Most Stock Market simulators use real world stocks; as such, the virtual trader cannot affect the price of the shares. The (Mock) Exchange – which I’ve made – is a completely closed system, so a more realistic simulator; with each trade, you can potentially influence the share price. It’s entirely free and there’s even an iPhone app so you can track the activity on the run. We hope you enjoy it.
Stock Market SimsThe following site reviews were submitted by readers like you. Discovered (or created) a cool site we should know about? Click here to add URL.
December 30, 2008 -- From Dan, a reader from Toronto, Ontario, who is affiliated with the site.
Rescue The Market is a trivia game where correct or incorrect answers influence a virtual stock market. When users answer questions correctly the market goes up, but if you answer incorrectly it will go down. The stats are updated in real time and the virtual markets performance is then compared to the Dow Jones, thus making the game more fun and interesting to play. It is available for free and suitable for kids 9 or up. The trivia questions are strictly business related and teach as you play along. Try it out and test your market knowledge!
June 3, 2008 -- From Mark B., a reader, from Jerusalem, Israel, who is affiliated with the site.
The Stock Market Challenge is an opportunity for stock market beginners or intermediates to simulate playing the stock market to learn the ropes and test their theories, while never risking a cent of their own money! The game is free and fun too.
May 16, 2006 -- From Kelsey, age 12, from Chandler Arizona, who is not affiliated with the site.
It’s awesome and great fun for kids. (:
May 9, 2006 -- From Silvio, a reader, from Rome, who is affiliated with the site.
tradeOver is a free stock market game where you can have fun spending your $1,000,000 in the most famous stocks, world indexes, currencies and even commodities – so you can buy some oil and gold, and sell it to own Google or the Nasdaq. There also are hourly, daily and weekly competitions – and leagues, so that you can create an investing club for you and your friends!
January 3, 2006 -- From Airidas Korolkovas, 16 years old from Kaunas, Lithuania, who is affiliated with the site
Informatist is an economics game, featuring open stock market, open job pool and freedom.
June 27, 2000 -- From George Alber , a reader from San Francisco, Ca who is affiliated with the site
Forget the stock market simulations. OneShare.com lets you do the real thing for your children without spending a fortune or opening a brokerage account.