Bolsa de Valores is a Mexican board game where players must buy and sell shares of some of the companies that registered the greatest movement in the Mexican stock market many years ago.
It is played between two or more people, up to six. Its purpose is to make profits by buying shares at a low price and selling them at higher prices. Whoever owns the most money at the end of 90 minutes will win, either because they have it in cash or keep it represented in shares.
One of the players will be the broker and he/she may or may not take part in the game. In case of taking part in the game, he/she should be careful not to mix his/her money and his/her actions with those of the broker.
The broker will handle the money, sell and buy the shares, as well as monitor the progress of each game.