In "How Ohio State Fund Invests Its $24 Million," TheStreet.com contributor Jonas Elmerraji looked at how Ohio State University's Student Investment Management (SIM) program approaches stock selection.Where Are They Now? On January 25, the following were the five best-performing stock holdings in Ohio State's multi-million dollar student-run portfolio, along with how the stocks have performed since then. 1. America Movil ( AMX): Up over 3%, recently trading in the $56-$57 range. 2. Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ): Up around 12%, until today (see " EDS Deal Is Deja Vu for H-P Investors"). 3. Teva Pharmaceutical ( TEVA): Up over 1%, recently trading in the $44-$45 range. 4. Berkshire Hathaway ( BRK.A): Down over 10%, recently trading around $124,000. 5. Peabody Energy ( BTU): Up over 27%, recently trading in the $70-72 range. SIM's Five Best-Performing Holdings -- Today Short-term market fluctuations aside, three of the SIM students' previous top five positions make can be found in their current top five. According to SIM's Matt Falk, here is a snapshot of the group's current best-performing stocks (since their initial purchase). 1. Peabody: Up almost 100%. 2. America Movil: Up over 64%. (This stock is also owned by the University of North Carolina's Applied Investment Management program.) 3. Apple ( AAPL): Up over 49%.
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