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Are Stock-Market Games Turning Teens Into Risky Investors?

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Every year, more than a million U.S. high-school students learn about investing through stock-picking games. But what do these games really teach? WSJ’s Jason Zweig explains the shortfalls of traditional stock-market games, and teacher Mike Scanlan describes the different approach his school is taking.

Further Reading

What Teenagers Really Learn From Stock-Market Games  

Current Baker Scholar and Alumnus Partner to Improve High School Investors Club 

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