Igor Cornelsen: A legacy in Investment

Igor Cornelsen is a force to reckon within the investment sector and one of the best brains when it comes to the economy. He is mainly affiliated with Bainbridge Incorporated as its proprietor where he is involved mainly as a stock market analyst and investor in foreign markets and commodities. His job description at Bainbridge touts him as an adviser on damaged stocks and how one can go about diversifying them and also companies that are damaged, maybe because of reputation and how this affects their stock.

Mr. Igor Cornelsen has served as a top executive at a number of large banks in Brazil and has been credited as one of the people responsible for Brazil’s economic growth.(It is the largest in South America and eighth in the world). The banking industry was shocked as a whole when he announced his retirement in 2010. This was considered as a loss to the sector because of Igor’s brilliance and expertise.

He has appeared in many publications online dishing out investing advice and giving his opinion on the economy of Brazil. From the likes of CNN and Street.com to PRNewswire and Mashable, he has been consulted on matters relating to Brazil and the economy as a whole.
Igor resides in Florida currently after moving there mainly to pursue his interest in golf(The weather in Florida is very good for this). Even though he is retired, he continues to offer advice and insight through his WordPress blog, which can be found here.

Mr. Igor Cornelsen has some investment policies that one can gather from his writings and the advice that he gives out. This includes saving as a young investor or while one is still a young person since research has revealed that more than 50% of young people have not saved anything. Igor, whose trademark is portfolio diversification, tells hopeful investors to follow his lead and diversify their portfolios early so that they can be safe in case one investment goes wrong. His policy is that one should have a mixture of safe and risky investments in their portfolio.

Mr. Cornelsen has also given advice to prospective investors in Brazil on what they should look for and consider before making their decisions. He has warned that the state of China will largely determine the state of Brazil’s economy since China is the biggest importer of Brazilian materials. Coupled with the fact that China is in a sort of a fix at the moment, it could mean that Brazil’s economy could take a hit. The overvaluation of the real could also contribute to this as it stabilizes to its real value.

FreedomPop’s Rapid Expansion Brings Free Data Service To Europe

FreedomPop is bringing its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service to twenty-five European markets, using twenty-five carriers, and it’s just the beginning of the wireless communications provider’s plans. FreedomPop just received $50 million in funding, in addition to the $140 million that FreedomPop already secured, making it possible for the company to offer their service throughout Europe without delay.

Europeans should embrace FreedomPop’s international plans, with 200 MB worth of free data each month and extra data costing just $10 per 500 MB. If customers buy a $10 SIM card, they can access a global hotspot for $50.

Nicholas Constantinopoulos, head of the MVNO’s international operations, says that existing paid customers are very loyal to FreedomPop, and customers who don’t pay for additional services are merely the cost of acquiring new, paying customers. The free voice and data lets FreedomPop stand out in Europe’s already crowded mobile virtual network operator market. Constantinopoulos also hints that new products and services are coming to Europe as the company continues its worldwide expansion. This story was originally reported on FierceWireless (http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/freedompop-launching-25-european-operators-sees-40-euro-customers-buying-se/2016-02-25).