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Reuter 3000Xtra Workshop

Hi, I find that our library will run a series of workshop on Reuters 3000Xtra system in Subotnick Center. I want to register for one workshop next week. Is anyone interested in?

Here is the link for register: Baruch Home | Newman Home | Services | Workshops

But I am wondering whether our program will offer such kind of tutoring in Fall semester. Besides, will we often use this system for our trading?

Muting
 

alain

Older and Wiser
Muting, I took the workshops last year. I recommend to take them so you get an idea of how to get prices and how to use Reuters. We used it later in our Risk class to calculate VaR.
 
Hi, I find that our library will run a series of workshop on Reuters 3000Xtra system in Subotnick Center. I want to register for one workshop next week. Is anyone interested in?

Here is the link for register: Baruch Home | Newman Home | Services | Workshops

But I am wondering whether our program will offer such kind of tutoring in Fall semester. Besides, will we often use this system for our trading?

Muting

Many thanks for sharing this information, I just registered for the 7/31@12:30-1:45pm session.
 

rholowczak

Director, Wasserman Trading Floor/Subotnick Center
Folks:
Every semester the Wasserman Trading Floor/ Subotnick Center hosts between 40 and 50 workshops (FREE to all Baruch students, faculty and staff) that teach the basics of using
Reuters and Bloomberg. In the Summer we run just a small number of them. The
basic workshops are taught by Harold Gee and Luis Liu at the Library and the
advanced workshops are taught by myself and Bernard Donefer, Associate Director of the
Center. The workshops we currently offer are:
- Reuters I - learning to use the Reuters Kobra interface
- Reuters II - learning to use PowerPplus Pro, an Excel add-in that lets you bring Reuters data into Excel
- Technical Analysis using Reuters
- Analyzing and Monitoring FX markets using Reuters
- Analyzing and Monitoring Futures markets using Reuters
- Analyzing and Monitoring Options markets using Reuters
- Analyzing and Monitoring Fixed Income markets using Reuters
- Introduction to Bloomberg

In general you sign up for the workshops using the link that was already posted.
The workshops appear on the schedule about 3 to 4 weeks before the workshop date.

Before you attend a workshop, you should visit our web site community on Blackboard
and dowload/print the handouts we have for each workshop. In addition, the handouts are written in such a way that if you can not attend the workshop, you can always follow the handout and get a good idea of how to get things done. Instructions for joining the
Blackboard community are posted on our web site:
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/centers/subotnick/
Click on Student Resources and then Tutorials and User's Guides
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/centers/subotnick/resources/tutorials-and-user-s-guides/

Cheers,

Prof. H.
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/centers/subotnick/contact.html
 
Prof. Holowczak:

Your information is of great help. I have already signed up for one workshop.

Muting
 
I took three of the Reuters workshops last semester, they come in handy for me since I am using Reuters for FI everyday, and also, you can register class from the Bloomberg terminal, and the class will be held in Bloomberg Building around 59 @ Lexington, they have series of classes for different level and products.
 
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