My Blog Stock

Ok, this is some kind of joke. As of today 5/3/03 @ 2:16pm, my blog stock is ranked 12th on list of top 100 at blogshares. Share price is $41.12. Someone is clearly manipulating the system. During the beta period, my share price was never over a $1.00. Maybe someone just knows something I don’t. This almost makes up for me showing up at softball game this morning, only to find out that game has been cancelled due to poor field conditions.
[Update 3:06pm]: Dropped to 14th place. Decided to sell the 1000 shares I was holding in my own blog. Share price is now at $56.68, that won’t last long!
[Update 3:53pm]: Thinking I should have held on to at least 100 shares. Oh well!

1: Movable Type
(0 / 5740 shares available @ $887.55 ea. – 3.74 p/e)
2: Radio Userland
(0 / 25000 shares available @ $ 32.78 ea. – 3.16 p/e)
3: BlogShares – Fantasy Blog Share Market
(0 / 40000 shares available @ $ 19.23 ea. – 3.76 p/e)
4: SlashDot.Org
(0 / 125000 shares available @ $ 1.44 ea. – 1.24 p/e)
5: Jason DeFillippo’s Weblog
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 69.18 ea. – 2.93 p/e)
6: Back to Iraq 2.0
(0 / 24000 shares available @ $ 15.65 ea. – 3.34 p/e)
7: Blogrolling News
(500 / 8000 shares available @ $ 47.04 ea. – 3.46 p/e)
8: Jeremy Zawodny’s blog
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 19.27 ea. – 1.00 p/e)
9: The People’s Republic of Seabrook
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 59.57 ea. – 3.27 p/e)
10: Baseball Musings
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 36.28 ea. – 1.99 p/e)
11: Tom
(100 / 5000 shares available @ $ 63.16 ea. – 3.65 p/e)
12: Ursula’s Not So Secret History
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 41.12 ea. – 2.38 p/e)

13: tima thinking outloud.
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 56.44 ea. – 3.27 p/e)
14: The Lost Olive
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 36.08 ea. – 2.09 p/e)
15: taaza
(0 / 5000 shares available @ $ 34.13 ea. – 1.98 p/e)

1 Comment
  1. Heh. It’s not me this time. I dropped out of the game after getting tired of the three times a day rule changes and the fact that people were accumulating millions of dollars in value gaming the system.

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