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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Guess The DJIA Contest: Win An Easy $10

We're happy to announce that the Guess The DJIA free contest is back. 

This contest is free, and very easy.  All you have to do is guess the closing figure for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) on the last day of this month, i.e. January 31, 2013.  Whoever submits the closest guess, or submits a perfect match,  wins.

How to Enter:

Post a comment in the comments section below with your ONE guess AND send your guess to me via email.  Contest email address is:


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Guess The DJIA Contest - contest email

Contest Rules:

When you post your comment below, include either your name or whatever unique nickname you like.  No need to post your email address in the comments section. 

One guess per contest entry.  Multiple entries are not permitted.

The entry deadline for this contest is January 30, 2013, 11:59 PM.

This contest is open to individuals 18-years-old or older, anywhere in the world, unless the laws in your region prohibit this type of contest. 

Minimum entries for this contest to be valid is 3.  If less than 3 people submit an entry then this contest is null and void.

If you win, I will send you $10 via PayPal.  If you tie with any other contestant, then the prize gets split equally among winners.

Thanks for playing, and good luck to all.

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