Stock Market Game

Stock Market Game

 

 

 

The Stock Market Game is an engaging educational program used in classrooms nationwide to teach economics, math, social studies, business, language arts and technology while focusing on the importance of developing real world personal finance skills. Teams of students in grades 4-12 use the SMG simulation to learn the basics of investing as they create and manage an online portfolio over 10 weeks. The SMG is more than a game…it is an education for life.

 

We are pleased to announce TCEE will be able to once again provide ALL 2019-20 SMG Games at NO FINANCIAL COST!


Game Sessions:

Registration is on-going throughout the year

Year-Long Game 2018-19: 10/15/2019 – 04/10/2020

Fall Game 2018: 09/30/2019 – 12/06/2019

Spring Game 2019: 02/03/2020 – 04/10/2020

Register now at stockmarketgame.org

For additional questions contact your local Stock Market Game Coordinator, Adam Montgomery at amontgomery@uttyler.edu or (210) 818-1119.

*Top teams are only eligible for prizes within the “competitive” sessions


Webinar Topics and Schedule for Fall 2019

Topics

1. SMG Basics –

This session will review SMG program basics: Getting Started; the Teacher Support Center; and student portfolios.

2. Winning with Diversification –

Strategies for building a diversified portfolio with stocks, bonds, ETF’s and mutual funds.

3. Let’s Trade Today! –

This webinar session will provide a quick overview of the SMG portfolio and how to get your Stock Market Game students trading.

4. Basic Company Research –

During this webinar, learn how to utilize Yahoo Finance and Nasdaq sites to review basic terminology and headlines with your students.

5. Weekly Portfolio Analysis –

This webinar session will discuss how to analyze major indexes and portfolio holdings.

6. Handling Market Volatility –

This session will review strategies for teams to invest in Bull or Bear markets.

7. Rules of the SMG –

During this session an overview of the national Stock Market Game rules will be provided.


For in-person workshops, contact Adam Montgomery