Igor Cornelsen is an investor and stock market trader, famous in Brazil. He made his name in banking as being one of the top bankers in his country, managing some of the biggest banks in Brazil. He also assisted in helping manage a massive amount of the nation’s gross economy. He pioneered the strategies in investing in damaged stocks, not damaged companies. This technique carefully navigates stock that is having trouble because of a short-term problem a company may be having; so investors avoid companies that will not recover from issues that arise. If someone is interested in investing, Cornelsen advises to be in it for the long haul, and take a realistic look at the market. Winning the lottery is not the same as the stock market, where someone wins big after one investment in a lottery ticket.
Igor Cornelsen advises that investing requires decades of dedication, if someone wants to see returns. Investors should not only be careful what kind of stock, with what companies and whether they are productive and consistent. Investors should not put their money all on one stock, or one company, but spread the money out. Make many small investments, don’t overcommit to a stock, and be prepared for returns not to happen overnight. Investing, and doing it right, takes research and a lot of time.
Igor Cornelsen is semi-retired from stock trading and financial investments, but does currently spend time with Bainbridge Investment Inc., in the Bahamas. He lives in Florida and has taken up golf as a hobby. He still returns to his home country of Brazil to make available his financial advice and direction, as well as consulting in regards to the finance side of business and industry. There’s a reason why he is so well known in Brazil, as he is one of the most intelligent investors and businessman.
Many companies tend to run away from their corporate social responsibilities. The few that take part do it halfheartedly. What if every organization took part in making the society better? The world would certainly be a nice. In most states, the public power is entirely responsible for maintaining safe environment. What if the public and private organizations chose to work together towards that goal? Felipe Montoro Jens, a specialist infrastructural management, reports about collaboration between the government and private sector to improve sanitation conditions in the country.
The government recently revealed that its new partnership with the National Bank for Social and Economic Development would be making concessions that will be channeled to sanitation management projects. In an interview, Edison Carlos, the President of Trata Brasil, gave a clear picture of the sanitary conditions in the country and emphasized on the need do something about it. He also said that with the new partnership, the deprived sanitary conditions would obtain the much needed financial boost that will see rectification of the entire system.
Edison Carlos added that with the current 90% of basic sanitation services being performed by the public sector, the participation of private sector would not exclude the government participation. Together they will increase the quality of the service and reach more individuals and organizations for a better future. However, he accentuated that clearly drawn contracts and clear guidelines are necessary for smooth supervision and effective running of the projects.
The Achievement Of Felipe Montoro
Felipe Montoro is a renowned investor who has held various executive positions in the past. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation. Later, he joined Thunderbird School of Global Management for his graduate studies.
After graduating, Felipe Montoro started climbing the career ladder to his current position of a Director at Foz do Brasil SA. Felipe also serves as a Director at Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo, a firm tasked with ensuring proper management of concessions. With Felipe involved, the projects are likely to run smoothly and effectively.