|Number of Playes||6|
|Item model number||0|
|Product Dimensions||31.12 x 5.72 x 36.83 cm|
Daytrader: A Financial Board Game
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There is a lot of luck involved in this game but there is enough strategy to feel like you're at least PARTLY in control. And it's fun! Buying/selling stock, working (up the corporate ladder to CEO maybe), when to sell, when to buy and those awful "chance" cards that are either a spectacular windfall for you or dead broke (it seems) makes for smiles or groans. And don't forget taxes.
Somehow this equals fun! The person with the most money doesn't necessarily win. The person who retires (and meets several criteria) is the winner. And retiring isn't as easy as it sounds.
I especially like that the game last for as little as an hour and MAYBE up to 2 hours plus a bit. Most of our games (3 peeps) are around one and one-half hours.
The only con we've seen after playing 6 games is some of the cards aren't totally clear. The explanation and reference book of rules is clear, concise, and easy to find answers. The cards, sometimes, raise a question that isn't explained anywhere - so we made up our own rule. That worked just fine.
LOVE this game! Great for family game night!
Most games I've played take around 30 minutes as the instructions describe. Adding more people generally extends the game time just because of each person having to roll.
Only downside is that the $3million retirement requirement is really low. Changing this value will increase/decrease the the game time.
This game is optimal for 3-4 people to play. It takes about an hour to play the game, which is a good length of time. We love it!
I think there is a lot of scope to make this game more complex as the kids get older. Such as adding in a boom sector where that sector gets double pay and value and bust sector where the sector gets half pay and value.
The winner of the game has to have a retirement card, 3M+ and sell all stocks however we had a situation where the winner had retirement card, 3M+ and also had several stocks on hand. This seems like a better option for true retirement where you hold onto the stocks with a 3M+ Cash.
Kids loved the game, esp when they get to become a CEO of the company.
I think the quality of the paper money could of been better quality.
When buying a stock, we we should note down the buy value so we know the profit made when sold. Maybe add in some grid paper so you an track your stock portfolio.