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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We need a investor proposal which will include the following : 1. Introduction 2.What are we going to sell? (Product mix definition) 3.How are we going to deliver? 4.Feasibility – Marketing strategy 5.Financial projections 6.How much money do we need? 7. Return of Investment Please ensure the you will very good in Investor proposal making .
Skills: Investment Research Business Proposal Writing Equity Research Financial Writing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hiring someone to run a objective SWOT and Competitive analysis. 4 companies. The spreadsheet with 5 tabs will be uploaded upon acceptance of the job. This sheet will giving you direction on which research should be completed and the names of the 4 companies. If you find and include other companies which are similar, I will include a bonus.
Skills: Investment Research Operations Research Research
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hello! I am the Business Development Manager for Wanderlust Ventures. I am in need of a team of airline and aviation consultants, experts and enthusiast to launch a membership based airline service. I am free this week for a call with knowledgeable advisors to help me build a team of knowledgable and passionate airline experts who can provide exceptional consulting services and growth ideas!!! Thanks! Lisa M. Wanderlust Ventures
Skills: Investment Research Aviation Corporate Strategy Management Consulting
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $259 - Posted
In the financial chapter of my book I analyze 10 stocks and compare the stocks to the S&P 500 ($SPXEW) as well and the (RRG $SPXEW). I had a series 7 and 63 years ago, but I need someone else to review the stock charts to ensure the analysis of the stock charts accurately represents the information on the stock chart. The chapter is 37 - 40 pages long, including 20 stock charts from stockcharts.com. All graphs are from 1/1/2001 to present. Recent or current series 7 is a must as well as experience analyzing stock charts and communicating the information in the stock chart in lay terms.
Skills: Investment Research Financial analysis Financial Reporting
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
We are looking for an individual who can identify grant opportunities from both public and private sources and then complete the applications. Individual will be responsible for identifying opportunities for the organization and also for filling out these forms with pre-existing and provided information. Upwork requires a budget amount I dont know why, I've noted $5 but we wait your offer.
Skills: Investment Research Business Writing Crowdfunding Fundraising
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
Hi, I’m looking for a good Internet researcher and/or writer interested in financial markets. The person will focus on individual real estate company stocks. The research portion requires the person to answer a list of about thirty questions. The person will extract data from multiple files from the companies’ investor relations website such as SEC filings, presentations, press releases, quarterly releases and supplemental reports. As we improve the due diligence process, there might be changes to the list. The writing portion requires the person to turn a short narrative and the answers into a 1,000-1,500-word article. The person has to know how to prioritize information, telling which is good or bad to the share price. The narrative should be compelling, sound professional, and will be eventually posted online. I’ll provide the short narrative. This should be U.S. English. The person has to minimally understand stock market. Please let me know if you can take on an activity or both (research and writing). This is going to be done on a project basis (not hourly basis).
Skills: Investment Research English Grammar Online Writing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for a seasoned financial writer that can conduct recorded Webcam interviews with financial advisors and portfolio managers. The key skill is knowing how to ask good questions and get the principal comfortable in responding. Primary questions will be supplied by the advisors or portfolio managers but I need some who know the investment industry well enough to know how to come up with relevant related questions to elicit conversation. There will be no actual writing as the work product will be an edited version of the interview.
Skills: Investment Research Interviewing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $15 - Posted
I have a credit card and have a good interest free period beyond which the interest is very high. I would like someone to research thoroughly financial institutions to find the best deal so that I can transfer the debt to a credit card that will work out to be more financially beneficial. You must have a thorough understanding of banking terms, understand interest rates, fees, penalties etc and be able to make accurate, intelligent and objective analysis of the top three options. I would like a small report highlighting the key points of each of the credit options including interest free periods, interest rates, bank fees and any other charges or variables.
Skills: Investment Research Corporate Finance
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
JOB OVERVIEW: InvesBrain is an online platform that offers the latest news and opinions about people, business, technology, stock markets, companies, and the green economy all with a focus on what matters to Canadians and Canadian Investors. The site focuses on topics, emerging sectors, and ideas that matter in today's changing economy. We gather analysis and opinion from investors and industry experts together with original content that's designed to be informative, engaging, and shareable. InvesBrain has developed a unique platform and approach to authoring based on summarization and review of aggregated and curated content. We’re looking for writers, journalists and/or analysts who can leverage our platform to write concise and comprehensive reports and summaries in a relatable and compelling way . If you’re the type of person who likes to paraphrase stories in an easy to digest, shareable, sharp, humorous, and informative way in order to give a summary on current events, businesses, or the state of the economy to your friends, we’d love to hear from you! THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: • Bachelor degree in journalism, economics, finances, or related field • Has excellent research, writing and editing skills and can produce shareable content in a timely manner • Experience working in investment, business, economics, or finances an asset • Data and news junkie • Familiar with the Canadian economy, businesses, stock markets, including terms, key players, and important stories/events, but can write summaries for all audience levels • Track and analyze important stories pertaining to the stock markets, Canadian green tech, Canadian public companies, emerging technology trends in Canada • Highly-motivated, self-starter who can work independently • At least 2+ years research and writing experience We are looking for 400-800 word reports and summaries that are easy to digest, sharp, humorous, and informative. Applicants MUST have a propensity for telling stories in a relatable and compelling way. Payment is provided based on each completed assignment and depends on experience. Include your resume, a link to your CV on LinkedIn, three articles, reports, or summaries, explain in your cover letter why you are interested in the position and what topics you would like to cover.
Skills: Investment Research Editing Financial Reporting Market research
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I'm looking for help from an awesome person who loves detail, who loves to find the story behind the story (not the obvious stuff) and research. We're looking to find (backed by data) which industries or business types do great when the real estate market does really bad. During the last real estate downturn, 2008-2012 or so... which types of businesses or industries did great? We have our eye on attorneys as one potential (just a hunch... but we could be wrong.) but would love to find other industries / business types to look at. OR, on the flip side... when residential real estate is doing bad are there other parts of the real estate market that tend to do good? i.e. - self storage, rental properties, etc. A few things to help you on this... - "Bad" to me is defined as a heavy buyers market. Notice during the housing downturn housing costs went way down, time on market went way up, and fewer houses were sold to retail buyers. - In high foreclosure markets vacancy rates of rental properties tends to go down (which is a good thing) and the value of rental properties goes up. So even in a heavy down market in residential real estate as far as sales prices goes... real estate investments can be really good to those people who aren't buying a house but have to rent. If you can find any data there that is interesting include it in the report. - Attorneys: Please research how lawyers / attorneys do as a whole during big real estate downturns. One possible way is to find any publicly traded law firms and see how their value changed from 2008-2012... or find attorney forums and ask them how business was during those years. Last, I'd like to find out how the trend goes as far as as a real estate market is changing... when real estate investors / house flippers dive into the market in droves and when new real estate agents dive into the market in droves. Usually it's like this... - Market is cold and houses are harder to sell... this drives some agents out of the market and only the legit house flippers who have an actual business and systems stay in (early 2000's) - Market starts to warm up and houses are selling more quickly... prices rise. House flippers go into the market first usually... followed by agents by 12-18 months (I'd love to back it up w/ data though) - Market is hot and houses are selling like hotcakes (2004-'07) and amateur house flippers dive in for "easy money"... and any real estate agent with a pulse can make money. - A market shift happens and inventory tightens up which drives rookie house flippers out and agents start drooling and making lots of money. this is where above asking price offers happen and houses sell fast. - A market shift happens again where the buyers dry up. Could be an economic shift like in 2008, or prices went too high and the market needs a correction, etc. In this phase we've found that real estate agents start to decline, etc. Deliverables: 1. Anyhow, we just want a simple report, doesn't have to be long at all. Could literally be half a page long... that just shows what you found as far as what industries / markets do GREAT when residential real estate is down (like from 2008-2012). Ideally it would be a repeated trend that happened during the real estate downturn around 2001 as well... not just 2008-2012... so we can show there is a direct correlation not just a coincidence. 2. In that report see if you can find how long behind the surge in house flippers does the surge in agents happen in a hot market? You can find some of that data in the realtytrac house flipping reports.... realtor.com / org has heaps of great agent data. Could prob look at the house flipping reports and put together some sort of very simple crude graph that covers 2000-2012 and shows the volume of houses flipped vs the volume of real estate agents in a market during that year (I think realtor publicizes the data of how many active real estate agents there are). Why?: We have a business that mainly caters to real estate house flippers and investors... and we're creating a product for agents... but we know they're both tied to and correlated with the real estate market shifts. We'd love to add a part to our business that capitalizes on a market that does GREAT when house flipping and selling retail real estate doesn't do great.
Skills: Investment Research Data Analytics Internet research Research