remained the leader in
"Beat the Street" trading contest, cracking the billion mark with a portfolio that surged to $1.4 billion Friday.
stayed in second, but without doing much, remaining around $244 million. Sdwcheney stayed in third, with $34.5 million.
"Beat the Street" began April 2. Players started with $100,000 of fictional money that they use to buy and sell stocks throughout the trading day. The contest runs for two months, and the winner will receive a $100,000 prize. For more information about the contest and how to practice for the next round,