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The Investment Club will hold its first meeting of the school year at noon today in the Simon Center auditorium.

Students in the group learn about investing firsthand by making decisions about the purchase and sale of securities, and observing the results. They manage a portfolio valued at more than $200,000. There are no prerequisites for becoming a member, and all students are encouraged to join. Last year, the club had more than 100 members, with 50-80 present at each of the biweekly meetings.

In addition to managing the portfolio, officers prepare workshops to educate members about investing and Wall Street. They also organize trips and invite speakers. The trips give members exposure to Wall Street as well as the opportunity to network with people in the financial industry.

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