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InTrade and Palin (again)

September 2nd, 2008, 10:59am by Sam Wang


InTrade has a new political contract: Sarah Palin to be withdrawn as Republican VP nominee before 2008 presidential election, now trading at 12.0. Buy or sell? I’m thinking buy. (Update: strong buy.) (Update 2: That speech got the base excited – indeed, it may end up being the highlight of the convention. And she established her attack-dog credentials. Once she resurfaces, I guess we’ll get more of that. One last blast of Palin news during this polling hole:¬†hooray for earmarks and the Bridge to Nowhere!)

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