Bothell student wins online stock market challenge

Mowrey was able to turn $100,000 into $112,857 in 10 weeks and beat the S& P 500 average by 7.7 percent.

  • Monday, February 12, 2018 9:45am
  • Life

Bothell High School student Carl Mowrey’s portfolio competed against 248 other students in the state and won first place in a 10-week online stock market challenge.

Mowrey was able to turn $100,000 into $112,857 and beat the S&P 500 average by 7.7 percent. The challenge was part of a personal finance class Mowrey is currently taking.

Mowrey will be attending an awards ceremony at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco later this year as a result.

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