By Kristen Bossio ’16
As the defending champions of a financial investment competition called the Adirondack Cup, members of Siena College’s team of portfolio managers have bull’s-eyes on their backs.
The Siena College team is once again leading the investment competition where groups of students from 18 colleges and universities manage a hypothetical small cap stock portfolio worth $1 million. During the 26-week competition, students spend time researching and analyzing stocks and ultimately decide how best to manage their portfolios.
As of November 8, the top teams included: 1. Siena College (18.21% return), 2. Wesleyan University (8.79%), 3. State University of New York at Plattsburgh (7.09%) 4. Bryn Mawr College (6.81%) and 5. Hofstra University (6.27%).