Topical Deep Dive: Bloomberg and FactSet
Presented by Don Shelly, Finance Professor of Practice, in collaboration with the Business Library
Don Shelly, Finance Professor of Practice, will be leading four independent, one-hour sessions on selected finance topics. These sessions are designed to take you deeper into using the Bloomberg terminal and FactSet database to enhance your finance decisions. Anyone with an interest in learning more about effective investment research may attend. No registration is required.
All sessions will be on Tuesdays from 5:20-6:20 PM in the Business Library, 150A Maguire (Kitt Investing and Trading Center).
Nov. 19 Using the Bloomberg and FactSet Excel Add-Ins
These sessions are not designed to teach you how to navigate Bloomberg or FactSet. Register for Bloomberg Basics and Investment Research in order to get the most out of using these databases.
Have more questions? Ask a Business Librarian to learn more.
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Ask a Business Librarian to get started.
The Business Library has…
- stands to elevate computer monitors (Request at the back service desk)
- ear-plugs for times when more focused studying is necessary (Ask at either service desk)
- PC mice if yours runs away (Check out with SMU ID from back service desk)
If you have questions or need assistance with any of these items, contact a Business Library staff member.