Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

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Events 

Rambler Investment Fund Meetings

The Rambler Investment Fund (RIF) is a student-run global macroeconomic fund with the explicit goal of generating an absolute return. The fund was founded in spring of 2015 and is actively managed by 5 investment committee members who are assisted by 30 analysts. Please contact us at rifloyola@luc.edu if you have any inquiries.

The Rambler Investment Fund's Fall Pitches

RIF's Fall Semester Pitches have a strong turnout with a diverse group of industry professionals, alumni, and staff in attendance. Investment pitches by RIF's student analysts ranged from ForEx strategies to value investments such as Huntsman Corp. Additionally, two analysts created and pitched RIF's first equity basket (composed of several defensive primes). RIF is also branching out into new, uncorrelated markets such as the crypto space. We are excited to allocate a small percentage of our assets into this budding industry, which we anticipate to have large growth and further attraction from mainstream investors. A special thanks to all of those who attended Fall pitches, we sincerely appreciate your support an hope to see you again this Spring!

 

Past Events

Business Analytics Week

Analytics Week is six days of workshops and training where you can learn and work with analytics tools used by major companies to transform data into actionable insights.

Workshops:

09:30-01:00 pm 4/04 Intermediate Excel Workshop No Details
11:30-01:00 pm 4/09 Visual Analytics with Tableau Details
04:00-06:00 pm 4/10 Machine Learning Explained Details
04:00-06:00 pm 4/11 Visual Analytics with Tableau Details
11:00-01:00 pm 4/12 Machine Learning Explained Details
09:00-11:00 am 4/13 Cognitive Analytics - IBM Watson Details
11:00-01:00 pm 4/13 Mining Google Searches with R Details


Network with the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC)

Please join us at the CME Group Foundation Business Analytics Lab for a networking eventwith the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC), the world’s largest equity derivatives clearing organization located here in Chicago. Hear directly from group leaders about activities and opportunities available at OCC in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science. This event took place April 30, 2017.

This is a free event sponsored by the OCC (www.theocc.com) in collaboration with the CME Lab, and is open to students and faculty.

Introduction to Algorithmic Trading

This meeting will discuss how to build a stock market trading strategy using Quantopian, an online stock backtester developed in Python. This introductory level workshop will give you the ability to create and backtest your own basic trading strategies using Quantopian pipelines. The workshop took place April 8, 2017. For more information click here