It's complete! Everyone is accounted for. The results can be viewed at my new website www.EverythingEven.com
Almost 900 users! Growth is always a good sign.
This year we have 892 contestants. I actually had over 1,000 users but some people missed the rules and chose companies on exchanges that were excluded from the contest. I did my best to reach out to them, sending out hundreds of private messages...sigh. Oh well, I tried!
- 3 Companies
- Contest Begin: Jan 4th closing price
- Contest End: Dec 31, 2019 closing price
- Minimum Stock Price must be 3 cents (If not, you start at 3 cents - I see a few people picked PLAY.CN so they start down 66% )
- Company must be on a North American Exchange
- Must be trading ie. not halted
Eric Coffin from HRA Advisories will be giving away a 2019 CEO.ca Coffee mug to the top 50 winners as he has for the last two years.
Robert Hirschberg from the #Bergdex is going to give CEO.ca logo'd leather jackets and hats to the top 10 winners. Additionally, if he wins, he said he will buy everyone in the contest a CEO.ca logo'd jacket! So lets all cheer on @robby for the win! He's in 53rd which means he is currently doing better than 94% of users.
* If you would like to donate something to the contest please let me know. Private message me, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The contest will be updated every Friday after market closes so it is currently updated as of January 11th.
You can view the contest anytime at my NEW website www.EverythingEven.com
Make sure to check out the Most Picked Stocks this year at http://everythingeven.com/2019pickdata.php
If 2018 taught us anything, it would be to stay away from the most commonly picked choices. See table below:
Anyway, thank god it was just a contest ...right? Anyway ...
WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION --- Please watch the video and look at the two images below. I have a couple ideas I want to share.
My Management Tracker Screenshot:
This is a Degrees of Separation Program Idea I've been debating on making - let me know your thoughts
Anyway, if you think you would be interested in having a tool such as the one above please let me know. If there is significant desire I will get it built. This is just one of those ideas that I would like to build, I just don't know if its really as cool as I think it would be. I envision a user based system that allows them to store a list of liked and disliked management. When doing due diligence on a company, users can quickly see if there are past connections that may be of interest.
All the best in 2019 and good luck everyone!
Stay diligent - stay safe!
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