StockPitch Challenge


Maximize investment strategies that can consistently perform at a high-level meeting both short-term and long-term goals


Showcase your investing skills on the Invstr platform, generating simulated returns over the course of one month


Craft a creative strategy for both short-term and long-term gains for the CASH Club mutual fund


Demonstrate your understanding of key financial terms and tools (e.g. P/E Ratio, EPS, etc.)


The CASH Club StockPitch Challenge is a free-to-play investment strategy competition for high school students. In groups of 1-4, students develop their communication, teamwork, risk, industry analysis, company analysis, diversification, and investing. Judged by a team of investment professionals, the team with the best strategies will be recognized as CASH Club StockPitch champions!


Full details, rules, and rubric listed here.



July 8 - Aug 3



  1. Sign up for the competition using the Google Form.

  2. Make a new Invstr account for your team with a unique team name as the first name and the team leader’s last name (e.g. “Dragons Stapleton”).

  3. Join the Invstr League for the competition. 

  4. Work with your team to devise an investment strategy.

  5. Submit the deliverables listed below by August 3, 2020, at 11:59 PDT. Submit at the form here



  1. Sign the CASH Club StockPitch Challenge waiver.

  2. Power-Ups and Undos are allowed because the final judging is mostly based on strategy rather than return.

  3. Only one account per team is allowed. 

  4. You must be a middle or high school student in order to be eligible for prizes.

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Disclaimer: CASH Club Corp. and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal, investing, or accounting advice. The CASH Club curriculum has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal, investing, or accounting advice.