Boston College Investment Club

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The Boston College Investment Club is a collegiate investment organization with roughly $1.1M assets under management. Founded in 1982, BCIC is a fully student-run organization that focuses on long-only opportunities within the equity markets. The club aims to further the understanding of the stock market through research and practice, as a way for students to get a better understanding of broader market events and economic signals. BCIC primarily opts for a bottoms-up approach when analyzing potential investments and seeks companies with strong economic moats as well as sound fundamentals. The club members are divided into analyst teams covering different industries to systematically review the portfolio and come up with new ideas. In addition to managing funds, the club also strives to mentor members as they progress through their own recruiting processes for jobs in the financial services industry.

  • BCIC was founded as an independent fund in 1982 with $80,000 in seed money.

  • BCIC has strived to develop a legacy of conscientious investors who are well-attuned to the dynamic financial markets.

  • Boston College generously provides all students access to a Bloomberg Terminal, S&P Capital IQ, FactSet, and Thomson ONE in addition to several other research databases.

BCIC Performance in Numbers

  • $1+ Million Assets Under Management

  • 200+ Members

  • 60 Analysts

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