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    Quote Originally Posted by JBmurc View Post
    REMEMBER GUYS> If ASX comps players want to put their money where their mouths are on their 5x picks become a donator and put least $10 into the tin >

    Prize payout(to those that enter + donate $$) - 90% to the Winner 10% runner-up (free entry to the two comp runners Wiz + jenny)

    For 2018 > Payout=Winner $468!!!! -runner-up $52


    the account>>> ASB- 12-3405-0035299-50 JBmurc cut-off date 23rd of January so get the gorse out of the pocket let those moths free and
    get those picks in >>
    I think some discussion has to be had - my thoughts 1st 2nd 3rd - wooded spoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duncan22 View Post
    To add a bit more interest to the competition this year I think we should add any “experts” picks and other interesting selection methods to see how they track against us.


    Here’s a few ideas:


    *Claude Walker
    XF1, MWR, ALC, EOL, PME
    https://www.yourmoney.com.au/busines...ntial-in-2019/


    *Most Shorted Stocks
    JBH, SYR, GXY, ORE, ING
    https://www.shortman.com.au/top


    *The Big 5
    CBA, BHP, WBC, CSL, ANZ
    https://www.marketindex.com.au/asx300

    *Hotcopper Top Discussed (31st Dec)
    GXY,AUZ,PLS,PO3,SRO


    *Best Performing ASX200 2018
    ALU, APT, BVS, IEL, SAR
    https://www.fool.com.au/2019/01/02/t...x-200-in-2018/


    *Dogs of the ASX200 2018
    AHG, AMP, ASL, ORE, SYR
    https://www.fool.com.au/2019/01/02/t...x-200-in-2018/


    *Closed 2018 On 52-Week Highs
    EVN, WAT, IKE, IFT, D20


    *Closed 2018 On 52-Week Lows
    SGP, PSI, ATL, ERA, TGO


    *First 5 IPOs
    CLB, RRZ, UWL, MPH, SPT
    https://www.asx.com.au/prices/upcoming.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizAlvin View Post
    I think some discussion has to be had - my thoughts 1st 2nd 3rd - wooded spoon.
    Yes more than happy to change the Prize pool payout for 2019 add in a 3rd and wooden spoon .. put your vote forward either stays the same 1st(90%) -(10%)runner-up

    I'm guessing along the lines of 1st -80% 2nd-10% 3rd-5% woodenspoon 5%

    personal I like the basic 1st - runner up format

    Also don't forget only donators can win any of the prize pool

    10x guys have donated so far will get names up soon
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    quite often in competitions there is a random element to it, maybe a smaller prize to a lottery winner.
    one thing we should do though is, amongst us, decide on a way of distributing prize money fairly early on in the year then writing it down as an addendum to the rules. it neednt be hard and fast from year to year.

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    on going ask if anyone has a FREE end of day ASX meta data source please.
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    Hello from Europe,

    Cant get worse than last year!

    Going to only include a few speculative companies from a diverse set of backgrounds.

    FLC: Water treatment in china finally kicking off, stagnated last year as large promises of cashflows not delivered. Base well set for this year.
    DAV: Huge potash resource in Germany, potential to drill only a few holes and get to indicated category.
    NCO: New textile technology to be commercialised. Some traction gained this year, but actually heading towards agreements now.
    SPZ: have been lucky with this one, lets see if I can get lucky again. Good business that has lost a lot of faith from the market, now undervalued.
    VMY: lets see if there is a uranium bull market this year shall we?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBmurc View Post
    Yes more than happy to change the Prize pool payout for 2019 add in a 3rd and wooden spoon .. put your vote forward either stays the same 1st(90%) -(10%)runner-up

    I'm guessing along the lines of 1st -80% 2nd-10% 3rd-5% woodenspoon 5%

    personal I like the basic 1st - runner up format

    Also don't forget only donators can win any of the prize pool

    10x guys have donated so far will get names up soon
    Not sure about a prize for wooden spoon, maybe for the biggest individual stock rise for the year, with the highest placing entrant winning it if more than 1 has selected.

    Otherwise 70/20/10 for 1st, 2nd, 3rd - sounds fair, thoughts?
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    I agree with either 1st and 2nd, or include third as suggested by Shasta. No cash prize though for the wooden spoon- maybe they get a certificate for trying their hardest??

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    PNC - Pioneer Credit
    SEQ - Sequoia Financial group
    CGR - CML Group Ltd
    SPZ - Smart Parking Ltd
    TTI - Traffic Technologies

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    Suggestion - How about using part of the prize pool for a Cooltrader subscription - only $25 for the cheapest option (next day after 10:00am)

    If that doesn't fly, then I am quite happy to pay for this years competition...

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    Thanks for running the comp.

    Picks are:

    AJQ
    FLC
    BUL
    A2M
    BUL

    Thanks

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    Oh sh*te picked BUL twice sorry....change one to OEL

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro.nz View Post
    Suggestion - How about using part of the prize pool for a Cooltrader subscription - only $25 for the cheapest option (next day after 10:00am)

    If that doesn't fly, then I am quite happy to pay for this years competition...
    Sounds good to me taking the subscription out of contributions if it helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazprom1 View Post
    Oh sh*te picked BUL twice sorry....change one to OEL
    i c u r in2 a BUL market
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    that is the most sensible idea of all. After all it will not effect the prizes much and it is a bit unfair to expect wizAlvin to pay for data as well as put in the time to produce the results.

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro.nz View Post
    Suggestion - How about using part of the prize pool for a Cooltrader subscription - only $25 for the cheapest option (next day after 10:00am)

    If that doesn't fly, then I am quite happy to pay for this years competition...

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