Welcome to UIS
The Undergraduate Investment Society at UCLA (UIS) might be run by undergraduates but is not restricted to them. UIS is the largest investing organization at UCLA that delivers the study, practice, and concepts of Investing to the entire UCLA population through seminars, presentations, events, and this website. Since its inception, UIS has endeavored to connect UCLA students with the knowledge of the inner workings behind the intricate world of finance so that they can join the ranks of the world’s best investors. Events encompass workshops that teach the fundamentals of investing, club seminars on current investing strategies and economic events, and presentations delivered by speakers from firms that emblematize the most successful firms in the finance industry. Becoming a part of UIS establishes a young bruin above all others.
Spring 2014 Meetings Will Take Place Mondays in Royce 156 from 6:00PM to 7:30PM! Stay tuned for a Tentative Schedule!
February 28, 2014
In this post I will give you just a few quick hints, tips, and links to get started using R in Finance. R is available at http://www.r-project.org. This website gives you the base program, R. This is a console-like application, which means that you type, and it listens. That is all. There is very little in →
December 18, 2013
It’s the Holidays, once again. And, as it turns out, Santa Gekko has left us all a lump of pure gold. It is easy; I understand. Getting lost among all the economic data is something that even the most seasoned of Wall Streeters will do repeatedly. For example, many Wall Streeters will report things like →
May 15, 2013
s we all know, the U.S. markets have been going straight up lately; and we’re all wondering why this is. Here’s a closer look at the several markets driving this rally to the moon. Bond Market: Yield on the 10-year treasury spiked from 1.66 to 1.96 in just two weeks. Market participants are selling →
September 11, 2012
ave you ever began studying something only to ask yourself what you had gotten into? I am sure anyone who has taken organic chemistry can relate. That’s how I felt preparing for my Options presentation last week. Options trading from a conceptual level make sense. You can either multiply your profits on a stock you →