Igor Cornelsen is a Brazilian banker who is now officially retired. He has retired and settled down in South Florida. His hobbies include playing golf and spending time at the beach. Below is a summary of a blog post that Mr. Cornelsen posted on his WordPress blog back in July 22 of 2016 on why investing is always a good idea.
Mr. Cornelsen starts of his blog post by saying that through investment you can make money off of assets or cash that you already have on hand. He continues by saying that if you have good advice and know what you are doing, then you should see a nice return on your investment. Consequentially, if you receive bad advice and are clueless about investing, then you can actually suffer losses of your money.
To get good advice and get a solid foundation of investing, Igor suggests you try the following. Igor states in his blog post that reading up on investing and financial management through books at a bookstore, library or an online store such as Amazon is one of the best ways to improve your financial knowledge. A book can tell you on which stocks are the best to invest in. They should also provide you with general tips on how to better manage and invest your money. Reading books will also allow you to find out where you can seeker further and more in depth investment advice.
Another place to get knowledge on how to invest your funds or assets is at a bank. Igor Cornelsen believes that banks are one of the best places to get advice and knowledge about investing in stocks. Banks have a team of investment bankers that can help you create an investment portfolio that is tailored to your needs and risk tolerance. Bankers can not only help you set up a portfolio but explain why some stocks, bonds or funds may be better suited for you than others.
At the end of his post, Igor Cornelsen said that any serious investor should not overlook the stock market. It offers the chance to make big returns on investments. The market does go through ups and downs added Cornelsen. While you can make predictions using certain metrics, the market carries inherent risk and uncertainty even in the most safest stocks. https://about.me/igorcornelsen1