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Leaderboard: The Parker And James Show Continues

Monday, 16 Apr 2007 | 9:29 AM ET

Good morning all. Parker Robinson and James Kraber maintain the top two spots on the overall leaderboard. As the leaders begin to amass more capital, they are starting to make less risky trades and diversify more. Parker's portfolio value stands at $2,826,461.09 up only $2,950 including $3,000 in bonus bucks.

On Friday Parker sold out of:
-1,000 shares of General Electric making him $200
-5,000 shares of Canwest Global losing him $250
And on Friday Parker bought:
-23 shares of Google at $466.29 per share
-$2,815,736.42 in cash.

James Kraber maintains the second position with a total portfolio value of $2,739,669.90 down $7,202.26 or -0.26% from Thursday's total. James sold out of his gamble on Genentech which lost him another $10K for a total loss of $45,713.68. He sold his 269 shares of Krispy Kreme Friday for a loss of $118.36--and he went all-in on Eaton Corp at $85.16 per share.

Contest registrations to date: 883,495

Name Portfolio Value
1. Parker Robinson $2,826,461.09
2. James Kraber 2,739,669.90
3. Ken Guillory 2,652,240.46
4. James Kraber 2,638,111.08
5. Serge Amelyan 2,590,338.85
6. Deborah Taft 2,559,495.93
7. Mary Williams 2,489,921.21
8. Joe Dondero 2,484,284.17
9. Zheng Ni 2,480,510.94
10. Shie Nisman 2,424,455.40
11. George Lee 2,417,849.37
12. David Gibbons 2,411,400.67
13. Emmanuel Nogueira 2,406,398.93
14. Chishyan Chang 2,394,208.98
15. Manuel Gliksberg 2,391,889.56
16. Evan Scherer 2,371,250.48
17. William Garrett 2,359,124.13
18. James Kraber 2,353,888.38
19. Urszula Mikrut 2,336,889.76
20. Maheswari Gupta 2,331,620.21

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