According to Brazilian investment maven Igor Cornelsen, if you want to make money in Brazil, you must begin investing early, diversify your portfolio, invest for the long term and drop losing investments immediately. He also recommends getting guidance from someone that is knowledgeable of the local economy and markets. For many years no one has been more adept at anticipating the movement of the Brazilian economy and the emergence of great companies in which to invest than Cornelsen. He has been a cottage industry onto himself when it comes to providing accurate tips to investors.
Widely acknowledged as one of the best and most knowledgeable investment advisors Brazil has ever produced, Cornelsen is considered a national treasure in Brazil. For generations he has been the one investment advisor people can depend on to accurately anticipate what the stock markets and economy in this South American country was going to do. While many acknowledge that his background working with some of the country’s biggest businesses gives him a unique understanding few can rival, others say he is simply in tune with the heartbeat of Brazil and understands the people and what they are going to do.
No matter where Igor Cornelsen gets such accurate knowledge of the Brazilian markets and economy, he’s used it to make many investors very successful. Even today when he spends most of his time playing golf, people still reach out to him for guidance when they are considering investing in Brazil. Cornelsen provides that advice through the Bainbridge Investment Group. And based on the excitement the company is generating, Cornelsen’s investment tips are as accurate as ever. He still as a knack for knowing what the Brazilian economy will do and which companies will excel.
Many people say his investment rules have enabled them to succeed in markets all around the world. They point to his investment advice to Burger King as evidence his knowledge of investment isn’t limited to Brazil. They also see his success in guiding investors in the global commodities and emerging markets as evidence of his vast understanding of global investment principles.