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    Toss Koss and change my pick to TKC. Thanks for the consideration. ...Minni

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    John Henry,

    I tried to send you a private message, but your inbox is full.

    Blue Wolf (Gary)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    John Henry,

    I tried to send you a private message, but your inbox is full.

    Blue Wolf (Gary)
    Sorry, I filled it up!

    JH, maybe you should delete more than one at a time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen View Post
    Sorry, I filled it up!

    JH, maybe you should delete more than one at a time...
    LOL, Ok, I will delete two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    To be fair, my suggestion would be to use the closing price of the date of entry. I can go back and compile all the entries that were made after January 29th by their date of post. We can put a limit on late entries too. Maybe say no later than the end of February for a late entry without penalty. Hopefully, well have our web site access issues worked out before then. To be fair, we could also let Minni17 decide whether to stay with the original pick of KOSS short or the new pick of TKC long since the original pick was put in before the original deadline.

    Note to Minni: Keep in mind that while sticking with KOSS will start you off with a lead, it will also limit your max gain to <100% because its a short. Last years winner, Riverbabe, had a 246% gain.

    What do you think of all this, John Henry. Im flexible with all this stuff
    Sure, I was thinking the same yesterday.

    Picks after January 30, 2021 will get the entry date closing price and the rest gets January 29, 2020 closing price. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHenry View Post
    Sure, I was thinking the same yesterday.

    Picks after January 30, 2021 will get the entry date closing price and the rest gets January 29, 2020 closing price. Thanks
    Can I pick TSLA short again for Monday? I don't want the 1/29 price, since that's the only day since I picked it that it closed below 800...

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    BillyJoe,

    I know you don't like Sears or Sears Holding. In my city, the sixth and last Sears store will be closing after 50 years. I think all 12 Kmart stores are also gone.

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    We should get this show on the road. I think February 5, 2021 closing price is fair for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHenry View Post
    We should get this show on the road. I think February 5, 2021 closing price is fair for everyone.
    So you want to just use Feb 5 closing price for everybody, then? Im OK with that, but I think we have to lock that in for everybody who has already entered. What if a few stragglers who were unable to access the site show up over the next week or so? Will we give them an exception, or hold them to the 20% penalty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWolf View Post
    So you want to just use Feb 5 closing price for everybody, then? Im OK with that, but I think we have to lock that in for everybody who has already entered. What if a few stragglers who were unable to access the site show up over the next week or so? Will we give them an exception, or hold them to the 20% penalty?
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