I need someone who can provide an in-depth analysis of software that is used by a financial trading related company. The company is Zulutrade, and what it does is allow individuals to open Zulutrade accounts--these accounts link up with their brokerage accounts. Those individuals will then see a list of traders from around the world, who all use various brokerages, and see the trading performance of those traders. Those individuals can then "copy" the trades of whichever traders they choose (who are also linked to the Zulutrade network) via signals that are automatically transmitted to the individuals accounts and then those trades automatically get placed (copied). You can learn more about it just by looking up Zulutrade. Zulutrade also has features like Zuluguard, which monitors what traders are doing, and if a change in strategy is detected, those traders' trades are no longer copied, or at least a notification is sent.
I need someone who can provide an in-depth evaluation/assessment of how sophisticated/unsophisticated this type of network-based software is, and the difficulty in terms of manpower and length of time to recreate it. The information you would have to assess that is just publicly available information based on Google searches, and perhaps asking them specific questions via LiveChat (without telling them your purpose for doing so).
Essentially, what I need is a report on what would be involved if I were to hire someone, or a team of people to rebuild their software/network/trade copying protocol from scratch.
Pay will be $50 to $70 based on how detailed and accurate it seems to be.
February 1, 2018
I am looking for a mix of experience and value