Tiger Investments is Princeton’s only undergraduate organization created to help students become smarter investors and learn more about financial markets.
We’re an organization dedicated to learning how financial markets function from a real world perspective. We consider valuation techniques, monetary policy, geopolitical developments, decision theory and everything else in between.
Weekly club meetings are held on Fridays at 9pm in Frist 234. We may conduct case studies on individual equities or discuss the broader market and global macro forces. Past special events involved a trip to Firestone Library’s Bloomberg terminal, a fast-paced game of financial jeopardy and a stock pitch / trade idea competition.
As a growing group, Tiger Investments is actively seeking to involve more of the undergraduate body and attract students with an interest in financial markets. We encourage anyone interested to drop by! Please refer to our events page page for more details.