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Can anyone reccomend a good paper trading website?

Asked by LKidKyle1985 (6545 points ) April 6th, 2009

I did a google search and it seems like i come across a lot of sites that want you to pay them for paper trading. So does anyone know of a good paper trading site that is free and has good software? and no I am too lazy to just pen and paper this stuff lol

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gailcalled's avatar

What is paper trading? Do you mean investing on-line?

LKidKyle1985's avatar

No, I mean like, a web site that lets you invest fake money into real stocks, then based on how they do in the real world you gain money or lose it. Its a good way to practice the stock market before risking real money. They call it paper trading.

gailcalled's avatar

Just Google “hypothetical portfolio.” Yahoo, Morningstar, Charles Schwab, Excite.com and others let you.

steven's avatar

well there is lots of option available with such feature you just need to ask Mr. Google i am sure you will find thousands of appropriate sites.

Kraigmo's avatar

For paper trading or stock simulation use these sites:

Here’s my favorite one:
http://simulator.investopedia.com/

Sometimes its down though. Here’s another: http://www.howthemarketworks.com/trading/index.php

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