Where Igor Cornelsen Is At Now

Igor Cornelsen used to be one of the busiest bank managers in Brazil having worked at some of the nation’s largest banks and for some of the top-ranked investors. His experience in investment banking and portfolio management includes stock trading, pension fund management, hedge funds, mergers and acquisitions, emerging markets and just about all kins of investments.

But he retired several years ago to leave the grinding corporate office life behind and spend time with family and friends and quiet time for himself.

He has a vacation home in Florida where he travels to to play golf, and you might find him doing other activities as well. He does still do some consulting on the side including part-time for Bainbridge Capital.

What Igor Cornelsen is most known for is giving tips to new investors that are meant to have them rethink how they view investing and perhaps change their goals to things that are realistic.

Cornelsen has stated that investors need to have a plan for investing long-term instead of making constant trades and gambling in the short-term. Learn more about Igor Cornelson: https://bs.linkedin.com/in/igor-cornelsen-86830840

Another tip is that investors have to look for stock that is low and possibly damaged, or even new stocks that have a chance to perform well.

But he also says you have to look at the management of the company stocks you buy because companies with stability in management tend to perform much better than ones with constant turnover.

Igor Cornelsen also has had many discussions on why all investors should consider investing in his home country of Brazil.

Cornelsen acknowledges that the nation has had some troubled times in recent years, but because Brazil’s economy has so many industries and options to invest in, he predicts it can rebound as strong as ever over the next several years. Read more: Igor Cornelsen gives you the basics on Brazilian banking

Cornelsen says first that investors should get to know the banks of Brazil and know which ones deal in foreign exchanges.

He says investors should also look out for any new regulations put out by the Brazilian securities authority. And he also advocates for investors to get to know locals who know the investing landscape well because they will be willing to help.

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