The second Hong Kong investment competition - organised by the Hong Kong Institute of Investors and Radio Television Hong Kong - was launched yesterday. The competition runs until March 23. Competitors try to amass as many points as possible by playing online games such as Bull vs Bear through the ie168.com Web site. Institute chairman Ricky Tam said the competition - which still has vacancies - was not just for entertainment purposes. The competition has been opened to adults following complaints last year that only students were allowed to participate. The top prize for adults is HK$40,000 while the winning student will walk away with $40,000 and an all-expenses paid trip to Paris to see the headquarters of CLSA, one of the competition's sponsors.