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Top Name Holds But "Footing" Is Shaky

Friday, 4 May 2007 | 9:44 AM ET

Good morning all. Shi Nisman and Serge Amelyan maintain the top two positions on the overall leaderboard. Shi Nisman is now all in cash, but Serge executes 2 transactions (one with a footwear company) that could propel him into the lead. Shi is in first with a total portfolio value of $4,727,507.23 up $119,026.20 from his gains on Sinopec Shanghai Petrochem up 2.52% on Thursday. Shi is now all-in cash.

Serge is #2 with a total portfolio value of $4,062,029.62 up only the $3,000 that he added in Bonus Bucks. Serge bought 70,754 shares of Crocs which is the footwear company--and he bought 1 share of Western Refining .

Contest registrations to date: 1,598,913.

Name Portfolio Value
1. Shi Nisman $4,727,507.23
2. Serge Amelyan 4,062,029.62
3. Stephen Luchko 3,752,092.71
4. Steven Lee 3,698,058.70
5, David Gibbons 3,576,764.16
6. Takako Friend 3,440,215.12
7. Joe Dondero 3,431,085.61
8. Michael Hart 3,421,697.22
9. Eric Pirhalla 3,349,222.27
10. Jeremy Nolan 3,333,073.10
11. Nishant Tomar 3,316,678.48
12. Eric Pirhalla 3,280,687.68
13. Stephen Luchko 3,268,244.88
14. Mary Williams 3,213,399.75
15. Carl Altenburg 3,165,588.62
16. Eric Pirhalla 3,144,710.37
17. Alec Trevelyan 3,144,541.84
18. Deborah Taft 3,114,648.20
19. Roger Dennis 3,106,960.01
20. Brian Forse 3,104,544.62

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CROX
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688
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WNR
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