really a form of gambling Sometimes you win Sometimes you lose
Let’s play a game
Ranger Oil Company
Energy Electric Company
Miners Gold Company
Eastern Pulp & Paper Company
Marquis Wheat Company
Stock Market Simulation Day 1 Ranger Oil20.00 Energy Electric25.00 Miners Gold10.00 Eastern Pulp & Paper15.00 Marquis Wheat10.00
You have $10 000 to invest Pick 3 – 5 of the following stocks in specific amounts. Follow the stock, keeping track of the daily worth and profits. Calculate the total profits or losses.
Day 1Day 2 Ranger Oil 20.0018.00 Energy Electric 25.0020.00 Miners Gold 10.0013.00 Eastern Pulp & Paper 15.0014.00 Marquis Wheat 10.0011.00
Day 1Day 2Day 3 Ranger Oil 20.0018.0019.00 Energy Electric 25.0020.0018.00 Miners Gold 10.0013.0015.00 Eastern Pulp & Paper 15.0014.0016.00 Marquis Wheat 10.0011.0012.00
Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4 Ranger Oil 20.0018.0019.0021.00 Energy Electric 25.0020.0018.0015.00 Miners Gold 10.0013.0015.0018.00 Eastern Pulp & Paper 15.0014.0016.0019.00 Marquis Wheat 10.0011.0012.0013.00
Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5 Ranger Oil 20.0018.0019.0021.0022.00 Energy Electric 25.0020.0018.0015.0010.00 Miners Gold 10.0013.0015.0018.006.00 Eastern Pulp & Paper 15.0014.0016.0019.0022.00 Marquis Wheat 10.0011.0012.0013.0012.00
Day 1 Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5Day 6 Ranger Oil 20.0018.0019.0021.0022.0014.25 Energy Electric 25.0020.0018.0015.0010.00.33 Miners Gold 10.0013.0015.0018.006.00 5.77 Eastern Pulp & Paper 15.0014.0016.0019.0022.0010.68 Marquis Wheat 10.0011.0012.0013.0012.00 3.19
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