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2014–'15 All-America Student Analyst Competition: Net Benchmark Outperformance

< Student Analysts Win Big on Oil and Gas Plays Net Benchmark OutperformanceTyler M. Price of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, constructed a portfolio with an average daily outperformance of nearly 60 basis points against the Russell 3000. In second place when students are measured by this metric is Baruch College's Matthew K. Feldman, who is this year's overall winner.This chart shows each participant’s average daily performance measured against the Russell 3000 Index. The worst stock pickers’ underperformance was more than double the magnitude of the best students’ gains.
Daily BPS
159Tyler M. PriceQuinnipiac University68
242Matthew K FeldmanBaruch College1
337Jonathan KangDrexel University108
435James D. GuidoQuinnipiac University22
535Andrew HahnCanisius College4
635Xichen JinFordham University40
731Spiro NanakosDrexel University2
830Jacob WoodringUniversity of Texas at Dallas10
930Ayushia AnsariStetson University13
1029Michael BurgessGeorge Mason79
1124Jared M. CaseyQuinnipiac University7
1224Robert CloughFairfield University8
1319Saeed AhmedBaruch College36
1419Lan NguyenLoyola University Chicago9
1519Jason AyatFordham University5
1618Sahag KavlakianSuffolk University97
1718Stephanie ChuiFairfield University32
1818Zhuojun CaiFordham University114
1917Hui-Yin HuangFairfield University180
2017Alice I CoganBaruch College27