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Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Guess The DJIA Contest: Prize = $10 Cash

Guess the DJIA ContestThe Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) ended the week at 7,223.98, an improvement over the bear-market low of 6,626.94 of March 6TH. Take your best guess at where you think the DJIA will be at the end of the first quarter and you can win $10. The person who comes closest to the correct figure wins a prize of $10 cash, paid via PayPal. Here's how to enter:

  • Vote in our online debt poll (only takes a second.)

  • Post a comment in the comment section below with a nickname of your choosing, your guess and add a sentence of two explaining why you think the DJIA is going where you think it's going.

  • Click here to jump to our email form. Submit your real name, your nickname and your Paypal payment email address (need this info to pay you if you win.)

  • The deadline for submitting your contest entry is Friday, March 27, 2009 @ 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time.

  • This contest is open to residents of the United States only.
The winner will be the person who comes closest to the DJIA closing value for Tuesday, March 31, 2009. As long as you've never won a contest here at www.DebtHelp.tv, you can enter as many contests as you like, but you can submit only one entry per contest. Contest rules can be found here. Contest winners are not eligible to participate in any future contests. This contest becomes null and void if fewer than ten (10) entries are submitted.

We can at least have some fun as we sweat over our portfolios, right? Thanks for playing, and good luck to all.


Confirmed Entries for this (NOW CLOSED) Guess The DJIA Contest:

  • Amie: 7,546.22

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