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November 2022 Stock Tipping Competition Entry Thread!

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Joe Blow

Staff member
28 May 2004
Good morning everyone and welcome to the November 2022 stock tipping competition entry thread! :)

A quick recap of the rules for those not familiar with them:

1. Each entrant may choose one ASX listed stock. Options, warrants and deferred settlement shares are not permitted.

2. Stocks with a price of less than $0.01 are ineligible for the competition, as are stocks that are currently suspended from trading.

3. Either before or after posting your entry and before the deadline for entries you must post in the forum thread of the stock you have entered providing either a general update or a view on why you think the share price is going to increase in the short term.

4. The winner is the entrant whose selected stock performs the best in percentage terms between the close of trading on 31 October (entry price) and the close of trading on 30 November.

5. The maximum number of entrants in the competition is 100.

The entry price for all entries is the closing price on the last trading day of this month.

The competition winner will receive $100. The second placegetter will win $50 and the third placegetter $25.

You have until midnight on Monday, 31 October to enter. However, in practice entries can be submitted until this thread is closed. No entries submitted after that can be accepted for any reason.

Please post your entries in this thread. Remember, once you have selected your stock, you CANNOT change it for any reason.

Best of luck to all entrants! :xyxthumbs
Tipped Uranium stocks for a couple of the prior monthly competitions, but no gains came through to put me near the podium :(

So, I might go for a 'safe' type of stock because my thinking is they produce something real (Olive Oil), just like the stock tipped by @divs4ever, therefore not pure speculation in a volatile market.

Please accept my tip Cobram Estate Olives Ltd (CBO), thanks Joe.
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