Igor Cornelsen Shares Knowledge On Making Good Investments With Everyday People
A man who knows about both the Brazilian stock market and the US stock market is Igor Cornelsen, a longtime investment banker. Cornelsen grew up in Brazil where he received his bachelor’s degree and became an accountant and later portfolio manager at several major banks.
He’s helped guide the banks both in strategic investment decisions, and in managing funds for some of the most affluent Brazilian and foreign clients. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling and Bros Don’t Let Bros Have Bad Breath: Toronto Oral Surgeon Cameron Clokie Helps You Make a Good First Impression
Cornelsen retired from investment banking in 2010 but still acts as a consultant part time for Bainbridge Investments. He spends most of his time golfing, but sometimes appears on television or website interviews to give friendly investment advice to people.
Igor Cornelsen says good investing is about looking at the stock market the right way. The stock market can have a lot of ups and downs, but if you choose the right stocks to invest in, you’ll do well in the long run. And it’s important to look at investing for the long run because those who like to trade stocks just to make a quick buck overnight will often fail in that endeavor.
But Cornelsen also says that whose stocks you invest in also matter as companies that have better management at the top usually have better performing stocks, whereas companies that have a lot of overturn usually have more vulnerable stock.
Cornelsen says investors should look into Brazil is an ideal choice for investing because the country is rich in resources and has a great market for manufacturing, exporting, technology developments and finance.
He certainly cautions investors to do their homework as the country has had to lay out a lot of regulations in order to stabilize the economy, but says that once you do that you’ll have a great opportunity to make a profit investing.
He also says it’s a good idea to make sure the bank you’re investing with accepts foreign exchange, and to get acquainted with the locals who can help you out.
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