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Stanford Pre-Business Association » SPBA Joins the Global Business Network

The Global Business Network (GBN) is a closed community composed of business orientated student organizations from leading universities all around the world. SPBA joined the GBN in January 2009. As an organizing member, SPBA is helping to organize the 2009 GBN Challenge.

http://www.gbnonline.org/

GBN Challenge 2009

During the years of steady growth investors were busy choosing stocks that go up quicker than others and were less concerned with the value of the stocks. Unlike in the growth of the bubble, now as stock prices fall we would like to know where we will hit the bottom. What is the value of a share in the worst case?

Now that classical models failed to predict this crisis, can you do better? What is value to you and what is risk? The GBN seeks original ideas that, with the advice of some experts of the field can turn into recognized market statements.