Igor Cornelsen: Brazil’s Greatest Investment Advisor Offers Research Based Guidance

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February 13, 2018

Brazilian investment advisor Igor Cornelsen has long been considered a man with his fingers on the pulse of the economy in Brazil. Born in Curitiba, Brazil, Cornelsen attended the Federal University of Parana, studying to become an engineer. After his sophomore year, he changed his major to economics. It’s a move that ended up helping investors to make money in Brazil for decades. After graduating in 1970, Cornelsen was hired by an investment bank. In 1974, he became a member of Multibanco’s board of directors. Two years later, Cornelsen became Multibanco’s CEO. When Bank of America bought Multibanco in 1978 and Cornelsen left.

For the next 7 years Igor Cornelsen worked with Unibanco, one of Brazil’s leading investment firms. While there, his reputation as an investment guru grew significantly. In 1985, Cornelsen left to take a position with the London Merchant Bank Libra Bank PLC and was very successful. He then became a board member at Standard Chartered Merchant Bank and enjoyed great success before leaving the start his own investment firm in 1995. Cornelsen has become legendary for his sage investment advice that has helped countless local and foreign investors to become rich. Check: https://affiliatedork.com/economic-confidence-is-improving-in-brazil-according-to-igor-cornelsen

Known for his encyclopedic knowledge and deep understanding of investment opportunities in Brazil and worldwide, Cornelsen has developed a number of effective rules for investing in global markets. They’re based on his exhaustive research on Reuters and other trusted sources of stock markets, economies and companies all around the world and his banking experience. He adapts the funds in his portfolio to take advantage of the information he gleans. Cornelsen’s ability to spot market trends and take decisive action long before others has contributed to his success.

Cornelsen bases his investment decisions on facts and not the opinions of the so-called ‘experts’ be they college professors or economists. He sold much of his tocks in Brazilian companies in 2010, invested in Russia when it seemed their economy would collapse and made many other investment choices some people questioned until they saw the spectacular results they produced. Many now regard Igor Cornelsen as Brazil’s greatest investment advisor.

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