AP: US Investing Championship To Restart In 2019

The Associated Press on Tuesday released a statement announcing that the United States Investment Championship, which previously ran from 1983 to 1993 and was dominated by some of the top names in technical analysis, would restart in 2019 under its original proprietor, Dr. Norman Zada. Robert Prechter, Jr. won the competition in 1984 with a then-record 444% return in a monitored options trading account.

Read the full statement here: United States Investing Championship to Restart in 2019.

The championship costs $350 to enter, and the competition runs over the course of an entire year. To compete, "each participant must specify a real account number for an account of $20,000 or more, on or before December 31, 2018. If they do well and wish to appear in the quarterly standings, they submit copies of their brokerage statements at the end of each quarter," according to the AP.

There is also a competition exclusively for accounts of $1M or more, the Money Manager Verified Ratings, which costs $1,000 to enter.

For more information, contact Dr. Norman Zada at norman@financial-competitions.com, or 310-409-7193, or 310-476-0700.