RITC2017 Social Outcry ResultThe Social Outcry Result can be found from this link.
Case Package, Scoring Methodology and PrizesThe RITC 2017 Case Package is available at the following link: RITC 2017 Case Package
*Update (Feb 8th): Algo case example paragraph in page 47 and 48 has been updated to be consistent with the table in page 48.
To learn more about the cases, please visit our Case FAQ section on this website.
The RITC 2017 Scoring Methodology and Prizes are available at the following link:
Scoring Methodology and Prizes
|S&P Global Credit Risk Case||flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16510|
|BP Commodities Case||flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16520|
|Flow Traders ETF Case||flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16530|
|Volatility Trading Case||flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16540|
|MathWorks Algorithmic Trading Case|| flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16550
flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16560
flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16570
flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16580
|Quantitative Outcry Case||flserver.rotman.utoronto.ca - port 16620|
Practice SessionsFour practice sessions will be run at the following dates and times:
(BP Case only) Wednesday, February 1st at 10:00am EST
(BP Case only) Wednesday, February 8th at 6:00pm EST
(All cases - starting with BP Commodities Case) Wednesday, February 15th at 5:00pm EST
(All cases - starting with BP Commodities Case) Tuesday, February 21st at 5:00pm EST
All participants are encouraged to connect to the practice servers of the appropriate case at the times listed above. Further details will be distributed via email.
Additional Support FilesBefore downloading any of the files below, please uninstall the previous version of the RIT RTD/API links and then install the new one (latest version January 26th). You can download the most recent version from the RIT Downloads webapge. Please follow the RIT - Client and RTD Installation Instructions when installing the RIT RTD/API links for Excel.
RIT Related DownloadsPlease check the RIT Downloads page for instructions on downloading:
MathWorks (creators of MATLAB) is sponsoring RITC 2017 and they will make their software available to all of the participants. To ask for a free trial of MATLAB, please see the offer of complimentary software.
For video tutorials and more information on MathWorks' involvement with RITC, click here.To use MATLAB in conjunction with the RIT, please follow the instructions below:
- Install MATLAB on your PC. Please install the 32bit version if you have Excel 32bit and install MATLAB 64bit if you have Excel 64bit.
Download the RIT toolbox from
RIT Toolbox for MATLAB
- Install the toolbox. Please note that it only works with MATLAB 2014b or newer.
Follow the tutorial to stream data and trade using MATLAB available at:
Tutorial - Connect the RIT and MATLAB