Financial Services Lab
The Financial Services Laboratory located in Bisgrove Hall, Rm 150 offers the following in software resources:
Standard & Poor's Research Insight
Complete source of financial and pricing data on equity securities, with 20 year historical coverage. It allows students to prepare, analyze and run studies on security pricing and trading strategies.
Thompson One Investment Management
Portfolio Management software that provides complete analysis of portfolio holdings. Real time information is provided on securities prices, showing order flow and execution as it is happening on the Exchanges. Full text of analyst's research reports, company conference calls, and press conferences.
Analysis and ranking of mutual fund securities.
Statistical Analysis System, software used to conduct sophisticated data analysis and modeling.
Simulation program that works with Excel to provide detailed "what-if?" analysis in spreadsheet models. Widely used in operations analysis, risk management and corporate finance.
High level matrix/array computer modeling system that allows for model building and analysis of financial and economic data. Widely used to model financial assets such as futures, options, swaps and other derivatives.
For more information regarding the Financial Services Lab please contact Professor Ed Hutton at 716-286-8208 or firstname.lastname@example.org