This is why having Bloomberg Professional and Terminal will give you an edge over the dumb money and stock market chasers

(Last Updated On: May 16, 2014)

This is why having Bloomberg Professional and Terminal will give you an edge over the dumb money and stock market chasers

Watch these various videos to give you an idea on the powerful research you get from this service. NO I am not a Bloomberg stooge getting paid to put this out there.

A couple of limitations is the cost of $2k per month for a 2 year term. ALso, some say there is a limit on how much you can download  through their API. Oh yes, there is also a special app for your Ipad as well.

NJIT we have a Bloomberg Terminal for that …

Bloomberg Training: Analyzing Equity Options: Google Inc – www.fintute.com

This appears to be a really good Youtube channel.

Bloomberg Training: Finding FX Volume on Bloomberg, Forex trading – www.fintute.com

 

Bloomberg Tutorial

This is how much a Bloomberg terminal costs

http://qz.com/84961/this-is-how-much-a-bloomberg-terminal-costs/

Yes, Matlab does support this same service

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