Creator Samir Lyons refers to it as “the trading floor on your dining room table.” We consider it a safer alternative to actual day-trading. The object of the game is to earn $3 million in cash and have a retirement stock card. First one to do so wins. After that, it gets a little more complicated, but not so much that you can’t figure it out, folks.
Unlike with real life, all players start with no job and the same opportunities. What happens from there is up to you. (Ah, if only real life were so simple.) The one rule that this does share, however, is this: buy low, sell high. Remember that, and you should be well on your way to bragging rights (in the game and real life).
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