Gibson Financial Planning Stock Market Game
Gibson Financial Planning will be giving away $200 to the most successful investor.
All you must do is sign up for this Stock Market Game, where you get 100K virtual cash to invest in the real-time stock market. The person with the most money gets a $50 Gift Card to a small business at the end of every quarter. The sooner you sign up, the better your chances to pick stocks and start investing.
•January, February, and March (Q1) $50 Go(o)d Company gift card
•April, May, and June (Q2) $50 gift card TBD
•July, August, and September (Q3) $50 gift card TBD
•October, November, and December (Q4) $50 gift card TBD
GAME NAME: Gibson Financial Planning
What better way to learn about the Stock Market than to invest with $100K Virtual Capital!!!! Gibson Financial Planning offers you a chance to learn about the benefits of the Stock Market while removing ALL RISK associated with the Market!!! For weeks I’ve been hearing Plumbers, Hairdressers, Mechanics, Sales Associates, and Art Teachers give expert investment advice that’s inaccurate. Last time I checked, the best way to learn how to ride a bike is by practicing riding a bike, Correct? You wouldn’t allow a Professional Chef to perform knee replacement surgery on you. So why allow others outside of the Financial Service Industry to give you advice on the Market?
Put your Legacy in your own hands and learn while having fun! What this Stock Market Game will do is give you the tools to make the right decisions, guidelines on how to follow the market, submit trades in a virtual environment before you start risking your own capital.
What is Gibson Financial Planning Stock Market Game?
The online stock market game, easy-to-use programs that imitate the real-life workings of the equities markets. Players pick to purchase; most of the stocks are available on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Nasdaq, and the American Stock Exchange (AMEX).
Most online stock simulators try to match real-life circumstances and actual performance as much as possible. Many even charge broker fees and commissions. These charges can significantly affect an investor’s bottom line, and including these in simulated trading helps users learn to factor these costs in when making purchasing decisions. Along the way, you’ll also learn the basics of finance and learn the basic terminology of investing, such as momentum trading, shorts, and P/E ratios.