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Students' investment in financial education pays off

A stock simulation teaches them vital principles and offers bragging rights, too

By Toni Takeno
Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 20, 2013

~~<p>It's not too early for Hawaii students to learn about finances because what they grasp now will last them a lifetime.</p>
<p>That's the attraction of the Hawaii Stock Market Simulation, an interactive program that allows students to manage their own financial portfolio by buying and selling stocks at real-time prices.</p>
~~

It's not too early for Hawaii students to learn about finances because what they grasp now will last them a lifetime.

That's the attraction of the Hawaii Stock Market Simulation, an interactive program that allows students to manage their own financial portfolio by buying and selling stocks at real-time prices. Login for more...



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