Hey everyone. Here's a recap of today from the leaderboard, to the most active and widely held stocks and the trivia questions. Also--don't forget to send in your emails for tomorrow (Friday) night's "How To Win" contest show. Have your questions read on the air and get the answers you need. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. The video here is from the "Power Lunch" crew.
"How to Win" airs tomorrow night (Friday) at 7 PM EST ONLY on CNBC-TV.
Name Portfolio Value
1. Parker Robinson $2,832,103.27
2. James Kraber 2,779,501.94
3. Ken Guillory 2,559,807.47
4. George Lee 2,542,368.11
5. Deborah Taft 2,527,342.35
Contest registrations to date: 734,936.
Most actives as of the close on 4/11:
Charter Commun: Jim Cramer talked it up on 4/10, asking viewers to stick with Charter, it is undervalued.
Rite Aid reports Thursday before the bell.
Technical Olympic USA
Widely helds as of the close on 4/11:
CMGI: with 3,700,978,710 shares held, down from Tuesday.
Revlon: 2,530,081,869 shares held, down from Tuesday.
Conexant: 1,895,285,279 shares held, up from Tuesday.
Sirius: 1,409,762,641 shares held, down from Tuesday.
Crystallex International: 1,339,287,085 shares held, down from Tuesday.
Vonage: 1,061,994,940 shares held, down from Tuesday.
Trivia questions: the video question is worth $2,000 bonus bucks: Which of the following is NOT a feature of a $350 million complex being built in Dubai? Answers: Office space OR 360-degree rotating floors OR Hotel rooms OR 78 stories?
And the news question is worth $1,000 Bonus Bucks: How much is Nestle paying Novartis for baby food giant Gerber? Answers: $2.7 billion OR $7 billion OR $1.95 billion OR $5.5 billion?
Remember, go to the contest home pageand select the Bonus Bucks tab on the left hand navigation to select from the list of answers.