After working in a particular industry for over four decades, you tend to pick a thing about its operations. The experience amassed during this time often turns you into a mentor on whose feet new entrants can sit and learn especially if you use these skills to build your name into a brand. That’s what experience and active exploitation of investment knowledge to amass wealth have helped Igor Cornelsen achieve. The retired investment banker is slowly turning to a household name in the investment circles both in Brazil and the United States due to his forecasting prowess.
Through active participation in the investment markets and airing his views and forecasts about the economy for different industries, including national economy, Igor earned everyone respect in trade. Most investors and investors alike would flock into his office and areas he frequented seeking to learn about promising investment leads in different industries.
In appreciation of the fact that most of the interested parties seeking his expertise were young investors, Cornelsen set up the Bainbridge Investment Inc. that mentors them on how to get into the investment world. But how can a young entrepreneur venture into investment:
Igor Cornelsen reckons that most of his mentees struggled with the question of the best time to venture into investment world in the beginning. To anyone looking forward to joining this trade at a given point in life, Cornelsen advises that the earlier you start your trade the better.
Finding a hand to hold
But how do you dip your feet and stake your years of savings into investments you barely understand? To this, Igor Cornelsen recommends that the young entrants find experienced mentors that can hold their hand and guide them through the process of identifying promising investment opportunities. However, remember not to just look for a trader to make your investments decisions but someone to train you on how to evaluate leads.
Playing within the comfort zones first
When starting out, Cornelsen asks that the entrepreneur only invests in stocks and products they understand. This goes a long way in helping them learn how to navigate the markets as well as build their confidence.