Red Pulse is a tokenized research ecosystem for China's economy and capital markets. The company incorporates its own cryptocurrency, RPX, to facilitate an open and transparent sharing economy for research, and is developing a machine learning-based matching engine to connect industry experts with institutions seeking market insights to make better business decisions regarding China markets. Ultimately, Red Pulse aims to solve the problem that we all face today: Information overload. We are accepting interns year-round to engage in this effort.
Interns would work closely with our experienced research analysts and content producers to broaden our coverage of China’s financial markets and economy. You’ll be part of a team that drives the development of new products and services offered via Red Pulse’s tokenized currency to help the global investment community better understand the Chinese market environment and make informed business and investment decisions. You’ll also have the benefit of both formal and informal training sessions to help you learn about China’s financial markets, sectors, and research/analysis processes from industry professionals.
Research Analyst Interns are expected to write 3-4 reports a day covering market moving events among various sectors in China. We are looking for individuals that have a passion to better understanding China’s financial, tech, consumer, etc industries and the implications of their global influence. Most analysts must have strong English skills, as our clients are all English speakers and deliverable are in English. Chinese language skills are a plus. Dependent on the season and duration of the internship, individuals will have an internship project to oversee. Should the final presentation be of professional quality, the company may incorporate it as a future deliverable to clients.
• Successful candidates are highly detail-oriented, able to work effectively both alone and in teams, ask questions, and are proactive.
• Professional fluency in both English (Mandarin a plus) – many interns will do general translation work between both Chinese and English
• Strong writing and communication skills
• Background or strong interest in China capital markets investment management, finance, or economics
• Background in financial journalism and experience with renowned financial media outlets, e.g. Bloomberg, Reuters, WSJ, Financial Times, Caixin, is a plus
• Work under supervision of analysts and content producers to source, aggregate and curate important developments in the China market and various sectors
• Learn how to conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis on selected market developments, company announcements, and industry trends and begin to use them to conduct new analysis
• General Excel, PowerPoint, and Word tasks