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    The new IIC site has gone live! New features are added everyday. The expected stable date: 1st August 08

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    The Game
    OCBC Stock Challenge 2008 is an online competition in which participants, either individually or in teams of up to 4 people, sweats it out over a period of three weeks, beginning on the 6th September 2008.

    Using OCBC Securities’ sophisticated platform, the virtual game simulates realistically real-time stock environment with a starting capital of SGD 100,000.
    Adrenaline-pumping thrills aside, the practical nature arms you with the chance to apply theoretical and technical knowledge and real evaluation of much-touted “investment tips”, without real financial losses.


    All University, Polytechnic and Junior College/Institutions students are welcome to sign up for it. You can chose to form a team of 2to 4 people, or simply fight for the top spot in the Individual category.

    Feel free to form an inter-school team and get your peers from any school to join you in the game.

    Attractive prizes to be won!

    Stock Challenge 2008 Prizes
    Individual Category
    ChampionSGD 1000
    First Runner-upSGD 800
    Second Runner-upSGD 500
    Fourth & Fifth PrizeSGD 150 each
    Consolation (8 Winners)SGD 80 each
    Team Category
    ChampionSGD 2000
    First Runner-upSGD 1500
    Second Runner-upSGD 1000
    Fourth & Fifth PrizeSGD 300 each
    Consolation (5 Teams)SGD 100 each
    Most Number of Participants for JCsChallenge Trophy

    Cashflow is a board game simulating the real rat race these days. In this boardgame rat race, the group of 6 individual players must either earn the most money or get out of the rat race, in order to score more points. Eventually, the player with the most number of points wins.

    Created by Robert Kiyosaki, with the recent outbreak of increasing financial management problemsh with Singapore youths today, this National Cashflow Competition is allows everybody to discover about financial management in a creative and fun manner.

    Join the competition now!

    Young Investor Pack

    The Young Investor Pack (YIP) is an initiative by OCBC Securities, in collaboration with Invest Cube (I-Cube), in response to the needs of the growing student investors segment. YIP consists of a trading account & platform that is linked to a trove of tools to help the young investors start trading. These include seminars, free trades, the young investor booklet, investment magazines etc.

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    IIC in the News

    The YIP was a mega success which attracted over 1000 participants and wonderful comments from the various media and press.

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