Saturday, February 25, 2017

On Friday, 2/24/17, Five AIM Students Pitched Stocks at 1492 Capital Management

AIM Students' Equity Recommendations Presented to 1492 Capital Management on Friday, February 24, 2017

On Friday, February 24, 2017, 1492 Capital Management hosted five students from Marquette University’s AIM program.

Joe Frohna, Rodney Hathaway, and Adam French provided the opportunity for Dr. David Krause (AIM director) to escort five current AIM program seniors to 1492's Third Ward (Milwaukee) office for the third ‘road show’ of the semester. Copies of this week’s equity write-ups can be accessed at:

Jack O'Connor, Nick Dykema, Anthony DiSanto, Ryan Thern, and Casey McClellan presented their equity recommendations as potential additions to Marquette’s AIM Equity Funds. Students in the AIM program manage over $2,500,000 of the University's endowment. Ballots will be forwarded to AIM students over the weekend and any additions to the small cap and international equity portfolios will be made on Monday.
Ryan Thern, Casey McClellan, Nick Dykema, Jack O'Connor, and Anthony DiSanto 

Joe Frohna visited the
AIM program last fall
The AIM student equity pitches take place each Friday afternoon during the semester – either in the AIM Room or at a local investment company. 

Dr. Krause added, "We are thankful for the opportunity to go into area investment companies and present our stock recommendations --- this is an important element of the Applied Investment Management program at Marquette. Special thanks go to Joe, Rodney and Adam for hosting us again at 1492 Capital Management. They have allowed us to visit and pitch numerous times before and various members of the 1492 team have been regualry guests in the AIM Program."
The students prepare and distribute a professional equity write-up (note: every AIM write-up since the inception of the program in 2005 is archived here). To receive information about upcoming AIM student presentations and events, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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