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Author: Jognils One star, 50 posts CAPS All Star Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 2674  
Subject: Re: TEENS!!! Date: 2/21/2008 7:32 AM
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Just so you know, I try to visit the board daily, but awesomestockdude is doing such a great job of answering everyone's questions that I usually can't find much to add! (Keep up the good work, awesomestockdude!) I will try to stay active, though.

I usually don't have a whole lot of free time due to school, but I did have an idea that I thought would be cool to try. What if every week the regulars on the teen board collaborate and pick a stock to analyze. Once we decide on a company, we could each do some research and draw conclusions about the company's health and potential as an investment, and the following week we could compare our findings. For example, people could nominate companies and someone like awesomestockdude could post a poll on say, Friday. By Monday, the company with the most votes is the one we research, and the following Monday we create a thread to discuss our own research. I'd love to hear some other ideas or comments!

Jognils
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