College investors manage $250,000 investment fund

College investors manage $250,000 investment fund

Here is a great item we found on the NZ herald. Click on the link at the bottom to read the whole item.

Learning to play the sharemarket and make wise investments is paying dividends for a group of Auckland secondary school students in charge of a $250,000 investment fund.

Nine senior students at Dilworth School in Auckland were getting real-life financial experience as trustees of a fund called School Aid: Global Partnerships through Schools.

The brainchild of former Dilworth old boy and Prime Minister Mike Moore, School Aid was founded in 2009 as a way for students to learn about investment, with dividends used for charitable purposes.

A combination of a gift from Moore and money raised at a charity event had created a fund of just over $250,000 for students to grow.

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