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  1. 14/20 but should rly be like 14/1
  2. 20/20 Welcome to the gang. Referred List: chang, Rayne, zebra, daniel, KID Fearless, Dark Falcon, The Ben, Mr Eagle, cookie eater, chaos4499, Lux, sweetrock, Dakka, xmen, Rock, Sakarra, noah, booch, bulletford, ROOTBEER
  3. https://www.investopedia.com/accounts/login.aspx?returnurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.investopedia.com%2Fsimulator%2Fgame%2Fjoingame.aspx%3FGID%3D477266%26PW%3Dsgmoneys%26RegLink%3DSimulator_Invite_Private The final edition of the sG Wallstreet games. If you're ever interested in a paper account for stockmarket investments (whether it's to prepare/practice for irl investments or just to see how a bet would go on a company suddenly making headlines), join us here to see how you do against other sG members. This game will never end and players are free to reset their cash back to the initial amount ($10k) if they choose to, meaning you're free to try out a strategy, revise it if it goes wrong, then try again. Sure some people could abuse this and reset forever until they get a good gain but I honestly encourage this -- they'll learn a lot from resetting so much . Options are enabled for the first time in our games and I highly suggest reading into them if you aren't sure of what they are. We're using Investopedia's simulator, which is really good at providing information to people new to trading inside the actual game, something that would've been helpful in the first few games. If you were turned off from the previous games due to not knowing what to do, I highly suggest giving it another shot as this simulator/game is actually a really good learning tool. I've also listed a bunch of links below to help (and also check out more investopedia links if you're interested).
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