A game for 1 to 10 players by Ben Stanley.
In the ironically mean game of NYSE, you and up to nine other players compete as investment bankers playing the New York Stock Exchange to make more money than anyone else. As you claim stock holdings in chemicals (blue), technology (black), fossil fuels (red), and foodstuffs (green), the value of those holdings increase as a result of the demand. But beware of speculative markets, because a market bust, intentionally caused by one of the other players, could drop the value of all of your holdings to nothing!
- 44 stock chips in 4 colors (blue, black, red, and green). 24 of the chips have a special marking on the bottom of the chip (2 with arrow ends, 2 with circles, and 2 with arrows for each color). Chips are 30 mm diameter and 3 mm thick. Numbers and markings are laser-engraved.
- 6 gray chips with numbers (1, 2, 2, 3, 4, and 5) to form the stock valuation board
- 1 rule booklet
- Carrying bag.