Designed as teaching tools, an increasing number of business schools have launched student-run mutual funds, and even opening them to investors, according to The Wall Street Journal.

A dozen years ago or so, there were 30 such funds, according to the Association of Student Managed Investment Programs at Stetson University in Florida. Today, there are more than 200.

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