A group of four from Reading School won this year’s Student Investor Challenge competition, which is run by the London Institute of Banking and Finance and aims to help young people learn about the stock market. We caught up with two of the winners to find out how their virtual £100,000 portfolios fared.
00:19 what is the Student Investor Challenge?
00:50 meet the Quantum Fund four
02:14 a top stock
02:58 portfolio performance
07:23 what did the students gain from the experience?
From left to right: Yashwanth Karupalli, Anirudh George, Dev Goyal (captain) and Rahul Menon of Reading School's Quantum Fund.
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