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Post: #261
RE: Season "Stock" Contest

I think this thread should be pinned to the top so we can remember our picks.

Also, something to think about; how 'bout a mid-season chance to make adjustments to our portfolios. Might be complicated, just a suggestion.
09-20-2018 04:04 PM
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Post: #262
RE: Season "Stock" Contest
I would love to sell my Southern Miss and UTSA shares...

Totally agree though mods, this needs to be a pinned conversation if possible.
09-20-2018 04:13 PM
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Post: #263
Season "Stock" Contest
Would be especially cool if an actual trading market could be set up where once season starts you can only buy if someone else is willing to sell. Next year right?!
09-20-2018 07:39 PM
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