We provide a small sample of \"sample trading sessions\" in our software to help you get a feel of the W$R'. These include: fictitious trading start dates on April 24th and 26th of 2001, trading as of April 28th, 2002 and April 30th, 2003. All the trading information shown in the above screenshots were simulated by our software, and were based on price and (option) volatility data from past history of Wall Street Raider games (not the real-life data). These sample trading sessions showed the huge benefits that algorithmic traders can derive from W$R'.
The demo version of Wall Street Raider has a 2-year, 3-month, and 2-week time limit. The full version allows you to play as long as you want. We have been running the full version of Wall Street Raider in a continuous mode for 18 months now, and took an extended holiday break for August/September of 2005 and each January for the last 4 years. Our current allocation is (roughly) 50% technical analysis (predicting future price) and 50% fundamental analysis (assessing company strengths). We rarely make trades based on technical analysis, unless the technical analysis is so compelling that it is a clear ``buy-and-hold'' investment. (We actually prefer to be evenly distributed among the two, because we do not want to be reliant on one approach more than the other.) 7211a4ac4a