Friday, April 20, 2007

Seton Hall University Wins the NYSSA (New York Society of Security Analysts) Investment Research Challenge Once Again

Please join me in congratulating the team of students from the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University (SHU) - where I am on the faculty in the Department of Finance – that was victorious in the 2007 NYSSA (New York Society of Security Analysts) Investment Research Challenge. SHU has now won this prestigious competition two years in a row. The team of Andrey Botev, Megan Joseph, Theresa Ko, Bill Moore, and Angelo Stracquatanio was led by faculty advisor Dr. Andrew Yi. I have had the pleasure of teaching both Angelo and Andrey at in my classes at SHU. The SHU team recommended that investors sell shares of Tasty Baking Company (TSTY). I had the opportunity to advise the team and observe their presentation which was of professional quality. Next up for the team will be the ringing of the NASDAQ opening bell on Monday, April 23 and competing against Babson College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Rice University at the first ever CFA Institute Global Investment Research Challenge next Thursday, April 26th.

The best kept secret in the NYC metro area is the quality of the students and program at Seton Hall University's Stillman School of Business. If you are looking for a great full time employee or intern please let me know and I can set you up with one of our students.

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