Are you an investment expert who loves sharing your ideas with investors? Do you have strong opinions about the stock market and investments?
Wyatt Investment Research is expanding our team of contributors. We’re looking for freelance writers who specialize in the following opportunities:
We want articles that are well researched and share a unique opportunity and investment opinion with our audience of individual investors. Articles must have a compelling headline and lead that quickly engages the reader. And the remainder of the article must pay-off with valuable information and profitable ideas.
We also need frequent special reports detailing specific sectors and top investment ideas. These special reports are typically 5 – 10 pages in length, and analyze at least one stock for our readers.
We’re building a team of regular freelance contributors to provide top-notch investment content to our audience. This includes short blog posts (300 – 500 words), articles (500 – 1,000 words), and special reports (+2,000 words).
We hire both freelance writers and have full time writers on salary. We prefer to have an ongoing and regular business relationship with a select group of experienced, knowledgeable and talented writers. If you’re interested in the stability of regular work from an established publisher, please contact us today.
How to Apply
To make it easy for us to find your email, please include the words “Stock Market Writer” in the subject line. Please include the following in your email:
We will be reviewing candidates in the coming weeks. Qualified candidates can expect a response within two weeks. We expect to expand our team in January.
Our email address is [email protected]
About Us: Wyatt Investment Research is an online media company and investment newsletter publisher. The company reaches over 400,000 individual investors from around the world with our free e-letters and paid subscription newsletters. Wyatt Investment Research was founded in 2001 and named to the Inc. Magazine Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S.