Stock Picking Contest


And the contest begins! Below are the contestants, and the stock they picked.

  1. Kay Lynn @ Bucksome Boomer: Apple, Inc – AAPL
  2. Jerry Kelly: Apache Corporation: APA
  3. John Gerusi: AT&T – T
  4. Sinclair89: Honeywell – HON
  5. Alex Kwon: Wal-Mart – WMT
  6. Funancials: Dollar General – DG
  7. Adam Mucin: Dollar Tree – DLTR


Hey everyone! This is the first stock picking contest I’m having on Investorz Blog.

Here’s how the contest works.

  1. Anyone can enter.
  2. Contestants have 7 days to enter this contest and choose which stock they think will perform the best. That means, you have from today (October 15, 2011) to October 21, 2011 at midnight EST to enter this contest.
  3. After the contest entrance deadline, no new contestants will be allowed. The stock that contestants pick must be on the S&P 500 or Dow Jones Industrial Average.
  4. You may not pick more than one stock. Anyone that attempts to enter this contest under more than one name will be deleted.
  5. If you would like to participate in this contest, please comment below in the comments section. Please include the name of the stock that you picked and its ticker symbol.

The contest begins.

  1. The contest begins on October 24, 2011, and ends on November 23, 2011.
  2. The contestant that chooses the stock that performs the best from October 24, 2011 – November 23, 2011 will win first prize.
  3. The contestant that chooses the stock that performs second best from October 24, 2011 – November 23, 2011 will win second prize.
  4. The winners will be contacted via email.

The prizes.

The prizes are:

  1. 1st place: $50 gift card (or $50 worth of paypal, whatever the winner chooses).
  2. 2nd place: $25 gift card sponsored by Miss T from Prairie Eco-Thrifter.

If you would like to sponsor a prize, please let me know.

11 thoughts on “Stock Picking Contest”

  1. I’m picking Wal-Mart (WMT). It’s the holiday season, and I still think consumers are looking for bargains (like the last 2 years).

  2. I’m choosing Honeywell (HON. People have been putting off buying appliances too long. In a tough economy, discretionary spending gets turned towards more durable essentials like appliances and away from luxuries. I’m guessing consumer spending will pick up in the run up to Christmas.

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