Marketocracy John Ydstie talks to Ken Kam, founder of Marketocracy.com, where amateur stock pickers get a million dollars in virtual money to manage investment funds. John also talks to Kevin Fravel, Marketocracy's No. 1 stock picker. While the stock market has plunged this year, Fravel's fund is still in the black.
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John Ydstie talks to Ken Kam, founder of Marketocracy.com, where amateur stock pickers get a million dollars in virtual money to manage investment funds. John also talks to Kevin Fravel, Marketocracy's No. 1 stock picker. While the stock market has plunged this year, Fravel's fund is still in the black.