If you’re looking to grow your investment knowledge and go beyond the US border, Brazil is a good country to look into for stocks and foreign exchange. A good advisor to ask is Igor Cornelsen, a Brazilian-born investor who knows how Brazilian law works and what kind of banks you should do business with down there. Cornelsen says it’s key to get to know the big banks first because not all of them deal with foreign exchange investments. He also says it’s good to meet locals down there who you can communicate with because they’ll be able to tell you which markets are going to give you the best investment returns. And finally Cornelsen says you need to know how government regulations will affect you. Follow Igor Cornelsen on Twitter
Igor Cornelsen built his reputation on successful Brazilian banking and financial advisory services for many years, but now he lives in a Miami retirement community and plays golf most of the time. He does share tips with people who aspire to be good investors and publishes them on his social media pages. Cornelsen says you need to have a plan for investing and not lose track of your goals even when you see something that looks like a big catch. Visit at affiliatedork.com about Igor Cornelsen
Cornelsen says that wealth can be made from investing, but it takes patience to get there and not rushing to buy up all the new hot stocks you see on the NYSE. He encourages investors to do research on the company stocks they want before buying them and look at things like management stability and just how well they’ve done with sales overall. Cornelsen also says you should explore damaged stocks which may not be selling well now but could see an upward trend in the coming months or years. Also, you should always offset stock, bond or mutual fund risks by having multiple funds in your portfolio.