Friday, April 9, 2004

Stock Market Game



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With just one week to go, Triple CP from Seven Hills School expanded its lead in the Stock Market Game - up from just $770 to $2,357 over its closest rival, Team 1248 from Anderson High School. Triple CP's largest investment, Taser International Inc. (TASR), gained 18.5 percent since last week.

But Team 1248 at Anderson saw its primary investment, Magal Security Systems (MAGS), soar 54.4 percent in the last week - putting the group up from fourth to second place.

The 10-week Stock Market Game is a Wall Street competition where players make simulated investments in real companies. Each team starts with an imaginary $100,000.

In the middle school division, The Lone Moneymaker from Lakota Plains Junior High regained its lead - but less than $2,000 separates the top three teams, all students from Becky Falato's class.

J. Sapitro held the lead in the adult division for the fifth straight week. The Liberty Township resident still has an open short position in Goodys Family Clothing (GDYS).

Amy Higgins




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