UpDown.com, the online community that allows young people to practice investing , has partnered with Young Money to power YoungMoney.com’s “Stock Market Game.”
“We’re very excited about sharing our technology with Young Money’s online audience,” said Michael Reich, CEO and co-founder of UpDown.com. “The UpDown.com trading simulation and contest platform is a powerful tool for increasing engagement on finance and investing websites.”
Ben Levy, CEO of Young Money, says that “UpDown.com’s trading platform is a perfect fit for Young Money. We believe that it will help us fulfill our goal of creating entertaining ways to promote financial literacy.”
The Young Money “Stock Market Game” features real-time trading simulation and multiple contests. Beginning investors can practice stock market trading, compete with friends and investors, and even win real money.
UpDown.com is a free community for investors that allows members to practice trading in a lifelike brokerage simulation. By participating in the community, UpDown.com members learn the ins and outs of Wall Street by investing $1,000,000 in virtual money. UpDown.com also provides a platform for investors to improve their financial analysis skills by sharing stock tips with other members.
For more information, visit UpDown.com and YoungMoney.com
UpDown.com is an online community that allows young people to practice investing. Unlike traditional investing sites, UpDown.com allows members to share stock ideas with their friends and even host their own investment contests. UpDown.com aggregates the trades and opinions of over 100,000 members and generates valuable insight into individual stocks, sectors, and the entire market.
About Young Money
Headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, YOUNG MONEY® was launched in 1999 to change the way young adults earn, manage, invest and spend money. As a leading national money, business and lifestyle magazine written primarily by student journalists, YOUNG MONEY specifically focuses on money management, entrepreneurship, careers, investing, technology, travel, entertainment and automotive topics. For more information, please visit www.youngmoney.com .