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    Default Contest #1: Best Interview Question for Banking Industry Expert

    Let's say you got to interview one of the top experts -- arguably the world's top expert -- in banking and money:
    "Since 1967, he's written 12 books on Banking, Investments, Markets and Money. He's been a Columnist for American Banker; Member, President's Panel on Educational Research and Development (Kennedy and Johnson administrations); Member, President's Commission on Housing (1981-82); Consultant, Twentieth Century Fund and Carnegie, Ford, Kettering, and Sloan Foundations (1962-1966); Consultant to the American Council of Learned Societies (1962-1964)."
    And let's say you are going to interview him in mid-July and get to ask him one question. What would it be?

    For our first iTulip.com contest, we're asking registered iTulip.com Forum Members to submit questions to ask our interviewee. (We'll tell you who it is later. You're welcome to guess, but we will neither confirm nor deny.)

    What kind of question? For example, you may be wondering:

    1) What is the greatest risk facing the U.S. banking system today?

    2) Do you think that the U.S. economy is at the turning point in the credit cycle and will it "be different this time"? We won't have a crises like the one that caused the U.S. banking system to freeze for six months in the early 1990s?

    3) Do you think the U.S. banking system may require help from the Fed or even a tax payer bailout ala the Savings and Loan Crisis if housing prices decline significantly in many areas of the country at the same time?

    Please post your questions below.

    You must be a Registered Forum Member to post. To register, please go here.

    Question Collection Period Opens: June 26 noon ET.
    Question Collection Period Closes: July 3 noon ET.

    The top ten questions will selected by iTulip.com.

    Then, we will open a poll where Registered Forum Members will vote to rank the top ten questions by level of interest.

    The one question that receives the most votes, wins.

    Question Polling Period Opens: July 7 noon ET.
    Question Polling Period Closes: July 11 10AM ET.

    Vote here.

    The Prize: One Ounce U.S. Gold Eagle



    The winner will be announced by member name on July 11.

    In case of a tie, two coins will be awarded to two members.

    iTulip.com, Inc, employees may not participate. Void where prohibited.
    Last edited by FRED; 07-09-06 at 10:31 AM.
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