You must choose at least 3 different stocks to follow, but no more than 5!
    You will have a maximum of $5000.00 to invest in your stocks. You must choose stocks
    from the NYSE, Nasdaq, or AMEX. Choose your stocks wisely because you will not be able
    to sell them until the end!
    You should not pick more than one stock from each category. Pick from the following categories:
    • Retail (examples:Toys & Games/Clothing/Shoes/Transportation Companies)
    • Food & Restaurants (examples:McDonalds/Hershey/Coca Cola/General Mills/Kellogg)
    • Technology (examples:Dell/Sony/AOL Time Warner)
    • Entertainment (examples:Blockbuster/Disney/Warner Brothers/Pixar)
    • Pharmaceutical (examples:Pfizer/Novartis/Merck)
    • Oldies but Goodies (examples:Johnson & Johnson/General Electric/Exxon Mobil)

    This website has some great information and recommendations from which you can choose!
    1. www.themint.org/teens/what-is-the-stock-market.html   
      What is the Stock Market? Ways to Invest; Risk Vs. Rewards; Play. The Compounding Calculator; The Power of 72 Calculator;
    2. valuestockguide.com/investing-for-teens
      Investing for teens helps in learning new and important skills for the future. Learn how teenagers can start investing in the stock market.
    3. www.marketwatch.com/game/stock-market-for-teens   
      Stock Market for teens - Free stock market game with community trading discussion, player rank, profiles, earnings game.
    To look up symbols and charts for prospective stocks:
     Go to http://biz.yahoo.com/r/
    You may also want use Yahoo finance to check some Market Data, and do some further some researching before finalizing your choices.
     Once you choose your stocks, you can use Yahoo.com to  https://www.yahoo.com/ track its progress. Select the
     ‘finance’ icon on the left menu. Enter your stocks symbol or name to get the previous close price to enter in your spreadsheet.

    Class Resources: Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
    Day 5 - 9
    Final Stock Report with Graphs