The Stock Market Game

Connect students to the global economy
with virtual investing and real-world learning.

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What is The Stock Market Game?

Teachers consistently tell us about the positive influence our programs have on their students. The educational impact of the SIFMA Foundation's Stock Market Game™ is unmatched, with proven increases in student attendance, engagement and class participation, and improved academic performance and financial behavior.

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Bring your classroom to life.

Request a financial industry guest speaker today to bring the world of finance and capital markets to your students through the SIFMA Foundation's Invest It Forward™ initiative.

Grow with your students.

Build a fundamental understanding of investing while providing students with real-world skills and practice in math, English language arts, economics, social studies, and other subjects.

Plan your students' SMG experience using the Teacher Support Center, a searchable library of curriculum resources, lesson plans, assessments, and standards correlations.

Access easy-to-follow instructional guides, suggested lessons, activities, and projects for afterschool and homeschool participants.

Student-centric mobile apps.

Our mobile app works in conjunction with student team portfolios, engaging students in meaningful second-screen experiences. Sync with standard SMG portfolios' current Account Summary, Pending Transactions, Transaction Notes, and market news information. Allow teams to look up ticker symbols and enter trades.

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What's New?

SIFMA and the SIFMA Foundation Kick-Off the 13th Annual Stock Market Game™-Capitol Hill Challenge: Washington, DC, February 1, 2016-SIFMA and the SIFMA Foundation today kicked-off the 13th annual Stock Market Game™ -Capitol Hill Challenge (CHC). Read More

NorthJersey.com: Passaic Valey students top stock market competition yet again LITTLE FALLS - Passaic Valley High School (PVHS) students proved their business sense once again by winning the New Jersey Fall 2015 Stock Market Competition. Read More

Chicago Tribune: From the Community:Joilet Central High School Students Showcase Investment Portfolios: Joliet Central High School Economics students gained relevant financial experience when they showcased their investment portfolios to a community panel on December 10. Read More

The Stock Market Game works.

We have the results to back it up.

Thank you to all of our supporters.

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To get started in the SMG program, register today. The
registration wizard provides essential information on program
requirements and important dates.

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