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The Spring 2016 Vetr University Challenge results are in!

You read that right! The Vetr University Challenge is officially over, the ratings have been audited, and the results are in!

But before we announce the winners, we want to give a big thank you to all who participated. Without you, this competition would not have been possible, and we hope that you continue to use Vetr and make awesome ratings. Now without further adieu, here are the winners of the Spring 2016 Vetr University Challenge.

Let’s start with the extra prizes:

The student who wrote the most stock analyses, winning a $50 Amazon gift card, is Joe Haegele from Cornell University.

The student who referred the most people to Vetr, winning a $50 Amazon gift card, is Ryan Lundeen from the University of Nebraska, Omaha.

The student who earned the most achievements, winning a $100 Amazon gift card, is Jacob Engel from the University of Nebraska, Kearny.

Now for the moment we’ve all be waiting for, here are the winners of the Spring 2016 Vetr University Challenge:

In third place, winning a $150 Amazon gift card, we have Sergei Banashko from Fordham University who earned 123 points and a 39.66% return.

In second place, winning a $200 Amazon gift card, we have Joe Haegele from Cornell University who earned 124 points and a 44.6% return.

And last and certainly not least, the winner of the Spring 2016 Vetr University Challenge, winning a $250 Amazon gift card and an interview for an internship with Vetr, is Ryan Lundeen from the University of Nebraska, Omaha who earned 125 points and a 48.74% return!

Congratulations to our winners, you can see the full leaderboard here.

We hope you had as much fun as we did following this competition, because we had a blast checking out these impressive stock picks. Its encouraging to see young people getting hands on experience picking stocks as it will give them an opportunity for better financial independence in the future. We hope that the students who participated learned valuable skills through the University Challenge.

Be sure to check out our next University Challenge, because we have something huge in the works!

Thank you and best of luck with finals!

Sincerely,
The Vetr Team – Rahul, JD, Zoheb, Santhosh, Patrick, and Mike