is tomorrow 1-2PM EST!
LOL, you actually thought I was hiring writers for my 4? Nope, i’m a one man show because I know it’s all about quality control.
Lucky for you, most others in the penny stock world aren’t nearly as picky, check out this Craigslist ad which says:
You are not going to see a job title like this everyday, that is for sure. And we’re not looking for an “everyday” writer either.
We operate some of the largestin the country. Our members are aggressive penny stock traders and our goal is to provide them with 2 or 3 trading ideas every week.
We are currently looking for a lead writer that is experienced in all aspects of what a trader thinks – not just a typical stock trader, but a trader who makes their living in the OTC markets.
The ideal applicant will be very proficient in technical analysis, understand the underlying factors that are effecting the markets, and be able to do adequate due diligence on a stock with very little oversight.
This is a writing position, so you will obviously need to be an excellent writer. Anyone who has written for a well-known financial website or magazine will get brownie points as we review resumes.
If you are a writer, but not a trader… then don’t bother applying. We are looking for someone that has sat behind the trading screen all day and knows how a trader really thinks and what is important to him.
Our newsletter is irreverent and more edgy than what you would find in the WSJ. Think of content more in line with what you would find on Fool.
Is this the job for you? Let us know. We want to see links to examples of what you’ve published and written in the past. If all you have to send is a resume, then don’t bother. We’re looking for someone experienced here.
Compensation: $4k to $6k per month, salary
Telecommuting is ok.