Posted On: July 2018
We all wish investing were as easy as placing a sum of money into the hands of an agency, and sitting back as they turn around that investment quickly, and for a sizeable profit. In essence, novice investors hope to receive the benefits of investing their hard earned money, entrusting the people responsible for their hopeful growth. As with all matters of reward, there is undoubtedly risk associated from all aspects.
Marco Antonio Marques da Silva has enjoyed a long career in both academia as well as the field of law. Born in the city of Itapetininga in 1958, he currently serves as a professor and academic advisor at Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. Having graduated from the university after his undergraduate studies, as well as attaining both his Masters and Doctorate in law from the institution, his connection to the school is enduring. In addition to his work in academics, he also serves as a judge on the Court of Appeals in São Paulo. We had the opportunity to speak with Marco Antonio Marques da Silva on his pursuits in both law and academics, as well as the release of an upcoming book on basic human rights.
GreenSky credit company is an online lending platform that has opened the floor for public trading on the Nasdaq.
The company is growing at an accelerated pace, and it appears that other fintech companies are unable to keep up. They have already raised a staggering $874 million, and they have announced that their pricing will be higher than they originally expected.
Financial expert Ted Bauman recommends keeping part of your wealth in secure safe deposit boxes at banks and foreign vaults to protect your money from disaster scenarios. Bauman has spent his entire career helping people to protect their resources, so his recommendations influence many investors. He attended the University of Cape Town in South Africa where he earned postgraduate degrees in economics and history. An economist by trade, Bauman worked for many years in South Africa in executive roles for low-cost housing projects, hedge funds, nonprofit companies and even urban planning. He returned to Atlanta, Georgia, in 2008 and later joined Banyan Hill Publishing where he edits “Alpha Stock Alert,” “Plan B Club” and “The Bauman Letter,” which has more subscribers than any other newsletter published by Banyan.