Play money assignment, Financial Accounting

This assignment requires you to pretend you have $10,000 to invest for 4 weeks.  You are to "invest" this money in stocks or mutual funds and to track your investments on a weekly basis for four weeks. I suggest you pick 5 different stocks or funds to follow.  I would like you to keep track of the weekly changes in the value of your investments and then write up a short report on

 a) why you selected the investments you did

 b) if there were any noteworthy news events or economic events that impacted the prices of your investments during this period and to show your gain of loss for the period.and 

 c) to compare your investments performance to the performance of the S&P 500 index during this period.  

 

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