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    Default Contest #2: Stupidest Excuse for a Stock Market Rally

    Stupidest Excuse for a Stock Market Rally Contest

    With such a rich assortment of lame analysis in the financial press, we're certain our forum members can find a truly idiotic, mind-numbingly stupid explanation for the current Dow rally.

    The contest is open for submissions from October 5, 2006 to the end of the month or the end of the rally, whichever comes first. Then we'll put the submissions to a vote of forum members. The winner receives a signed copy of americasbubbleeconomy–or, if the winner already has the book, a silver dollar–plus a title promotion on the iTulip forums to Omnipotent Poobah.

    Good luck!
    Last edited by FRED; 10-05-06 at 06:16 PM.



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