As the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit another all-time high and crossed the 24K mark, small caps also had a good week as they would be a significant beneficiary to corporate tax reform.  Within the Adirondack Cup, Buffalo continued to dominate this past week.  One of its positions has nearly doubled since the competition began.  Hofstra jumped 10 spots and is now in 3rd place.  Below are the current standings of the Adirondack Cup.  These returns are since inception (October 16, 2017).

Current Standing Total Return
1        (1) Buffalo State 38.47%
2        (2) State University of New York at Geneseo 15.40%
3      (13) Hofstra University 9.14%
4        (6) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 8.95%
5        (5) University at Albany, State University of New York 5.33%
6        (8) Binghamton University 5.03%
7      (12) Bryn Mawr College 5.01%
8      (11) Ithaca College 4.92%
9        (3) Rhode Island College 4.67%
10        (7) Siena College 4.28%
11        (4) Wesleyan University 3.99%
12      (14) Southern Vermont College 2.95%
13        (9) State University of New York at Plattsburgh 2.08%
14      (15) Skidmore College 0.85%
15      (16) Penn State Behrend -0.09%
16      (10) The College at Brockport, State University of New York -0.82%
17      (20) The College of St. Rose -2.03%
18      (18) Clarkson University -2.82%
19      (19) St. Lawrence University -4.24%
20      (23) Nazareth College -6.59%
21      (22) St. John Fisher College -8.11%
22      (21) Stonehill College -8.60%
23      (24) Saunders College of Business at RIT -8.93%
24      (17) Temple University -10.43%
Russell 2000 Index 2.44%
Adirondack Cup Aggregated 2.43%
() Denotes prior week’s standing