SETTING UP YOUR ACCOUNT Setting Up an Account

SETTING UP YOUR ACCOUNT Setting Up an Account Go to investopedia.com look in the top right for Register Set up an Investopedia account

email address display name password Getting to the Simulator The Investopedia home page has several menus.

The main one you will need is the Simulator menu. Joining a Game Click on the View More Games link in the Join A Public

Game box of the simulator home page. Joining a Game Under Search Games: enter THS Economics

Club Challenge to find our game. Then hit Search Joining a Game Once the page refreshes, you should see the following result under the search dialog box.

Click the Join link. Joining a Game You should be prompted to enter the game password. Type economicsclub into the Game Password: dialog box and hit the Join Game button

Menus Congratulations, you have joined the Economics Clubs game! Click on My Home in the Stock Simulator Menu to go to your home page. This menu will become the basis of all your

actions in the simulator. The other menu is for the rest of Investopedia and has resources for stock research. Menus Buying and Selling

Click on Trade on your screen and this page should pop up. You can buy, sell short, or buy to cover on this page. Stock symbol, show max, limit price, Stop price, and duration are also things you may want to know. Account Details are on the right side.

Portfolio Your portfolio shows all your current holdings, organized by type of holding. On top it has your account value, buying power, cash, and annual

return. Investopedia uses an odd formula to figure out cash and buying power but you dont have to worry about that.

Market This is a picture of the markets link on the Investopedia simulator. This link allows you to look up detailed quotes, charts, news, etc. for a stock. Its a great tool that can help you win this competition

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