You heard correctly! We have a huge library of research tools available for your class as well, including: Detailed quotes, charts, and news for every stock Analyst ratings and historical prices Income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements going back 5 years SEC filings and company information Sector analysis tool showing the biggest companies Read More…

It depends! From the student’s perspective, using just one contest means they will see their rankings across both sections. If the students know each other, this can be a great way to promote competition. On the other hand, creating separate contests for each class will help you keep your records separate, since you will have Read More…

We take personal data very seriously. To use HTMW, all we require is students to choose a username and password, and provide their first name (so you as the teacher know which username belongs to which student). All other fields, like last name, email address, and age are entirely optional (however, if students do not Read More…

Absolutely! We have two ways to do this. First, when you create your class, we have a rule “Do you want to let your students reset their portfolios”. If you choose yes, all of your students can reset their portfolios at any time back to the starting position. If you do not let students reset Read More…

Once you set up your class contest, we will give you a unique registration link to share with your students. Clicking this link (while not already logged in) will take your students to the Registration Page, where they will create their username and password, and join into your class. If your students register on their Read More…

It depends on your class! The first time you use HTMW, you should probably allocate about an hour a week of in-class computer time as you get familiar with the website, and familiar with the types of questions your students ask. Once you are more comfortable with managing your class, you can reduce the amount Read More…

We keep HTMW free by having sponsorships from the brokerage industry throughout the site. However, we do have an ad-free version available that features more standards-aligned lessons AND a personal budgeting, banking, credit and debt financial literacy game on our PersonalFinanceLab.com site. PersonalFinanceLab also features more security types like bonds and mutual funds, more teacher Read More…