Finance students present at conference

Sixteen undergraduate students from the University of Tennessee at Martin presented their portfolio investment strategy during the 21st Tennessee Valley Authority Investment Challenge Conference held April 8-9 in Nashville. These students managed a TVA stock portfolio valued at more than $500,000 over the course of the semester as part of a real-world project for students in the UT Martin College of Business and Global Affairs. Pictured during the conference are (front row, l-r) Fadhel Alanazi, an international student living in Martin; China McFall, of Clifton; Macy Slaughter, of Dyersburg; Connor Matheny, of Collierville; Kyle Severance, of Gray, Maine; Alisa Quayle, of Martin; Janki Patel, of Jackson; Hannah Lokey, of Martin; Dr. Nell Gullett and Dr. Mahmoud Haddad, professors of finance; (back row) Tyler Bush, of Huntingdon; Morgan Goodman, of Charleston; Ethan Maddox, of Huntingdon; Ty Smith, of Selmer; Lance Roby, of Jackson; Gage Schneeberger, of Medina; and Andrew Allen, of Paris. For more information, contact Haddad at 731-881-7249 or


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