Igor Cornelsen: A Bold, Visionary, Well-Informed, Very Successful Investment Advisor

Making money in Brazil’s complex economic environment is both an art and a science. Investment advisor Igor Cornelsen has mastered both the art and science of tapping into Brazil’s burgeoning wealth during his almost 50 year career. He started out as a banker and after 25 years in that industry, he turned his attention to guiding and advising investors. Now, almost 25 years later, he has an incredible track record for helping his clients to consistently make money despite Brazil’s often Byzantine investment laws and miles of government red tape that often entrap unwitting investors.

Igor Cornelsen isn’t influenced by economics professors, media talking heads and other analysts spouting their opinions. His investment decisions are based on the facts he discovers through his vast research. He’s in Sao Paulo in the early morning as the European markets are opening. He monitors international news during the day. Studies companies and economies around the world. Sees which ones are improving and which are failing. He looks at the political and social climate in those countries and forms his investment advice based on that information. This enables his to anticipate and take advantage of changing markets and economic trends. Read this article at frenchtribune.com to know more.

Cornelsen isn’t concerned about the ideology of the countries in which successful companies are located. He simply looks at which direction the value of their stock is trending. If they’re moving upward, he recommends them to his clients. Getting information directly from unbiased sources like Reuters also helps. Igor Cornelsen understands how local and world news affects the markets. He also trusts his research and his instincts. That helped him and his clients to make money betting on the Euro’s viability and strength while many others doubted it and lost money.

Never afraid to make bold moves, Igor Cornelsen liquidated his Brazilian assets in 2010 when he foresaw impending economic disaster. It was years and lots of financial losses later before others followed suit. When Russia ran into economic trouble, his research said they would recover and Cornelsen made lots of money investing there. It’s visionary investment activity this that makes Igor Cornelsen great. View: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1122009

 

Felipe Montoro Jens 57 projects set to begin 2018

The government of Brazil has announced a plan to invest R $ 44 billion into the economy. This is good news for the economic climate in Brazil. Brazil recently came out of an economic recession and has been doing relatively good in current times. Felipe Montoro Jen, an infrastructure project specialist reports the R $ 44 billion in funding is to be used to create 57 projects and is to include 22 sectors. The Program of Partnerships and Investment (PPI) is a government created group. The PPI was created to build better relationships between the public sectors and private sectors, in order to develop and create an optimal environment for business and job creation. The Program of Partnerships and Investments was created for situations like this R $ 44 billion investment project. The PPI will be responsible for the distribution of the funds and the implementation of the project. The stimulus is set to include infrastructure road construction, airport management changes, and the privatization of publically ran enterprises. Felipe Montoro Jens announced more than half of these 57 project will not be implemented until the last three months of 2018.

Included in these 57 projects, are major road work scheduled to be implemented. BR 153 and BR 364 are both major highways, combined is over 800 kilometer or read work. The BR 153 connects Anapolis (GO) and Alianca (TO). BR 364 is the road that connects Comodoro (MT) and Porto Velho (RO). Felipe Montoro Jens also reports the plans to auction the port terminals Belem (PA), Vila do Conde (PA), Paranagua (PR) and Vitoria (ES)

Felipe Montoro Jens, also reported the plans to sell The Mint. The Mint is responsible for printing Brazilian currency, and other government document. In addition to the Mint, Ceasaminas, Casemg and Dock of Espirito Santo are all expected to be sold to the private sector. The Minister of the Secretary General of the Presidency, Moreira announced the selling of the Mint is only because there is a need for more sophisticated technology to run the Mint effectively. Check: http://www.consultasocio.com/q/sa/felipe-montoro-jens