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If you are currently playing in a contest, or if you have signed up for an account previously, click here to log in. This will take you into the stock-trading platform.


new players

Start Your Portfolio

If you are joining PwP for the first time, you'll need to register for a contest and answer a few easy questions.

Select Your Contest

Whether you're a brand-new investor or a seasoned professional, we've got a contest for you. We host multiple challenges throughout the year, which allows us to group players with similar skill levels.

You must choose a contest to begin registration:

 

student contest — high school Learn about investing and compete against other high schools. Entry fee is $20 (all for charity).  • Registration opens one month before contest begins • Get a nudge when registration opens • See list of participating schools • Be your school's ambassador  

student contest — high school

Learn about investing and compete against other high schools. Entry fee is $20 (all for charity). 
• Registration opens one month before contest begins
• Get a nudge when registration opens
• See list of participating schools
• Be your school's ambassador

 

classic contest — novice For inexperienced investors. Begins in January and runs for one year. Entry fee is $100 (all for charity). • Registration opens one month before contest begins • Get a nudge when registration opens • Read the rules • See past winners

classic contest — novice

For inexperienced investors. Begins in January and runs for one year. Entry fee is $100 (all for charity).
• Registration opens one month before contest begins
• Get a nudge when registration opens
• Read the rules
• See past winners

student contest — college Learn about investing and compete against other colleges. Entry fee is $20 (all for charity).  • Registration opens one month before contest begins • Get a nudge when registration opens • See list of participating schools • Be your school's ambassador  

student contest — college

Learn about investing and compete against other colleges. Entry fee is $20 (all for charity). 
• Registration opens one month before contest begins
• Get a nudge when registration opens
• See list of participating schools
• Be your school's ambassador

 

classic contest — professional Minimum 2 years investing experience. Begins in January and runs for one year. Entry fee is $1,000 (all for charity). • Registration opens one month before contest begins • Get a nudge when registration opens • Read the rules • See past winners  

classic contest — professional

Minimum 2 years investing experience. Begins in January and runs for one year. Entry fee is $1,000 (all for charity).
• Registration opens one month before contest begins
• Get a nudge when registration opens
• Read the rules
• See past winners

 

custom contest Start your own competition. Challenge your friends and colleagues. These are great for team building. • You choose when it starts and ends • You choose the entry fee (all for charity) • Sponsorship opportunities available • Start a custom contest today  

custom contest

Start your own competition. Challenge your friends and colleagues. These are great for team building.
• You choose when it starts and ends
• You choose the entry fee (all for charity)
• Sponsorship opportunities available
• Start a custom contest today

 

classic contest — master class Invitation only. Begins in January and runs for one year. Entry fee is $10,000 (all for charity). • Invite only, for master level investors • Recommend a Master • Read the rules • See past winners  

classic contest — master class

Invitation only. Begins in January and runs for one year. Entry fee is $10,000 (all for charity).
• Invite only, for master level investors
Recommend a Master
• Read the rules
• See past winners

 

Get a Classic Nudge

We get it. You want to play in our annual Classic contest, but January is so far away. How will you remember? Sign up for a nudge and we'll remind you when registration opens.

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Meet the Winners

Whether a Master Class player or a high school student learning as you go, winners' pooled contributions have a tremendous impact. Below is a list of the Master, professional, novice and student players whose incredible success with their portfolios have helped some amazing causes.  

These players are the cream of the crop. They've won big and raised tons of money for their favorite charities (thank you).

 
 
 

2016
1st Place Winners


Mark Yusko
Master Class / +123.4%
$176,700 won for:
Meals on Wheels

 

Eric Fry
Professional / +140.48%
$46,800 won for:
The Roberto Clemente Health Clinic

 

Richard Porteous
Novice / +126.42%
$25,932 won for:
Notre Dame School of Dallas

 

Brett Kearney
Student / +27.12%
Columbia Business School
Won for:
St Jude Research Hospital

 

2015
1st Place Winners


Matthew Turk
Master Class / +87.04%
$112,500 won for:
Feeding America San Diego

 

Jonathan Rosenthal
Professional / +37.37%
$36,540 won for:
Center for Biological Diversity

 

Stephen Pierson
Novice / +56.80%
$37,884 won for: 
ArtBridge

 

2014
1st Place Winners


James Dinan
Master Class / +18.34%
$85,500 won for:
Museum of the City of New York

 

Matthew Turk
Professional / +79.75%
$41,520 won for:
Jett Foundation

 

Mitchell Weitz
Novice / +88.86%
$34,884 won for:
American Melanoma Foundation

 

2013
1st Place Winners


Doug Silverman
Master Class /  +103.72%
$66,000 won for: 
The Jericho Project

 

Andy Nahas
Professional / +132.77%
$33,000 won for:
Monroe Community Hospital

 

William Hennessey
Novice / +224.64%
$20,280 won for: 
ASPCA

2016
2nd Place Winners


David Einhorn
Master Class / +121.84%
$88,350 won for:
Convergence

 

John Labanowski
Professional / +127.44%
$23,400 won for:
Promise House

 

Karl Albrecht, CFA
Novice / +123.44%
$12,966 won for:
UPS for DownS

 

Luis Disla
Student / +25.02%
Fordham University
Won for:
St Jude Research Hospital

 

2015
2nd Place Winners


Andy Nahas
Master Class / +22.49%
$112,500 won for:
Reality Changers

 

Collin Walsh
Professional / +34.75
$18,270 won for:
Open Heart Magic

 

Kelly Hardeman
Novice / +50.65
$18,942 won for:
Human Rights Watch

 

2014
2nd Place Winners


Kyle Bass
Master Class /  +15.74%
$42,750 won for:
Troops First Foundation

 

Scott Pearl
Professional / +42.79%
$20,760 won for:
Teach for America (Philadelphia)

 

Troy VandenBosch
Novice / +49.95%
$17,442 won for:
Wounded Warrior Project

 

2013
2nd Place Winners


James Dinan
Master Class / +60.12%
$33,000 won for:
Museum of the City of New York

 

Emily Sanders
Professional / +99.61%
$16,500 won for:
Atlanta Women's Foundation

 

Jonathon Blackwell
Novice / +168.10%
$10,140 won for: 
Harlem Children's Zone

2016
3rd Place Winners


Reid Walker
Master Class / +120.74%
$29,450 won for:
Lemonade Day

 

Stephen Thomas
Professional / +125.28%
$7,800 won for:
Promise House

 

Chris Elliot
Novice / +112.68%
$4,322 won for:
Scottish Rite Hospital

 

Luca Rade
Student / +21.91%
Princeton University
Won for:
Against Malaria Foundation

 

2015
3nd Place Winners


James Dinan
Master Class / +11.36
$18,750 won for:
Museum of the City of New York

 

Paul Stamas
Professional / +34.07%
$6,090 won for:
Echoing Green

 

Chelsea Duran
Novice /  +49.41%
$6,314 won for:
Texas Exes, NY Chapter

 

2014
3rd Place Winners


Oscar Schafer
Master Class / +14.66%
$14,250 won for:
New York Common Pantry

 

Andrew Goldman
Professional / +32.94%
$6,920 won for:
Doctors Without Borders

 

Ram Vemuri
Novice / +44.22%
$5,814 won for:
Akshaya Patra

 

2013
3rd Place Winners


Richard Pzena
Master Class / +58.30%
$11,000 won for:
ECLC

 

Bryan Rush
Professional / +98.37%
$5,500 won for:
Notre Dame School of Dallas

 

Kevin McNiel
Novice / +151.82%
$3,380 won for:
Homefirst Housing Services

 
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