Investing does involve taking risks and sometimes because of the horror stories of people losing a lot of money with big risk investments, there is a consensus among the general public that you should just stay away from it. But not so says Igor Cornelsen, a Brazilian investor who is quite knowledgeable in the markets. He says anyone can do quite well investing if they have the right strategy and follow the right set of guidelines. He says that you shouldn’t look at investing in just the popular stocks that you hear the TV hosts rave about because these are the ones that are likely to lose money in the long run. Instead, you should look at stocks that are low value now but could go up in the future. And you should always invest over a long-term period. Visit at affiliatedork.com about Igor Cornelsen
Igor Cornelsen was an investment strategist for several big Brazilian banks and also advised the Ministry of Finance on economic policies. He’s retired and lives mostly in Miami now, but he urges people to take a look at Brazil and to consider investing in it. Brazil has undergone some economic difficulties in recent years, but Cornelsen says its economy remains diverse and there’s a lot of wholesale companies to look at. He mentions three tips that can help new investors navigate Brazil’s banks and stock market.
First, Cornelsen says staying up to date with politics can be important because you’ll learn about which regulations could cause barriers to your financial goals there. Cornelsen has been happy with the job that Brazil’s current Finance Minister Joaqim Levy is doing and says there is hope that the Brazilian Real will now stabilize and lead to a better economy. He also says you need to know Brazil’s five biggest banks and how they operate because they are important in the overall picture. And Then he says you should pay attention to China and all the other competitors because trade is a big issue right now in Brazil. You can visit Igor Cornelsen’s Facebook or Twitter page to find out more about his investment advice.