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This equity research report on Spire Energy was Truman’s 2017 submission to the CFA Research Challenge and was authored by Shane Legatzke, Annali Cler, and Anthony Hill. The team won first place in the St. Louis region of the competition.
BSIF’s Spring 2016 Economic Report, prepared by a team led by David Newell, focused on Fed Policy, macro trends in Europe and China, and domestic sector-specific analysis.
The BSIF Investment Environment Team, led by Sophomore VP of Investment Environment David Newell, assembled a comprehensive Macroeconomic Report to aid our Student Analysts in researching diverse segments of the economy. Their research is summarized in this edition of the biannual Economic Report.
This report, compiled by Student Analysts Lasse Fuss, David Shoko, and Sam Lohmeyer was submitted as a competitive entry into the CFA Institute Research Challenge Local Competition hosted by the CFA Society of St. Louis. The equity valuation report covers Express Scripts Holding Company and provided an opportunity for the 3 undergraduate team members to gain real world experience in creating a comprehensive recommendation from the perspective of an independent analyst. This report and the presentation that accompanied it ranked first in the Local Competition. This report was created for informational and educational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice. Copyright: CFA Institute.
These slides accompany the above written report on Express Scripts Holding Company.
This edition of the BSIF Macroeconomic Report comes at an interesting time in US markets as interest rate uncertainty and high valuations impact many parts of the economy. Published 3/18/2015.
This presentation was given to members of the Bulldog Student Investment Fund on April 8, 2015 by Lasse Fuss, VP of Investment Environment. The focus of the presentation was how Behavioral Economics impact stock selection and investment decision making, with special emphasis on how the BSIF can benefit by remaining conscious of various biases, irrationality, and fallacies that harm investors in seeking to maximize their returns and invest logically.