Our Sponsor School - Update

If you've been following the Trader's Blog for the last few years, you are probably very familiar with our sponsor school, Stevenson High in Lincolnshire, Illinois. Their Economics Team has been using MarketClub to assist in their research for stock trading competitions. I frequently receive updates from the instructor regarding the students progress, successes and struggles. Please see the message I received yesterday...

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Lindsay,

I wanted to give you an update on our latest competition. Well, we are not doing too badly. One of our teams is in 11th place and another is in 22nd place in the Illinois competition. Both teams follow MarketClub religiously and the results are self explanatory.

Now, the 2 other teams refer to MarketClub on occasion but do not follow the signals. These two teams are in the 50-60 placement range. It sure looks like using MarketClub pays.

Additionally, we have been invited to participate in a national competition which began last Monday. It is too early to give you an update but one will be forthcoming soon.

Thanks again for your help.

Sincerely,

*Teacher's name removed for privacy*
Adlai E. Stevenson High School
Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069

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Hope you enjoy these updates and we send best wishes to the club for their current stock trading competition.

Best,

Lindsay Bittinger
INO.com & MarketClub

4 thoughts on “Our Sponsor School - Update

  1. It is good that Market Club is providing this resource, a form of corporate social investment!.
    It would be interesting to hear the stories from the pupils (synonymously of course) about their impressions and their 'learnings'. Nothing better than having sharp young people analyse a system...

    "Prof"

  2. Good to see your school gives guidance or instruction on financial mngt., investments, and related topics. The Instructor who wrote the comment said: " One of our teams is in 11th place and another is in 22nd place"

    Kindly advise "11th of how many ? "[Wondered same thing re the team currently 22nd). We look fwd to hearing further. It would also be interesting to know what other sources (the top 3 for example) that you or your teams regard as useful. (

    Adam Okhai
    pres., etc.
    TLC: The Learning Companies Group / Learning World
    TLC does not produce or provide instructional materials to any pre-university institution. This enquiry is personal)

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