The paper should be well-organized, concise, typed, double-spaced, and professional-looking. It should not be more than 10 pages (not counting appendices such as tables, graphs, and references). The paper must include some quantitative analysis of the risk and return of your portfolio and some comparisons with one (or more) major stock indices and some mutual funds with similar objectives. At least two charts must be provided: one with the initial composition of your portfolio (pie chart); and one with the evolution of the value of your portfolio over the investment period and some comparisons.
You are free to organize your work so as to make it as interesting as possible, but you should probably include the following: