- November 29, 2017
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Apart from the basic forces of demand and supply, the investor’s feel is another important thing that determines a market’s prices. Futures or shares will always follow this law. The more investors hate something the more the chances of making good money once the love comes back on – especially if it is a commodity the world cannot do without.
This is exactly what is the case with corn. Investors right now hate corn with a passion and the market prices are at their lowest since end of 2013. While this means that anyone currently holding corn positions is making a loss, it also means that anyone who can jump into the market while it is at its lowest point or just anywhere could potentially make a huge profit once things start swinging up again.
A bountiful harvest pushed the prices down, forcing some people to panic and sell prematurely. However, an investor with the power to cushion a huge shift could easily buy now when everyone is selling low and wait for the prices to pick up in early 2018 before making a neat profit. The only problem right now is buying corn, according to Mr. Badiali might not be a quick money scheme. The prices will still fluctuate over the next couple of weeks before they settle on a steady upwards curve.
Deciphering the Mind of Matt Badiali
Many investors always focus on conventional investment or just look at mere statistics before advising people on where to put their money. Matt Badiali thinks that this approach, though productive, could easily make investors lose out on undiscovered positions that could easily turn into a treasure trove. To fulfill his approach to investments, Mr. Badiali takes a straightforward hands-on approach that puts him on the ground to gather a perfect understanding of where he wants to put his money.
Even though he is an expert geologist who focuses on natural resources like natural gas, oil and other minerals, you will still find him prospecting on produce like corn when need there be. What sets him apart is his plan to travel to pertinent locations before making a decision. If Badiali wants to make a ground shaking one-time oil investment, he will take his time to visit a couple of oil wells or even visit the countries he believes will swing the market.
This approach has not only seen him travel far and wide but also gives him an advanced warning radar that tells him of impeding market changes long before other mainstream investors catch wind of what is going on.
- November 20, 2017
Alexandre Gama is a Brazilian advertising executive that’s been atop the marketing world in the South American country for the majority of his career.
He started his long career by going to the Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation, where he learned how to apply knowledge from the advertising and communications fields. After he graduated in 1982, Alexandre Gama immediately found an open position at Standard Ogilvy & Mather, an advertising agency located in the United States. Mr. Gama served the roles of copywriter and content creator, standard for virtually everyone that enters advertising agencies in entry-level capacities.
After spending eight straight years with Standard Ogilvy & Mather, Mr. Gama made a lateral move to DM9. Quickly after he was hired at DM9, he was promoted to creative director. During the four-year period Alexandre Gama spent at DM9, he won more awards than anybody else in the entire nation of Brazil.
Mr. Gama went to Young & Rubicam, now known as Y&R, to work as a CEO, CCO, and member of its board of directors. He founded Neogama in 1999.
- November 8, 2017
Jeff Yastine is the Editorial Director at Banyan Hill Publishing. He was featured for the first time as the editorial director of Banyan Hill Publishing in 2015. Banyan Hill Publishing is a publishing media house that writes on business and financial issues. It specializes in providing information that helps businessmen to invest in profitable businesses. He joined the publishing media fraternity with over two decades experience as an investor in the stock market and a financial journalist at the center of financial world events.
Jeff is a weekly contributor to the Winning Investor Daily and Sovereign Investor Daily which belong to Banyan Hills Publishing. In his contributions, he helps investors in understanding business, monetary and economic trends. He also highlights profitable opportunities addressed by other financial editors.
Mr. Yastine has led a successful career. He is an Emmy-nominated anchor as well as a correspondent at Nightly Business Report between 1994 and 2010. He was nominated for the 2007 Business Emmy Award for his extensive report on the bridges, roads and other public infrastructure that were underfunded by the government. He has seated together with, interviewed and learned the investing strategies and secrets of some of the most successful entrepreneurs and financiers in the world including Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and Michael Dell among other successful people in the world of business.
In 2002, he was among the NBR journalists team that won the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Excellence in Financial Journalism Award. The award was for a special report on the nation’s bond market and it took only thirty minutes.
Through his reporting, Jeff Yastine helped in the identification of investment opportunities deemed successful in small-cap growth stocks and turnarounds of large companies. The successful investment opportunities also varied in a number of sectors, from retail to agriculture and the biopharmaceutical sector’s developments.
In the mid-2000s. His reporting assisted in warning investors about the crisis that faced the real estate industry as well as the rise of the dot-com bubble in 2000. He has also been featured as a reporter in numerous major international and national events including the 2010’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the financial effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the 1999’S historic handover of Panama, the building of new manufacturing plants in the Southeastern United States by foreign automakers and their influence. Jeff has been to Cube twice to report on the role played by foreign investors on the Cuban economy.
- November 5, 2017
Ted Bauman has worked as an editor with Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013, being the main editor of The Bauman Letter, Plan B Club, and Alpha stock Alert, all being publications of the publishing company. Bauman specializes in asset protection, international migration issues, privacy and low-risk investment strategies. Mr. Bauman, who lives in Atlanta with his family, is said to be passionate about helping people find safe ways to safeguard and increase their wealth. He achieves through being the principal editor of Alpha Stock Alert, the publication of Banyan Hill Publishing that specializes in matters of property. This publication is lauded for never having had a losing year in ten years continuously, akin to a football club that sustains ten undefeated seasons in a row. It did this under the leadership of Bauman, even surviving the 2008-2009 economic crisis. The publication has also posted a stellar performance by beating its rival S&P 500 Index ten times in a sequence.
In the Bauman Letter, Ted has a mission to help his clients regain the control of their financial lives. He promises his clients a raft of innovative and unique strategies that have tried and tested through which he has helped his clients multiply their wealth. A quick perusal of a copy of the Bauman Letter illustrates the top-notch expertise and vast experience that Mr. Bauman possesses as represented by the simple yet practical solution to personal finances. Such techniques include a tax-avoidance skill on the person’s first income; how to safeguard one’s estate from unwarranted lawsuits and dubious legal claims. Also how to locate a palatial holiday residence at affordable terms, including tax-free house; and advice on how to access private investment opportunities without the involvement of government – and without breaking the law.
Drawing from the rich wealth of experience his father models to him, Bauman offers investment techniques hitherto only reserved for the lucky few who managed by trial and error or privileged information to navigate to the top. Mr. Bauman’s father, Robert Bauman, with whom he has co-authored a best-seller, Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally), was a congressman for eight years and has been the company lawyer for Banyan Hill Publishing for over 20 years now. The father, a successful publisher whose articles that have published in the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal is reported to hold the book he co-authored with Mr. Bauman as his favorite.
Ted promises his clients a ‘sovereign’ life, a life full of freedom and prosperity.
- October 6, 2017
Sawyer Howitt is already on the road to running a company having put some of his planning and organizational skills to use at the Meriweather Group in his hometown of Portland, Oregon. But he also has many hobbies on the side including giving advice to others who want to run a business someday, and he’s even shared them on the Medium social network. Howitt believes there are five characteristics that make for a good young entrepreneur.
Howitt says young entrepreneurs shouldn’t let education or lack thereof stop them from getting busy at their business idea right away. He believes education is important, but it is merely a building block along the way to building a big company. Second, he says young entrepreneurs can already start learning how to hire the right people and make them happy. Third, he says focus is everything for an entrepreneur because while you’re pursuing one idea, another could very well come to you and you might be tempted to be led off by it. Fourth, he says entrepreneurs need to look at the numbers and follow where they’re leading. And most importantly he says entrepreneurs need to be savvy in people skills and be willing to work with a partner if need be.
Sawyer Howitt has been working hard learning how to manage budget sheets, put together business slide presentations and making connections with clients at The Meriweather Group. His father founded this company and has let him get an introduction to what the corporate world is like, and Sawyer has come into contact with many startup clients seeking business capital investments and understood what they’re looking for. He’s just finished up general studies at a Portland high school and is going to be enrolling in a business program soon at the University of California at Berkley.
- August 17, 2017
When Grupo Televisa was first starting, they were able to make things better and people were able to see that there were major differences in the company. It was something that made it easy for people to understand and something that also gave people the opportunities that they had to make all of the options better. While Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero has tried to make sure that he is doing everything for the companies that he works with, he has had the best time with Grupo Televisa and the options that he has with that company. It has made a big difference for the company, too, and they have been able to get more out of the things that they are doing.
When Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero first started out in his career, he worked at a bank. This is where he learned all of the financial aspects of his expertise and where he learned what he could do to make things better. He had always hoped that he would be able to make changes and that people would be able to experience all of the benefits that came along with using him and that turned out alright or Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero.
After the bank, Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero took a CFO position. He was able to help other people and tried to make sure that he could try different things. He also did everything that he could with the experiences that he was making possible. There have been many different ways that he has helped people with their opportunities. Now, though, he is working to make Grupo Televisa better and has been doing everything that he can to show people what they are missing out on when they don’t use the techniques that he uses for the best finances possible.
- July 3, 2017
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