Update: Stocks, Trivia, Leaderboard And More

Here's a re-cap of the day with the leaderboard, most active and widely held performing stocks. We also have the trivia questions here, in case you missed them. All this is also part of the the video below--that's provided by the "Power Lunch' crew. And as we said, weekly winner #5 is Scott Cole of California with a winning percentage of 78.70%.

The trivia questions--the video is worth $2,000 Bonus Bucks: Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay $2.4 Billion for a hotel chain owned by which airline? And the news is worth $1,000 Bonus Bucks: Which publicly-traded U.S. student loan company reportedly is in buy-out talks with a private equity firm? Please go to the contest main page, click on the Bonus Bucks tab on the left hand side and you will see the answer selection list.

Contest registrations to date: 786,363.

Name Portfolio Value
1. Parker Robinson $2,823,511.09
2. James Kraber 2,746,872.16
3. Ken Guillory 2,651,090.26
4. James Kraber 2,644,470.38
5. Serge Amelyan 2,553,765.61
6. Deborah Taft 2,527,118.35

Most Actives as of the close on 4/12:
CMGI
Revlon
Vonage
Conexant
Crystallex International
Charter Commun: After the Jim Cramer seal of approval on 4/10, CHTR appeared in the list for the first time on 4/11, and contestants who bought yesterday made almost 8% Thursday.
Rite Aid
Oilsands Quest
Technical Olympic USA
Krispy Kreme: on earnings

Widely Helds as of the close on 4/12:
CMGI: with 3,734,112,311 shares held, up from Wednesday.
Revlon: 2,563,614,134 shares held, up from Wednesday.
Conexant: 1,995,512,920 shares held, up from Wednesday.
Sirius: 1,402,466,686 shares held, down from Wednesday.
Crystallex International: 1,390,710,700 shares held, up from Wednesday.
Vonage: 1,148,585,830 shares held, up from Wednesday.

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