Introduction
Quickstart Tutorial

    The Beginning

    As a new trader, you have X$20,000 in your account, it's your responsibility to make sure your account is in positive, or you will have to contact game admin to unlock you.

    How Markets Work

    Share prices are determined by supply and demand of real players, and players are most likely motivated to invest in a particular stock because it is paying good dividends. As a result, attractive dividend payouts usually result in higher share price.

    On the contrary, stock which does not pay dividends will not attract much attention (hence has lower share price) because traders would be better off by investing in other stocks instead of sitting on this "dead" duck.

    Entering the market

    While you are free to buy any shares listed in the stock exchange, it is recommended that you pick stocks which you have at least some interest/knowledge.

    For example, if you don't know anything about Formula 1, it is unlikely you can make an educated guess who is going to win (and pays dividend).

    Offer To Buy

    When share price is higher than what you believe it should be, you may submit a buy-listing at your desired asking price, once someone is willing to sell at your asking price, shares will be sold to you.

    Offer To Sell

    When share price is lower than what you believe it should be, you may submit a sell-listing at your desired asking price, once someone is willing to buy at your asking price, shares will be bought from you.

    Brokerage Fee

    All transactions attract a Brokerage Fee of 1%.

    Shareholding Limit

    Normal traders are restricted to a maximum shareholding of 20,000 shares per stock.

    Dividend Payouts

    Each market has its own way of determining if dividends will be paid and how much will be paid.

    You are advised to review market information regularly.

Markets & Dividends
Market Board
Activities
Listing & De-Listing
Cheating
Hall Of Fame
FAQs