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Stock Competition: $200 prize!

Time for another stock trading competition hosted by Stock Trading 101 with a grand prize of $200! This time, other blogs are involved, so it’s Million Dollar Journey vs. The World! The only requirement is that you leave your answers in the comments of this blog. This is your chance for a free crack at $200 USD!

Stock VI (6) officially launches today, and is now open for registration.

Registration Dates: Friday May 18th – Sunday May 20th 9:00 PM EST

Contest Dates: Monday May 20th – Friday May 25th


To register, simply leave a comment with this post with either one or all of the following:

  1. Your guess of what you think the NASDAQ Composite will close at next Friday the 25th of May… to the penny.
  2. One pick for next week (include the ticker please, must be over $1 a share and be findable on yahoo finance!)
  3. One SHORT stock pick for next week (include ticker, must be over $1 a share, finance requirement)

Note: You don’t have to participate in all three categories, you can chose to participate in just one, or two, or all three.

$200 CASH PRIZE and Other Winners

Winners will be determined by the following:

  • Closest NASDAQ Close Guess to the actual close
  • Highest Return for the week on your stock
  • Highest Return for the week on your stock SHORT

Cash Grand Prize: If you can guess the NASDAQ close to the PENNY, Stock Trading 101 will hook you up with $200 CASH.


So who what blogger communities are involved in this stock picking battle royal? Throw your hands and give a warm welcome to Stock Trading 101, Clever Dude, Money Matter & More Musings, and The Bull Trader.

Submit your entries into one or more of the categories listed above using the comment form below. Remember entries close Sunday at 9:00 PM EST. Good luck!

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FT About the author: FT is the founder and editor of Million Dollar Journey (est. 2006). Through various financial strategies outlined on this site, he grew his net worth from $200,000 in 2006 to $1,000,000 by 2014. You can read more about him here.

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