So, who's leading the pack as the CNBC Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge heads into its final days (only four left)? Well, we have the up to date standings along with a video clip with the ins and outs. We also have the leaders of the Second Chance Showdown. This is for the contestants who didn't make it into the finals--but can win a Sony Home Theatre Entertainment system. The winner in each category will have to come up with the portfolio with the largest value.
FYI--there are 71,013 registered users competing in the Second Chance Showdown--and 20 finalists for the $1,000,000.
Here are the top five out of twenty competing for $1,000,000:
#1 Nancy Beaumont: $1,361,225.88 up $127,240.41 +10.31%.
Sold The9 Limited making a $127,240.41 10.31% gain Monday.
Bought Pacific Sunwear which reported strong earnings after the bell and could solidify her lead. Bought Crystallex Intl.
#2 Steven Lee: $1,353,709.70 UNCH.
Steven was all-in cash.
Now, all-in on Neurochem .
#3 Serge Amelyan: $1,308,176.74 up $6,831.20 +.52%.
Sold 68,312 shares of Terra Industries for a gain of $6,831.20.
Almost all-in of Vanda Phamaceuticals.
Bought 1 share of Freemont General.
#4 Stephen Luchko: $1,268,471.67 down $(7,644.21) -0.60%.
Sold 1 share of Fremont General.
Sold 1 share of Lin TV.
Sold 25,481 shares of Monster Worldwide for a loss of $7,644.30.
Almost all-in on Monster Worldwide.
Bought 1 share of Neurochem Inc.
Bought 1 share of GigaMedia .
Bought 1 share of Vonage.
#5 Ryan Stackman: $1,215,134.11 up $252,951.68 +26.29%.
Sold 160,096 Shares Neurochem Inc. gaining $252,951.68.
All-in on ValueClick .
Here are the top five leaders in Second Chance Showdown:
Name Portfolio Value
1. Aric Franzmeier $2,054,449.36
2. Ryan Darichun 1,925,133.76
3. Linda Gorden 1,878,852.40
4. Andrew Colenzo 1,875,059.38
5. Walter Clelland 1,873,001.80