If you’re interested in building a portfolio using independent stock market trading services like E-Trade or Scottrade but aren’t sure what a reasonable investment goal is, you should see what Igor Cornelsen has to say about it. Cornelsen is experienced both in banking and running his own consulting gig, and he’s given investors small tips on how to form investment goals. One of his main tips that he shared on a CNN post is not over-committing to one stock, but looking instead to buy up a variety of stocks that aren’t too expensive after you’ve done your research. While you can look for stocks that are bargains during trading hours and attempt to profit by quick trades, that’s usually an unwise move. Cornelsen advocates giving your stocks years to move up, and then selling them later when real wealth or your retirement goal has been reached. Read the article at frenchtribune.com to know more.
Igor Cornelsen has studied economics, global markets and been an intermediary for different trade deals during his time as a professional investment banker. He was born in Brazil and has dual citizenship both there and the US where he spends a lot of time at his retirement home in Miami. He earned a bachelor’s in engineering first at the Federal University of Parana, and then later earned his second degree in economics and finance. The three banks he worked for as an advisor and later member of the Board of Directors were Multibanco, UnibancoItau and a London-based merchant bank. He also was a former advisor to a previous Brazilian president on economic policies.
Cornelsen isn’t too involved in politics, but he’s certainly kept an eye on how its affected Brazil’s markets and its trade deals with its partners. He also has encouraged investors from around the world to do their research on Brazilian banks because they have a unique set of rules that other countries like the US don’t have. One of the most important things Cornelsen recommends is doing networking with Brazilian businessmen or other native investors who can point you to banks that have the most friendly policies. He also recommends getting familiar with their forex trading laws since only certain entities are legally able to do that.
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