Secrets to Lasting Wealth With Martin Lustgarten

There are many people who long to have so much money that they do not have to do what they hate. What is amusing is that these people are often quite poor, though they may take on debt to maintain the appearance of wealth. An ancient Jewish King once observed, “He who loves pleasure will be poor.” Lasting wealth is found when we identify what we (and our peers) do not like to do, and do it frequently. A good example is common undergraduate starting salaries. One of the most frequent undergraduate degrees is economics or business. Many students assume that because a degree has money in the title, it will bring money when they graduate. What they do not understand is that your service as an employee is a type of price. When the supply of a particular good or service (labor) is high as compared to the supply (available jobs) the price for that service will be low. The price of an employee is their salary.
According to www.study.com, economics majors can expect to make about $40,000 a year. Most students do not opt for challenging majors such as those in engineering and mathematics. Since most do not, the supply of labor in those fields is always low. The demand for experts in scientific fields is generally high. This creates a favorable situation where a chemical engineer can expect to make $70,000 a year. Just as the ancient Jewish proverb predicted, those who choose to suffer in their education and career wind up with more than those who spend their college years at dorm parties.

Being weird or nerdy profits the investor in the long run. Ignore the popular media trends. Focus on the hard facts.

Martin Lustgarten is a citizen of Austria and Venezuela. He is devoted to helping you and your family profit in all their investment decisions. Martin regrets that many people never reach financial peace, and he hopes to change that with his sound investment advice.

Be sure to contact Martin on LinkedIn if you would like to hear more useful tips to grow your wealth. Martin is standing by to counsel those in need of financial help. He looks forward to hearing from you.

HOW TO INVEST WISELY AND NOT LOOSE YOUR SHIRT: A LESSON FOR BEGINNERS

One of the first things you will ever want to do is learn from others. Speak to people like Igor Cornelsen. Pick their brains. Find out what these wizards did to get where they are at. Igor has some really good tips, tips every man and woman should listen to. As a beginner, you need to really put yourself out there. Network with the right kinds of people. Some worry that big name investors won’t reach out the them. You have to do your own research.

Lock into those people who will speak with you. As long as the person feels there is some mutual benefactor to getting involved, the person will help; but again, you must do the research.

Here are some other helpful hints for you to think over.

THINK LONG TERM

This is good sound advice for anything in life, but most especially investing. You have to have a goal. Why do you you want to invest in the market? Is there a specific goal you are looking to reach? Are you just looking for retirement savings?

Some people are only looking to save for a few years, then call it a day. If this is you, you should consider some other options. The stock market is only for those who are looking to stay for years and years. It’s also a very volatile place. You are going to have to endure both major wins and losses. If you choose to work with Igor, he can help you out with this.

If you know what amount of money you are looking at saving, you should be able to calculate the exact return on your investment.

Your portfolio has three different variables:

1)The money you invest.
2)What you earn on this initial investment.
3)How long you intend to stay in the game.

HOW HIGH IS YOUR TOLERANCE

Your risk tolerance is calculated by three things:

1)Your education of the market.
2)Your current net income.
3)Your expected wealth in the future.
4) Your age also plays a role in this.

In short, you need to have a very high tolerance level to survive the stock market in Brazil. It will fluctuate, like any other market. As we get older, our fuse begins to get smaller. How bad are you with this? Are you willing to ride out the potential risk without any anxiety? Is your anxiety going to hold you back? Factor these things in before you take the plunge.

People who have low-tolerance levels and high anxiety, they tend to not make it as long. How are you going to fit in?

The best person to speak to is the man down below.

IGOR CORNELSEN

Want some really good investment advice? Talk to Igor. He is one of the top minds when it comes to investment strategies here in Brazil. Google him. Look up his official site. This guy is the one you want on your side. He can help your ride out any risk successfully. Igor also has tips and tricks to minimize your anxiety levels, should you have any. If you are serious about investing in the Brazilian market, you need to talk to him today.

The Amazing and Powerful New Beneful Ads

For many years, Beneful has been known as the leader in the pet food industry. They have been providing animal owners with a premium and healthy choice of pet food that stands up above the rest. Beneful has been known as well for their effective ads that move and inspire pet owners all over the world. The latest ad campaign Beneful has rolled out is that of pride. Pet owners all around the world are proud to feed their pets Beneful. These high-quality video ads show Beneful employees feeding their dogs Beneful dog food. These ads are centered around the fact that these employees really do stand behind what they produce.

This “I Stand Behind Beneful” campaign is a very powerful message to deliver pet owners all over the world. Digital and print advertising is also a large part of this campaign. The message needs to get out that these products are fully endorsed by the wonderful individuals who are employed at the Atlanta processing plant. This is a great way to share with individuals all over the United States that Beneful is willing to take the extra step in order to ensure that their dog food is safe and healthy for every dog.

You can read the press release from Beneful here.

Woman is Awarded $83 Million Against Debt Collector

A Kansas City, Missouri woman recently won a nearly 83 million dollar settlement against a debt collector who pursued her for a debt she never owed. Maria Guadalupe Meija Alcantara was originally contacted by Portfolio Recovery Associates two years back. The company, known to “take no prisoners” had filed a lawsuit against the woman for an $1130.14 debt that belonged to a man living in Kansas City, Kansas.

Alcantara and her husband were struggling to make ends meet and were fearful that they would lose their home. She contacted legal aid who tried, time and again, to convince the company that they had the wrong person, but to no avail. When the lawsuit was filed against her, she then filed a counter-suit alleging that they violated the Fair Credit Collections Practices Act.

Sam Tabar (bloomberg.com) has read that a judge ruled against the debt collector last October and last Monday, a jury awarded Alcantara over $83 million dollars in both actual and punitive damages. Alcantara’s lawyer said the jury awarded that amount to get the company’s attention. A spokesman for Portfolio Recovery Associates calls the verdict “outlandish” and that if the settlement is upheld, it would equal more than half their profits from last year. If the settlement is upheld, half the money will go to Alcantara and the other half would go to a victim’s compensation fund.