Good Paper Trading Simulator

Discussion in 'Trading Software' started by PinkBunny, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. I know IB has a good simulator but they require an account and that costs $100/year minimum (they don't pay interest on anything under $10k, the bastards). Google Finance would suffice except they don't even allow me to short a stock.

    Ideally I'd like a simulation program that lets me place in fake stops and profit targets, short and buy stocks, and even more ideally other commodities, but I'm most concerned with shorting stocks.

    And I don't want to shell out green.
  2. nkhoi


  3. Rong


    Try investopedia there simulation games and also you can make your own game and select shorted stocks. I know because I shorted RIMM a month ago but I will wait ( no money involved)