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Try to find interesting topics from people or things you are familiar
with. For example, you can discuss financial decisions of your employer (e.g., using futures
markets to hedge risks) or share your investment experience (e.g., trading options on
individual stocks).
You may want to study related literature on the topic (books, academic studies, reports and
news articles), and try to back up your arguments with facts.
3. The should have more than 700 words but less than 1,200 words.
4.You must cite a reference when you1:
­ Discuss, summarize, or paraphrase someone’s ideas
­ Use numeric data, such as statistics or other data

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