Inside Trader: The Authentic Stock Trading Game
The computer game, Inside Trader: The Authentic Stock Trading Game, is an old video game released in the year 1987. It was released for DOS platforms by Cosmi Corporation.
The simulation video game helps the player to be a trader and earn cash easily without being caught from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Earn handsomely with the trading game
The game provides a superb stock market simulation and allows the trader to a huge large amount of money and become rich.
The player can perform several operations such as buying and selling, running tape of ticker and newswire. Along with this, the player has the options to delete the evidence, cooperate and associate with the authorities, and pay the person who is providing the information to him.
The main aim of the game, Inside Trader: The Authentic Stock Trading Game is to earn money without being caught by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The game begins with the player possessing 30,000 dollars.
While progressing in the game, the player makes a huge amount of money via the imaginary stock market.
Along with this, the player can learn about the burning events with the help of his informants and the wire service. However, the game can be played even without having any information about the inside market. But, that is not much fun!
The commands of the trading game
The commands are simple and easy to use. The player can buy and sell stocks, pay his informants, and receive reports.
If the payer gets caught, he can delete the evidence or bribe or pay fine to the SEC. on the other hand, if the player does nothing after getting caught, he ends up in jail and that marks the end of the game.
SoftServ Inc. was a Washington State corporation in the 1980's and was best known for developing the simulation games Inside Trader and Corporate Raider. SoftServ was wholly owned by Bruce Kolpack and Brad Canady.
Previous developments by SoftServ included the Server Series of home management software for the Commodore 64 and the IBM PC. SoftServ software was distributed nationwide in K-Mart and Sears stores, and later through a relationship with Cosmi Corp.