Jeff Yastine: The Journalist with a Keen Eye on The Stock Market

     Jeff is an Emmy-nominated anchor who has interviewed some of the most successful financiers and business gurus in the world such as Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, Michael Dell among many others. He is the editor the of Total Wealth Insider and has been working at Banyan Hill Publishing as the director in charge of editing since 2015. Furthermore, he has an excellent work history as a financial journalist. Besides that, Jeff Yastine has over 20 years of experience as an investor in the stock market.

Jeff helps investors understand and make carefully thought decisions when planning their investment by contributing to Banyan Hill’s Sovereign Investor Daily and Winning Investor Daily. In addition to that, his reputation is known by investors. For example, he points out profitable ventures from the financial editors he in the company. His input in the identification of profit-making opportunities especially in agriculture and the biopharmaceutical sectors can never go unnoticed.

Jeff’s professional reporting brought to light the major real estate crisis that disrupted the market around 2004 to 2008. If that is not enough, Jeff also reported on the financial impacts that Hurricane Katrina caused in the year 2005. Moreover, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill that happened in 2010 was also under his radar.

Jeff has given his thoughts on investing in the cybersecurity sector for a few years now. He reckons that the risk hack attacks are significant fears to corporate America. He advised the investor to consider buying cybersecurity stocks that have been on an upward trend for a few years now. Although hack attacks are dangerous for the corporate sector, they also present opportunities to make money. He happens to think that the gains in this industry are going to increase.

The successful journalist and investor has had the opportunity to share his insight on cryptocurrencies. His thoughts are, however, not to use the cryptocurrencies for speculating purposes, but to consider them as a solution to the current problem of keeping data and computer networks safe from hackers. The profits are in the technology that these currencies run on, otherwise called blockchains. The industry leaders are just beginning to realize benefits of blockchain technology especially when it comes to data security.

On the other hand, Jeff gives investors advice on the kind of stocks to purchase. He uses his skills to analyze the stock market. This information is significant to investors who would like to avoid bad stocks also known as “value traps.”

Greg Aziz Is making A Splash At National Steel Car

Gregory James Aziz has a solid track record of making National Steel Car a significant competitor in the freight car industry. Greg J Aziz is also looking to make major changes as he continues to grow his company as the CEO. Greg Aziz has been making moves to improve National Steel Car for over 25 years now as the

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s Contributions To The Growth Of Bradesco And The Insurance Sector In Brazil

Bradesco’s president, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, was born in Marília, in 1951. He holds a bachelors degree in philosophy from the University of São Paulo and completed his postgraduate studies in socio-psychology at the School of Sociology and Politics of São Paulo. He has been an employee of the bank since 1969 when he started as a clerk at Marilia’s agency. The Executive deeply understands Bradesco’s culture as he has been through all the work hierarchy levels of the bank. In his experience working at Bradesco, he has been able to work in various important segments of the bank such as in insurance and marketing. His hard working nature saw him rise to the position of executive president of the bank’s insurance institution Bradesco Seguros in 2003.

During his reign as the president of Bradesco Seguros, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi effected many positive changes that earned him recognition and the nomination by the chairperson of Bradesco’s board as the successor of the former CEO of the bank, Márcio Cypriano. One of his major achievements as president of the firm was that he increased the firm’s profit contribution to the bank by 9% from it 26% initially to 35%, he also raised its market share by 2%. Additionally, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi made several renovations to the firm’s leadership and challenged those who were placed in those positions to uphold the company’s image and develop policies that would support the firm’s development. He also advocated for the employment and allocation of duties according to one’s profession.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi assumed the position of CEO of Bradesco bank in March 2009 under unfavorable economic conditions as the Bank had lost its top position and had come second to Itaú Unibanco. The company had a deficit of about R $ 150 billion in assets as compared to its rival. Although acquisition of smaller institution was the shorter course to bridge the gap, the market scenario, which was then characterized by scarcity of goods acquisitions, made the bank resort to organic growth and expansion by improving internal performance and lowering lending rates to attract more clients. The bank’s lead loss and unfavorable financial environments were anticipated to bring about decreases in the Bank’s profitability. This situation severely affected Bradesco’s board.

After careful deliberation, and consulting with the board, the CEO made the most daring business move by investing US $ 5.2 billion to the purchase of the Brazilian HSBC branch. This purchase enabled the rapid expansion of the Bradesco bank and significantly increased the Banks assets placing it at a strategic position to compete to regain the lead in the private sector. The CEO expressed great confidence at the time of purchase that acquisition would enable Bradesco to achieve at once the growth and expansion it would have it taken six years to achieve. This bold business move saw Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s selection for the Entrepreneur of the Year in Finance title by Dinheiro in 2015.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi expresses great confidence and optimism about the future of the insurance market in Brazil. His positivism in the market has earned him the award for Insurance Personality of the Year in two different years; 2003 and 2007. His character has also seen his nomination by President Dilma Rousseff as a minister of finance, an invitation that he politely declined to continue working for the bank. The CEO’s positivism also saw him graduate in philosophy from the University of São Paulo and earned him the title of the great protagonist in the election of Christ the Redeemer as part of the modern world’s seven wonders. His persistence and accomplishments have received praise from the Brazilian citizens as well as the rest of the world. Throughout his administration, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has continued to make invaluable contributions to the bank and the entire insurance segment in Brazil.

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Sam Tabar is Overseeing FullCycle Energy’s Capital Management Strategy

In line with its mission of propelling the energy sector to the production and use of eco-friendly and cost effective fuels, the FullCycle Energy Fund has officially appointed Sam Tabar as the COO. He will control the firm’s fund management strategy. During his acceptance speech, Tabar applauded the FullCycle Energy Fund for maintaining excellence in service delivery and promised to collaborate with the senior leadership team in achieving the firm’s mission of shifting from expensive, polluting fuels to cost efficient and earth friendly fuels.

Sam Tabar

Tabar has extensive experience in the hedge fund management sector. Formerly, he served at the Merrill Lynch (Bank of America) as a senior employee in charge of the Capital Strategy. In this role, he delivered targeted introductions to corporate investors, including foundations, family offices, endowments, pensions, and funds of funds. He consulted on legal and operational matters and helped in the creation of strong back and front office groups. Tabar has also worked for the Sparx Group (PMA) as the Co-Head of Marketing. His duties were to manage all aspects of an international marketing effort.

Other than his exceptional financial management expertise and experience, Tabar has served as a senior attorney for Schulte, Roth & Zabel, and Skadden. As a lawyer, he specialized in counseling clients on structuring and formation of hedge funds, private placement memoranda, employment issues, side letters, and compliance issues. Tabar attended the esteemed Oxford University and graduated with an honors degree in Bachelor of Arts. He received his postgrad in Law from the prominent Columbia Law School. He ensured readers were getting quality content by editing the Columbia Business Law Journal. Tabar is also an established venture capitalist who has invested in Tribute and SheThinx, a globally renowned firm that has reshaped the feminine hygiene sector with a social mission to motivate women globally.

FullCycle Energy Fund

Established in 2013, FullCycle Energy Fund was formed to finance and oversee projects that introduce new strategies for waste management. The firm’s foundational goal is to invest in unique electric generation plants. That way, the company will facilitate the use of environmentally friendly fuels across the globe.