New World Pharma

New World Pharma is a small drug maker constantly seeking to develop new products. The company's research and development arm has discovered a couple successful drugs and's most popular product is Ossidex, a drug that helps people with obsessive-compulsive behaviors cure every everyday pains, such as the irrational urge to check lock doors repetitively.

The company is based out of London, UK, with its main research facility in Zurich, Switzerland. It was founded in 1994 by Gordon Helmut, a Nobel prize winning scientist who holds 7 PhD's.

The company stock is extremely volatile, as the drug development process is very long and uncertain. Many drugs do not make it through the approval process, and need to be written off as severe losses. On the other hand, successful patent application congealed years of monopolistic profits with the drug.

Water Works

Water Works is Fakonomy's water monopoly - it has no competitors. It used to be a crown corporation, but was privatized in 2001. Strict government regulations dictate the price of the water it charges toconsumers.

Demand for water is very stable, however it's inability to raise prices quickly can be devastating if its costs start to rise too quickly. But still, it's a very conservative play.

When asked if the company is losing market share to bottled water companies, Chairman Mark Brent responded: "Is that really a question right now? No one will ever take showers with bottled water."

Ultra Tech Ventures

Ultra Technological Ventures is a manufacturer of high end desktop, laptop, and other electronic devices with a cult-like following. It is the third largest hardware company, and the fifth biggest software maker.

UTV uses futuristic designs to lure customers and businesses into buying its product. Its product are high margin, meaning it makes a lot of profit on each unit sold. This allows the company to make a mind-boggling amount of revenue with a relatively low number of units.

Its secretive product development unit and high profile product launches are attributed as the primary driver of success of the company.

Bow & Ring Accounting

Bow and Ring is an accounting firm founded by Jacob Bow and Emma Ring notorious for its fleet of company-owned Lamborghinis used to travel to client meetings. It operates in multiple countries, including the United States, Canada, France, and the United Arab Emirates.

"You may call us bean counters", said CEO Bow, "but at the end of the day we're the ones driving the lambos."

The company is relatively immune to the fluctuations in the state of the economy, because, well, whether you make lots of money or not you still need to do your accounting.

Bank of Fakeonomy

Bank of Fakonomy is the largest financial institution. it serves both the consumer and business sectors, by providing a wide variety of banking, investing, wealth management, lending and other services.

Many of the bank's operations are strictly regulated by government regulation. For example, it cannot all of the money deposited; it must keep this. Certain percentage of deposits. The predictability of its cash flows also make the bank safe investments.

Over the past few years the bank has been actively acquiring smaller financial institutions and credit unions, fueling its growth.the company has also benefited from organic growth in developing and emerging economies, such as Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

Dirtpile Resources Corp

Dirtpile Resources Corp (DRC) is the world's largest mining company, and is headquartered in Australia. It's main activities are mining of copper, iron, gold, coal, and oil. The company owns and operates mines and refineries all over the world. Amongst other locations, it has operations in Australia, Brazil, Peru, Pakistan, India, South Africa, and the United States.

It was created in 2001 through the merger of Dirt Mining Corp and Goldpile Exploration Inc. After the two companies joined forces, the name was change to Dirtpile Resources Corp.

DPRC's profits are directly correlated to the price of natural resources.