Ed Scheidlower, president of Bryce Capital Funds of Bushnell's Basin, a 1988 graduate of Hobart College, was profiled in a June 19 story in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle.
Bryce began selling two mutual funds less than a year ago, and recently waived the $2,500 minimum investment, making it easier for young investors to get into the market.
“We know that if we do a good job over time, these accounts will grow and they will add to them,” Sheidlower said.
The article also mentioned Jacob Boak, 23, of Winthrop, St. Lawrence County, a rising senior year at HWS. He heard about the program from Sheidlower and made a $50 initial investment.
To read the full story, http://web.hws.edu/news/update/showwebclip.asp?webclipid=2205.