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Stock-picking contest closes to entries today

The Seattle Times

So you think you know what's going on in Northwest public companies?

Prove your stock-picking prowess to the world. Today is the last day to sign up and choose 10 Northwest stocks to be in your portfolio.

The contest covers the period from tomorrow to Dec. 31, 2001. Here's how it works. You send a list of your 10 favorite Northwest stocks. Our partner, ePredict.com, tallies your picks. The 10 stocks that receive the most votes become our Reader's Portfolio, which is tracked in each Sunday's paper and on our contest Web site at seattletimes.com/stockcontest/ against 10 random selections. During the contest period, you can track your own portfolio on the Web site.

What are the rules? Well, you have to choose the stocks from the list we provide on the Web site. The list contains public companies with headquarters in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The stocks you choose must trade on the Nasdaq National Market or Small-Cap systems, or on the New York or American stock exchanges. No OTC Bulletin Board or Pink Sheet stocks are allowed.

You may enter only one time. We require full names and addresses in an attempt to enforce this rule, but we do not use this information for any reason other than contacting you if you are a contest winner.

There is no professional division; you're all in it together.

The first-place winner receives lunch with Seattle Times business reporters and editors at the Metropolitan Grill, a tour of the business-news operation and a gift of Seattle Times merchandise. The second- and third-place winners will receive Seattle Times merchandise.

Register at the Web site (see link below)or fax your entry to 206-382-8879. The contest registration closes today.




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