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    Thumbs up Call The 1st Quarter 2007 NASDAQ Contest

    On September 19, 2006, the NASDAQ closed at 2222.370. The End of Year 2006 closing value was 2425.570. 12 of 13 entries predicted an EOY close higher than that of 9/19. This group has a pretty good crystal ball.


    Sticky: 2732.00
    Lye: 2726.63
    Peanuts: 2715.00
    Gatorman: 2679.59
    Doug(IIC): 2631.05
    Rob: 2500.00
    EliasKane: 2477.00
    Mimo: 2454.10
    Spike: 2427.40
    Billyjoe: 2400.00
    Louetta: 2371.00
    Jiesen: 2235.80
    Newborn Baby(NBB): 2100.00


    So, here is a new contest. Call The 1st Quarter 2007 NASDAQ Contest.

    What will be the closing price of the NASDAQ on the last trading day of March 2007?

    All entries must be in by January 12th, 2007, at 10:00 PM Eastern Time. How will the MrMarket board do in the first quarter?

    No prizes, just the knowledge that you beat the rest of the players entering, and completely annihilated those who sat back and didnít enter.


    RULES:

    1) The closing price as indicated on Nasdaq.com will be used

    2) Your entry must be at least 5 points away from any previous entries posted.

    3) The deadline for entries is Friday January 12th at
    10:00pm EDT...no exceptions.

    4) Once you have posted your entry you cannot edit it. It is carved in stone once you click the SUBMIT button.
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    I'm going to stick with my 2454.10

    Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    RULES:

    1) The closing price as indicated on Nasdaq.com will be used

    2) Your entry must be at least 5 points away from any previous entries posted.

    3) The deadline for entries is Friday January 12th at
    10:00pm EDT...no exceptions.

    4) Once you have posted your entry you cannot edit it. It is carved in stone once you click the SUBMIT button.
    OK, now that we're on the right thread...

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    They for use were made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peanuts View Post
    OK, now that we're on the right thread...

    $2424.24
    I've never seen anyone put a $ in front of the Naz Comp
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    Quote Originally Posted by IIC View Post
    I've never seen anyone put a $ in front of the Naz Comp
    Quite a few years ago, a stockbroker from a local office did the closing prices on a popular AM radio station. He always quoted the Dow like this:

    "The Dow Jones was up ten dollars and 15 cents" if the close was +10.15.

    Of course people blindly followed his lead, and there was an outbreak of this type of quoting for a while. Very funny.
    Last edited by mimo_100; 01-03-2007 at 03:12 PM. Reason: spelling of course
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    Mimo,
    A local broker that gave reports to our hometown radio station always mentioned the "physical year". She reported for years before changing.

    --------billyjoe

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    I will say 2,499.35.
    óRob

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    I'll quess.... 2,299.99
    BEEF!... it's whats for dinner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IIC View Post
    I've never seen anyone put a $ in front of the Naz Comp
    I'm starting a revolution, Doug. You in?
    Hide not your talents.
    They for use were made.
    What's a sundial in the shade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Mimo,
    A local broker that gave reports to our hometown radio station always mentioned the "physical year". She reported for years before changing.

    --------billyjoe
    she meant to say "fiscal year" I guess.
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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