Monday, December 15, 2008 CNBC Bonus Bucks Trivia Questions & Answers

Squawk Box

Question: In the Two-Way Street blog post, "Trump Magic: Why I Like The Donald", why does the author like the Donald?

Answer: Trump's name drives Web traffic

Squawk on the Street

Question: In Friday's edition of Stop Trading, what gambling metaphor did Jim Cramer use for GM common stock?

Answer: buying a lottery ticket

The Call

Question: In a Sports Biz blog post, what term does reader Simeon Lipman use for Billy Ripken "obscenity bat card" traders?

Answer: all of the above

Power Lunch

Question: In his Friday CNBC Stock Blog post, Jon Najarian said options traders were bearish on which financial firm?

Answer: State Street

Street Signs

Question: In our Top Destinations 2009 slideshow, which once-divided city is shown in picture Number 10?

Answer: Berlin, Germany

Closing Bell

Question: In the article "They're Back: Day Traders Thrive in Volatile Market" what violent image did Andrew Wilkinson use?

Answer

Weekly Quiz

Question: A sell stop is placed?

Answer: Below the stock price

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