I’m a Year 12 New Zealand student planning on which extracurricular’s I should undertake in order to get admitted to an ivy league university. I am looking at obtaining an undergrad in economics / business. I am on target to repeat my previous year’s academic performance; I achieved Level 1 and all subjects within with excellence endorsements, and will most likely do so again this year.
Firstly, I have been learning technical analysis for the past year, and more recently - fundamental analysis for the past few months. I will most likely invest my own money into the market by the end of the year which I aim to make a real return on. Furthermore, I am in the planning stages of creating my own community initiative / organisation dedicated to teaching others the methods and tools of market analysis. The initiative will most likely consist of a series of courses online, as well as a community forum which I will be personally invested in.
Would these extracurricular’s be sufficient in order to be considered a high caliber candidate at a top university in the States, assuming I make real returns on my trades, and I acquire a community of a few hundred active participants? If I am missing a key extracurricular, I would much appreciate if you could please guide me in the correct direction.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.