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I would like to make two more suggestions before I go back to work:

#1- This game should more easily integrate into the newsletters, so that people can classify themselves as "Rule Breakers" or "Inside Value" and measure their own performance on that basis. In it's current iteration, this game focuses too much on the bottom line performance; however, I think that people would be more easily able to identify with their peer group. For example, I think that the "Inside Value" folks have a totally different investment approach than the "Hidden Gems" folks.

#2- Is there any way to increase the scope of the game to include other types of investments, such as bonds, savings accounts, etc? That way, someone's profile could be representative of their entire approach to personal finance and not just their ability as a stock picker.

#3 bonus suggestion- Can we PLEASE create a profile for that guy who does Mad Money and have someone track all of his buy and sell recommendations? I would really love to be able to prove to all of my friends that I am a much better investor than the Mad Money guy and his opinions should not be taken seriously.
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