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    We are an Optical supply company designing and supplying spectacles, lenses, frames and sun glasses to 700+ Opticians and a number of major retail chains with their own branded products. We would like to raise funds to clear early stage borrowings and to advance the growth of the business. An ideal raise would be £500,000 to £750,000.

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    I need someone who can explain to me what each and every single word and number mean here: (one particular company) I don't want to know about any other financial subject, company, trend, idea, or anything related to finances. I just want to know everything about this one particular company and I can pay very good for your valuable time explaining me if I feel I'm learning something new. I'm not stupid, I've made a clean totally legal and fair fortune at a very young age. I have no educational degree other than high school. And I unfortunately many people that I know of, got some financial degree of some sort and they can't explain every word and number in there. I think I understand about 25% or maybe less. I need 100% and I can pay progressively up to as much a...

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    I am looking for someone to edit my book on financial invesment. It is currently 15,000 words and looking for someone to help edit it and send me in the right direction for improvements.

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    1. Select and study a research paper on investment strategies in financial markets published not earlier than 2015. (*The paper should be confirmed with me before moving to steps below*) 2. Prepare a ppt presentation on the paper using the following format: Part A. Presentation of the paper. 1. Investment strategy details: instruments, period, main investment idea, rules for opening/closing investment positions. 2. Results: returns and risk measures for the strategy. PART B. Critical discussion. (The most important part) 1. How realistic is the strategy, are real life strategy details included eg. transaction costs, liquidity issues etc. 2. Assess the return and risk calculations, as well as other computational/modelling details. Conclusion Important: Confirm with me research pape...

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