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SEMC Trading Contest. Tim Hewitt & John VanSickle Food & Resource Economics Dept. University of Florida. SEMC Trading Game Rules. Given $15,000 in trading capital to be used to pay trading fees ($14.50/contract each half turn) and to cover margin requirements and losses incurred.

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semc trading contest

SEMC Trading Contest

Tim Hewitt & John VanSickle

Food & Resource Economics Dept.

University of Florida

semc trading game rules
SEMC Trading Game Rules
  • Given $15,000 in trading capital to be used to pay trading fees ($14.50/contract each half turn) and to cover margin requirements and losses incurred.
  • Opportunity to borrow up to $15,000 of additional capital if needed at 10% interest plus $100 fee.
commodities available for trading
Cotton

FCOJ

Domestic Sugar

World Sugar

Coffee

Cocoa

Feeder Cattle

Live Cattle

Lean Hogs

Pork Bellies

Corn

Soybeans

Soy Oil

Soy Meal

Oats

Wheat

Rough Rice

Commodities Available for Trading
trading game activity
Team 1

David Anderson - TAMU

Al Wysocki - UF

Carl Anderson – TAMU

Bob Goodman - Auburn

Team 3

Kurt Guidry – LSU

Jim Rathwell – Clemson

James Marshall – Ark.

George Shumaker – UGA

Don Shurley - UGA

Trading Game Activity
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Team 4

John Anderson – MSU

PJ van Blokland – UF

Max Runge – Auburn

Lee Meyer - UKY

Team 5

Charles Forrest- MSU

Tim Woods – UKY

Nathan Smith – UGA

Tony Windham – Ark

Tim Hewitt - UF

Trading Game Activity
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Team 6

Gene Johnson - LSU

Emmit Rawls – UT

Charles Curtis – Clemson

Nick Piggot – NCSU

Fritz Roka - FL

Team 7

John VanSickle - UF

Mark Waller – TAMU

Kelly Bryant – Ark.

Walt Prevatt – Auburn

John McKissick - UGA

Trading Game Activity
semc trading game prizes
SEMC Trading Game Prizes
  • Top Trader – Max Runge, Auburn University
  • Top Team – Team 4, John Anderson, P.J. van Blokland, Lee Meyer and Max Runge
  • Most Challenged (i.e., biggest loser) – J. Walter Prevatt, Auburn University
  • Best All-Around Team – Team 5, Charles Forrest, Tim Woods, Nathan Smith, Tony Windham, Tim Hewitt (All but Hewitt made money)
next years challenge
Next Years Challenge
  • Begin Trading January 7, 2002
  • Contribution $10.00
  • High Individual wins half for favorite charity
  • High Team (4 of 5) wins half for their favorite charity
  • Will be minor modifications to game
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SEMC Trading Contest

Tim Hewitt & John VanSickle

Food & Resource Economics Dept.

University of Florida