Tozzi Finance Center Co-Director
Tozzi Finance Center Manager
The John R. and Georgene M. Tozzi Electronic Business and Finance Center at Michigan Ross gives you the experience of working in a state-of-the-art electronic trading floor and e-commerce lab. At Tozzi, you’ll experience both exciting courses and action-based learning opportunities.
The center hosts a mock trading floor, e-lab, and electronic modular classroom. The trading floor offers you an experience that incorporates the latest financial information technology for coursework in finance, accounting strategy, and computing. The e-Lab, dedicated to the research, practice, and teaching of e-commerce and electronic business, gives you the big picture on how information technology is transforming business.
Note: All services in this facility are reserved for the use of Michigan Ross students and faculty.
Maize and Blue Fund is a student-managed investment fund, responsible for managing assets on behalf of the Michigan Ross. Founded in 2000 by Professor Richard Sloan, the fund contributes to the Ross School’s action-based curriculum by providing relevant, real-time learning experience for both MBA and BBA students. This platform allows students to apply the concepts of asset valuation, equity research and portfolio management in the real world.
Any student that is taking a class at Ross, can take a workshop. Free, no charge. Just show up, no sign up, you will share a computer.
Check back in October for our new schedule.
The trading floor has 12 student terminals and 1 instructor terminal. The lab is open to anyone who is taking a class or part of a club at Michigan Ross; however, priority is placed on students that require the specialized financial software for their class.
Michigan Interactive Investments offers members a unique, real-world investing experience through education and hands-on portfolio management.
Michigan Ross hosts more than 70 student clubs and organizations where you can connect with peers who share your interests and passions.
Each month, a list is compiled of 100 stocks that appear on our custom 'torpedo' screen. The list is formed from analyzing Value, Momentum, Quality, Predictability and other factors.
The views and opinions expressed on the site are those of the students maintaining the site and in no way reflect official views or opinions taken by the University of Michigan or the University of Michigan Business School. The views expressed are based solely on publicly available information and do not purport to be complete statements of all data relevant to the securities mentioned. These reports are not intended to provide investment advice of any description including but not limited to, recommendations or offers to buy or sell the securities mentioned. Neither the University of Michigan, the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, nor its faculty, staff or students make any warranties either express or implied as to the accuracy or utility of the information profiled and assume no risk or liability for its use. The students maintaining the site and parties affiliated with them may, from time to time, hold a position in, and buy and sell the securities or derivatives thereof, of companies mentioned herein.
In other words, if you think you lost money based on something you read here, don't come crying to us.