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Wallstreet Survivor
All they ask for is email, user name and password. The next setup page is interesting because you have 4 options to choose from. Three are 3 paid options and the last is free.
AccountSetup 1. The first paid option enables real-time quotes for stocks and options for $14.99 per month which is definitely worth considering if you want a realistic simulator. 2. The second paid option is called the premier trader bundle and includes the real time package plus some really nice extras. Some of the extras include protected stops using Smart Stops . Ability to create up to 5 portfolios instead of just the one. Access to Zacks buy and sell recommendations plus technical analysis charting using Recognia technology. 3. The final paid option will cost you $39.99 per month and include all of the features from the premier trader bundle. This third option is known as the elite trader bundle. The extra features in the bundle enable 100% trade transparency with the community. You are able to see every trade other top traders make and will receive tops from the top 10 traders in the community daily. $39.99 might seem like a lot of money but it is nothing compared to the money you could lose if youre jumped straight into the markets without first mastering your skills in a professional market game. Additionally you might even make money from prizes on Wall Street Survivor with the knowledge this package provides. 4. The fourth option is the free stock market simulator Wall Street Survivor provides and will be the primary focus for the rest of this review. The last setup page has some special offers that are worth taking a look at, especially the offer for free credit from The Spartan Trader.
Trading stocks and options is simple with WSS. Just browse to the trade page from the main horizontal menu. You need to make sure that you now select the correct portfolio before you place a trade. If you forget to select the targeted portfolio for this trade then you will not be happy, especially if you start practicing a trading strategy in your real contest account. There are a medium amount of trading options; these include shorting, covering, duration, market orders, limit orders and stop orders. Free accounts currently also have stop loss recommendations from smartstops.net. By far one of coolest and most unique things about WSS is the ability to incorporate option trading strategies into your portfolio. You are able implement a simple, spread, covered call or protective put strategy automatically. Its also possible to create all kinds of crazy option strategies like condors, straddles, etc using combinations of simple option trades.
Community There are 2 additional fun gimmicky market games on WSS The first is Bullseye Jackpot where players can sign up to guess the closing price of the hot stock of the day. The exact guess wins the jackpot. If no one guesses exactly then the jackpot rolls over to the next day. The second game is guess the next tick. The game description is in the name really.
Portfolio There are 3 different types of portfolios available on Wall Street Survivor that all begin with a $100,000 account balance. These are the $100K Contest Stock Portfolios, Option Contest Portfolios and a Permanent Portfolio. The first two portfolio types can have up to two portfolios associated with them while you can only have one permanent portfolio. You can add, delete, rename and reset your portfolios from the 'My Portfolios' tab. All of your portfolios are automatically leveraged by a factor of 2. So all your portfolios are simulated margin accounts. Cash balance will begin at $100k but buying power will be $200k.
Courses available at a price
RealRewards Weekly $150 for first place performance and multiple $500 monthly awards depending on trades placed. Daily prizes as well.
Balance $100,000
Market USA
Age 1990
Been around a long time
Yes
Rewards Yes
$300 First place
Yes
Courses available at a price
CommunitySize 1000000
Yes
Web
Market Order
Charts Yes
charts and other nice tracking features

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  • imageOverview
    Wallstreet Survivor
    All they ask for is email, user name and password. The next setup page is interesting because you have 4 options to choose from. Three are 3 paid options and the last is free.
    account.png 1. The first paid option enables real-time quotes for stocks and options for $14.99 per month which is definitely worth considering if you want a realistic simulator. 2. The second paid option is called the premier trader bundle and includes the real time package plus some really nice extras. Some of the extras include protected stops using Smart Stops . Ability to create up to 5 portfolios instead of just the one. Access to Zacks buy and sell recommendations plus technical analysis charting using Recognia technology. 3. The final paid option will cost you $39.99 per month and include all of the features from the premier trader bundle. This third option is known as the elite trader bundle. The extra features in the bundle enable 100% trade transparency with the community. You are able to see every trade other top traders make and will receive tops from the top 10 traders in the community daily. $39.99 might seem like a lot of money but it is nothing compared to the money you could lose if youre jumped straight into the markets without first mastering your skills in a professional market game. Additionally you might even make money from prizes on Wall Street Survivor with the knowledge this package provides. 4. The fourth option is the free stock market simulator Wall Street Survivor provides and will be the primary focus for the rest of this review. The last setup page has some special offers that are worth taking a look at, especially the offer for free credit from The Spartan Trader.
    Trading stocks and options is simple with WSS. Just browse to the trade page from the main horizontal menu. You need to make sure that you now select the correct portfolio before you place a trade. If you forget to select the targeted portfolio for this trade then you will not be happy, especially if you start practicing a trading strategy in your real contest account. There are a medium amount of trading options; these include shorting, covering, duration, market orders, limit orders and stop orders. Free accounts currently also have stop loss recommendations from smartstops.net. By far one of coolest and most unique things about WSS is the ability to incorporate option trading strategies into your portfolio. You are able implement a simple, spread, covered call or protective put strategy automatically. Its also possible to create all kinds of crazy option strategies like condors, straddles, etc using combinations of simple option trades.
    people.png There are 2 additional fun gimmicky market games on WSS The first is Bullseye Jackpot where players can sign up to guess the closing price of the hot stock of the day. The exact guess wins the jackpot. If no one guesses exactly then the jackpot rolls over to the next day. The second game is guess the next tick. The game description is in the name really.
    type.png There are 3 different types of portfolios available on Wall Street Survivor that all begin with a $100,000 account balance. These are the $100K Contest Stock Portfolios, Option Contest Portfolios and a Permanent Portfolio. The first two portfolio types can have up to two portfolios associated with them while you can only have one permanent portfolio. You can add, delete, rename and reset your portfolios from the 'My Portfolios' tab. All of your portfolios are automatically leveraged by a factor of 2. So all your portfolios are simulated margin accounts. Cash balance will begin at $100k but buying power will be $200k.
    Courses available at a price
    realrewards.png Weekly $150 for first place performance and multiple $500 monthly awards depending on trades placed. Daily prizes as well.
  • imageFeatures
    balance.png $100,000
    market.png USA
    age.png 1990
    Been around a long time
    Yes
    realrewards.png Yes
    $300 First place
    Yes
    Courses available at a price
    people.png 1000000
    Yes
    Web
    Market Order
    type.png Yes
    charts and other nice tracking features
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