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Invitation to join the March Stock Guru game

Wednesday 8th March 2006

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The game's concept is simple, players are given a theoretical $50,000 and invest it evenly across five companies listed on the NZ Stock Exchange (ALL index). They can then monitor their share portfolio until the close of the game, four weeks later.

"Players in the February game managed some outstanding portfolio gains," says Sharechat's website manager, Vicky Powell. "The three best-performing portfolios all contained shell company Cube Capital, while Training Solutions also helped the top two portfolios," commented Powell.

Cash prizes are on offer to the players whose portfolios increase the most during the four-week hold period.

Entry is free and players are encouraged to share their selection strategies in the ShareChat forum. Registration and share selection for the March game close on Sunday 12th March.

Players can register here http://game.sharechat.co.nz/game_entry.php

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