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  • All of their final analyses - known as Burkenroad Reports - are available to the public.

    The Seattle Times

  • According to Burkenroad's prospectus, the no-load version of the fund, which started Dec. 31, 2001, had returned 11.9 percent since inception through March 31, 2011.

    The Seattle Times

  • In the recessionary year of 2008, when many 401k plans lost much of their value, the Burkenroad fund suffered a loss of just under 25 percent compared to 33.8 percent for the Russell 2000 index.

    The Seattle Times

  • He said the Burkenroad fund's reliance on student reports is unique, although other business schools put their students to the task of researching investments for university endowments.

    The Seattle Times

  • And for the three years ending March 31, the Burkenroad fund returned 10.72 percent compared to 8.6 percent for the Russell 2000 index.

    The Seattle Times

  • In the case of the Burkenroad Fund, it's a group of students at Tulane University's Freeman School of Business who spend hours combing through the financial reports of companies that a lot of retail investors haven't heard of and analysts don't follow - and eventually find many of the stocks the fund buys.

    The Seattle Times

  • Peter RicchiutiPeter founded Tulane's Burkenroad Reports investment program, in which teams of university students assess stocks in Louisiana and neighboring states.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • Peter Ricchiuti takes your questions today at 12 noon about the stock market, local companies, and the Burkenroad conference

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • The Burkenroad program, through which students track the performance of regional public companies, allows investors to hear directly from company executives.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • Still, the Burkenroad Fund, a mutual fund that includes many of the companies that present at the conference, was up 31.63 percent in 2009 compared with 2008.

    New Orleans Saints Central

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