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  Saturday, April 25,2015  

WELCOME TO MR. BIGSHOT ... the Bodacious, award winning Stock Market Game. 

Mr. Bigshot is working to create the best Financial Literacy App on the planet, and we have some "Big Wow" updates planned. Stay tuned for updates.



The Lessons of the $8 Million Janitor - Barry Ritholtz, Washington Post

Next Bubble Is A Matter of If Not When - Dunstan Prial, Fox Business

Here's How To Win Arguments Every Time - Travis Bradberry, Forbes

5 Industries Heading Toward a 'Napster Moment' - Mike Maddock, Forbes

"I'm Not Crazy, I'm Scared" - Richard Breslow, Zero Hedge

A Simple Savings Tactic Can Boost Nest Eggs - Sharon Epperson, CNBC

Have We Seen the End of 8-Hour Work Day? - Nathan Schneider, Nation

If Bill Gross Is Right, Then It's Armageddon - Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg

What the 'Three Little Pigs' Say About Lazy Millenials - Bill Coplin, CNBC

An Exclusive Look Inside Four Seasons' Jet - Jennifer Parker, Bloomberg




  Sunday, March 29,2015  

The BUZZ about Mr. Bigshot

Washington Post: Mr. Bigshot is actually rather fun. This stock market game isn't too complicated and, in a basic way, simulates individual stock investing.

Kiplinger's: “It's tough to create products that are both educational and entertaining. In the games category, Mr. Bigshot comes up a winner.”

Wall Street Journal:  “This is one investing game that’s educational and entertaining. Kids can learn more about how financial markets work and begin to understand stocks better."

GameSpy: “The game has crisp graphics and rich colors …The desire to win takes hold quickly, and no matter who you're playing against, all you want is to come out on top.”

Businessweek.: “You can't turn back the clock, but you can play Mr. Bigshot, a game that lets you act out some of those investment fantasies while learning about trading stocks.”

Bloomberg: “Mr. Bigshot induces that feeling of agonized anticipation so beloved of traders and speculators.”


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