Sometimes I think a one-armed paper hanger with narcolepsy could handle this job. Demanding and stressful it is not.
In fact, the modern workload of cash cattle reporters makes the rounds of a night watchman at a mattress factory look grueling.
Between summarizing the previous week's sliver of market light and estimating new showlists, I suppose Mondays represent a decent part-time job. But the long, dry haul from Tuesday through Thursday is typically idle enough to turn ambitious go-getters into hopeless sluggards.
How many ways can you decorate empty market reports with phrases like "bids and asking prices are poorly ...