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Stockpickers will have their work cut out trying to predict markets in 2023. Soaring inflation, economic slowdown and war in Europe all generate uncertainty.

But astute — or lucky — investors can spot companies that stand to benefit from economic and political shifts or those that will struggle. So why not try to match them — and pit your wits against the FT’s writers — in the next round of our annual stockpicking contest? Simply pick five stocks that you think will be big winners — or losers — in 2023.

Enter the competition

The competition entry form is at FT.com/stockpick2023, where you can enter your five picks. The three readers whose portfolios perform best in the 2023 contest will be invited to the FT’s offices in London early in 2024.

It’s a game anybody can play. We invite contestants from all walks of life and of any age. Why not get your children or grandchildren to join in? Sit around the kitchen table and pick your stocks, and see who gets to be the family champion.

Contestants must choose five stocks from around the world and take either a long or short position — betting that the shares will either rise or fall. The winner is the person who generates the highest overall return on their portfolio. No money is wagered — so the only potential loss is your pride. Entries will close at midnight GMT on Sunday January 22, and the contest will be judged on the gains or losses made between Monday January 23 and December 31.

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