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This is a game that allows the student to invest in four stocks. The price rises and falls after the students advances... see more

The "Good Calculators" project is a group of high functioning online calculators which have been carefully programmed to... see more

"InvestorWords is a free, comprehensive investing glossary. Over 5,000 definitions are included, with links between... see more

On MSN's Money Central site under the Investing category there is a Portfolio Manager. This Portfolio Manager allows you... see more

In the Venture Capital Game, student entrepeneur teams raise money from venture capitalists and invest money in... see more

Be a financial professional at Tanro, Inc. a lawnmower manufacturer, and plan the introduction of a new electric mower... see more

Explains the basics of investing in mutual funds and describes related library resources. Based on a workshop developed... see more

The purpose of this calculator is to provide calculations and details for bond valuation problems. This particular... see more

It presents a solution algorithm for a large class of problems with linear constraints and a continuous objective... see more

Using interractive approach to find beest mutual funds based on 20 different criteria: fund category, returns, expenses,... see more

We often face investment decisions, whether in our personal lives or our jobs. Investment projects involve payments at... see more

Every day, billions of stocks are traded on the New York Stock Exchange alone. But with over 43,000 companies listed on... see more

In the 1600s, the Dutch East India Company employed hundreds of ships to trade goods around the globe. In order to fund... see more

Short selling lets investors bet against a stock, profiting when it falls in price. But how exactly does a short work?... see more

Lively and colorful, this site describes the buying and selling of commodities in general and the New York Mercantile... see more

This graph shows the basic ingredients of an investment program: starting principal, regular additions, and an annually... see more

TeachMeFinance.com is a free educational website. It contains a wealth of information including videos explaining a... see more

Statistical studies over the last forty-five years show that, although there are success stories, very many mergers and... see more

This timely and insightful collection of essays written by economists from a range of academic and policy institutes... see more

This simulation tutorial from the eLearning Developer's Journal includes full source code. It teaches you step-by-step... see more

Learn how to invest with these investing books for beginners. NOTE: Not all of the books listed are free. If there is one... see more

There are 17 tips to investing well, learned from the volatile world of risky penny stocks, that you can use to change up... see more

A JavaScript that computes expected values, variances, standard deviations, covariance, and beta parameters for bivariate... see more

This is an advanced professional course intended for individuals working in banks, investment companies, stock brokers or... see more