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The Motley Fool's Buy Low, Sell High Board Game


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  • Players try to outtrade, outmanuever, and outplay their fellow investors on their way to riches and fame in the stock market
  • The most Foolish choices will win the game and perhaps go down as the greatest investor that the world has ever seen
  • Remember: Buy Low and Sell High
  • 2-4 players; 60 minutes playing time
  • Ages 12+
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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 3 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0009JKGOC
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #346,825 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Dump retail! Buy technology! Buy it all! No, wait? sell technology!! Sell! AAARGH!! In The Motley Fool's Buy Low Sell High, players try to outtrade, outmanuever, and outplay their fellow investors on their way to riches and fame in the stock market. Who will be the richest Fool on Wall Street? Stocks rise and fall according to demand -- and other less predictable factors. The player that makes the wisest? ahem, the most Foolish choices will win the game and perhaps go down as the greatest investor that the world has ever seen. Or, at least... your game table. Remember: Buy Low and Sell High. It's just that simple. Whoever is best at doing this will, as in our world at large, have more fun!

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Raciborski on February 24, 2011
Card driven, i.e. you know the distribution, stock market game. There are three stocks, oil very stable, retail in the middle, and tech which can go up and down the most. As I say since it is card driven, you know the distribution, you can use this info, along with the cards discarded face up and the other players stock markers ( indicators of the stocks they owned) to help you decide which cards to pay to influence how the stocks move, the pay out of each stock at the end of the round. Plays well with two, very well with 3, with 4 it is OK. Three players is the sweet spot. It is a short play game, 3 rounds in 30 minutes, which is good. This game would not work if long and involved. Typical Reiner Knizia game, simple, short, and sweet. The publisher is out of business so this has to be NOS, worth picking up as a light weight filler. If the card distribution bothers you, not sure why, poker, black jack has the same issues, try Owner's Choice by Z-Man Games. Yeah it is dice driven, I am no fan of dice games, but, this one works well, is a lot of fun. This game because of the cards, the information you have, is more thinking, then with the dice. You do get a lesson of supply and demand with this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Minnie on November 10, 2011
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This game is a fun and educational game about the stock market, and how it works. We totally took a chance on it because we like stock-like games. It's one of our favorites now. We love this game. It's simple enough that younger people can play, but it's still entertaining and challenging enough for adults to love it as well. If you can't decide... You should buy it!
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We are reading the Motley Fools Investment Guide. I recommend both for teens to prepare them for life in the adult world. Recommend for both for adults, too.
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By Holly T on July 21, 2013
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I bought this game for my classroom. We play The Stock Market Game in my classroom and I needed some activities to support and teach the kids about the stock market. This games was purchased along with several others for rainy day activities. It was one of the more popular games among the kids. They enjoyed playing it and I liked that they were learning along the way.
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