31st Annual ProAm Investment Challenge
Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Atlanta
January 18, 2018: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
31st annual ProAm dinner with investment professional speakers. alumni and guests can enjoy participating in a mock portfolio and just learn about investing ideas and trends.
Capital City Club Brookhaven
53 West Brookhaven Drive, NE
Drive north on Peachtree Road past Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza. After Phipps Plaza, (on your left) you will pass one traffic light at Wieuca Road and one traffic light at Peachtree Dunwoody Road. Continue north on Peachtree Road for approximately .5 mile. At the second traffic light, take a left onto Club Drive. Turn at the 2nd right, which is Capital City Lane. It will dead end at the Club entrance.
$75 for alumni or guests including contest entry, dinner and cocktails
John Shepard, '87
1. Each participant shall invest a hypothetical $100,000 portfolio. Each portfolio must have at least two, but no more than five securities and each security must account for at least 20% ($20,000) of the total portfolio value. No trades are allowed after the initial investment position is established.
2. Participants can choose from the following investments:
Common or preferred stock traded on the NYSE, AMEX, or NASDAQ.
Any corporate, municipal, or US bond quoted in Wall Street Journal.
Cash or 12 month T-bill.
3. Identify short sales by using parenthesis around the dollar amount to be shorted. It is necessary to reserve cash in the amount of the short position. This reserve plus the cash from the short sale will be invested in T-Bills.
4. Winners will be determined based on the highest total return using the closing prices of January 19 and December 31, 2018.
All entries MUST be submitted by 11:59pm PST Sunday, January 21, 2018.
The annual ProAm Investment Challenge is a stock picking contest started by the Booth Alumni Club of Atlanta in 1987, and which has since spread to Booth clubs in other cities. The contest consists of investing a hypothetical $100,000 portfolio in 2-5 investments, long or short. We call it a ProAm because the Atlanta club has professional investors present their picks at a dinner event, where the attendees
then turn in their selections.
Click here to submit your 2018 entry.