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For Young Investors

TD Bank's Virtual Stock Market game is your chance to experience the real-life stock market, virtually.

Take some time to explore the definitions and learn about how to invest by reading the summaries we have provided. Just scroll down the navigation bar, within the game site, to "Definitions" and "Learn to Invest" to find out more.

  • Register your class and generate your students' accounts
  • Get over 40 lesson plans with great ideas on how to integrate this simulation with each activity
  • Track your students' progress in real time with Teacher Reports
  • Practice trading alongside your students
  • Practice trading every U.S. stock with real prices
  • Use our research tools to find company info, market data and streaming quotes
  • Read over 350 beginner investing articles in our Learn Center
  • See your real-time ranking against your classmates
Young Investors
  • Fund your portfolio with virtual cash
  • Advanced research tools can help you learn fundamental and technical analysis
  • Mobile-optimized trading platform allows practice on the go
  • The Learn Center has dozens of beginner and advanced trading strategies to follow

Each game is played monthly and each player begins the month with $100,000 of Virtual money to trade on any of the more than 25,000 stocks and mutual funds listed on the New York, NASDAQ, American and other US Stock Exchanges. We'll keep track of your portfolio and rank you against the other players.

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