Online retailer Kogan is the best performer in week two

Money reader Joan Ponsford had an outstanding run in week two of the six-week Shares Race as her pick of Kogan fired-up, taking her from fifth to second place.

Kogan, the online retailer, is the best-performing stock of all with Ponsford’s original $10,000 worth $13,185, taking her total portfolio to $104,983.

Race leader, Hina Chowdhary of Kalkine, had another good week with her total portfolio worth $106,045.

Shuffle of the pack in week two of the Shares Race, though Chowdhary is still in the lead.

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Sports Hero, the real-time fantasy sports app, is Chowdhary's best pick so far, with the stock worth $12,000.

Her second-best performer, Praemium, which provides investment and administration technology platforms to financial advisers, is worth $11,807.

Colleen Alderliesten, a Canadian living in Canada who follows the Australian sharemarket, drops to third from second last week; despite growing her total portfolio value to  $102,698.

Her best pick is CSL, the biotechnology company, which is worth $11,019.

Dinesh Gulati, a senior analyst at equities research firm Veye, moves from third to fourth spot with his total portfolio  worth $100,812 from $101,512 last week.

Richard Pritchard, who plays as the Chartist, is in fifth from fourth last week. His pick of Dempsey Minerals changed its name to Galan Lithium with new ASX code of GLN.

As of the close on Thursday, the cut-off for the shares race, the S&P/ASX 200 finished the week at 6328 points, up almost 0.5  per cent.

Shares Race is a fantasy shares game. Players start with $100,000, divided evenly across 10 stocks.

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