He's a Short-Term Stock Whiz

U-T San Diego -- When it comes to his own money, Daniel McAllister says he's adverse to risk.

But give him $100,000 of play money and he'll double it in the stock market, at least in the short term.

McAllister, 28, who graduates this month from the University of San Diego with his MBA, beat about 700 other students from 34 colleges and universities across the country in a four-month stock-picking contest called the All-America Student Analyst Competition. This was the contest's first year. (Full Story