Sunday, November 22, 2009
Entries for the 2009 edition of the "Guess the Year-End Price of Oil and Gold" contest have been tabulated and they now appear in the chart and tables below.
There were a total of 70 entries with average guesses of $80 for a barrel of oil and $1,144 for an ounce of gold (this compares to average guesses of $81 and $918 for the last contest).
For oil, the high/low range was $100/$50 and, for gold, the range was $1,450/$620.
All individual guesses appear in the tables below - if something looks amiss, please let me know (this is a manual process, prone to error). All entries received via email use the sender's initials unless directed otherwise - you should be able locate your guess based on when and how it was made:
From the November 10th post:
From the November 17th post:
From the November 19th post:
From Yahoo! Mail:
From Iacono Research mail:
The graphic at the top of this post will be updated every week, usually on Fridays, until the contest concludes on New Years Eve.
Good luck to all!
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