Stock Market Challenge


The Florida Stock Market Challenge is an exciting way to engage your elementary, middle or high school students while presenting lessons across the curriculum…economics, social studies, math, science. Established more than 20 years ago, the Florida Stock Market Challenge gives K-12 students the opportunity to participate in an online investment simulation and manage a hypothetical $100,000 investment portfolio.

Students throughout the state compete for the best portfolio performance and are awarded prizes at the end of both the Fall and Spring semesters. This program is easily integrated into a variety of subject areas, including social studies, mathematics, and language art classes.

Click Here to See a List of the SMC Fall 2015 Winners
Click Here to See a List of the  Spring 2016 Winners


Download The Brochure!


New to the CHALLENGE? 

The Florida Council is pleased to offer a 3-part webinar series designed to help you and your students get the most out of the Florida Stock Market Challenge. Sessions covered the basics of investing, Common Core Standards, how to use Newspapers in Education, and much more. Watch any or all of the 3 sessions, it’s up to you! All webinars are available below.

Watch the Webinars

For complete details on the 3-part webinar series, CLICK HERE!

Did you miss a session? Don’t worry, you can watch them here! Simply complete the form below and you will receive an email with a link to all 3 sessions.

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Register Your Students

To register your students or to learn more visit 

Download Press Release Template

To download a Press Release template to send to area news outlets click here 

Become A Sponsor

For information on Program Sponsorship opportunities, please call us at 813-289-8489.


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