Monday, November 8, 2010

Kristin Holzhauer and Mark Rutherford Featured in Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Investment Article

Today an investment article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel featured two AIM students - Kristin Holzhauer and Mark Rutherford. The business section of the Journal Sentinel focuses on one Wisconsin money manager or analyst in its weekly feature, Investment Trends, written by Kathleen Gallagher. The goal of the weekly feature is to look at an investment trend that helps investment professionals make their decisions.

The Monday, November 8th edition of Investment Trends featured Kristin Holzhauer and Mark Rutherford - two Marquette AIM students who are the lead analysts for the industrial materials sector of the AIM Equity Fund. Kathleen Gallagher interviewed them and Dr. Krause last week. The story featured two of the stocks they recently added to the AIM Equity Fund. The stocks were Stepan Company (ticker: SCL)  and Clean Harbors (ticker: CLH). 

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Clean Harbors
Stepan Corporation
Kristin Holzhauer

Mark Rutherford

Kathleen Gallagher is a business reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. She has written about emerging growth companies and technology, and early stage and venture financing in Wisconsin since 1993. She also writes the weekly piece featuring an investment trend identified by a Wisconsin money manager and corresponding investment ideas. 

Kristin and Mark are members of the AIM Class of 2011 and both will graduate in May 2011. Kristin will be going to work as a fixed income analyst at Mason Street Advisors in Milwaukee and Mark will be starting as an investment analyst at a prominent Seattle-based investment firm following graduation.

Dr. David Krause, AIM program director said, "We are excited that Kristin and Mark - and the AIM program - were featured by the Journal Sentinel. Kathleen read through their investment analyses and asked thorough questions. I've always enjoyed reading the feature each Monday and I was pleased to see her choose AIM students as the focus of the article. We look forward to being a part of Investment Trends in the future and are thankful for this opportunity."

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