Igor Cornelsen according to PR Newswire is one of the prominent stock market businesspeople from Brazil, who have managed to make it to the top of the world market. Igor Cornelsen is also an economic and financial strategy expert who has worked in the Brazilian banking industry for a long time. He concentrates his career on long investments term investment and businesses. He recently appeared on media channels offering his expert analytics on the world investment markets and the progress of the Brazilian banking system. According to Igor Cornelsen, the best investment type is that that stays on the market for a long time. He urges investors to shift their focus from short-term investments and move to the long-term investments. Igor says that long-term investments have more advantages as compared to short-term investments that are preferred by most investors.
He says on igorcornelsen.wordpress that long-term investments end up giving investors more and better returns as compared to short-term investments. This is because the long-term investment offers more than a lifetime of returns to the investors. He discourages investors from short-term investment as they are bound to have a short span of returns. On top of this long-term investments have unlimited returns. This because as time goes by investments grow and thus returns grow. Thus, in long-term investments, an investor is bound to get even more than 500% of their initial investment. This way an investor will be able to spread their risk of loss, and this would act as a like insurance. Thus, in the case of market instability, an investor will still be able to gain profits from other of their investments.
According to Igor Cornelsen, the Brazilian banking market is served by ten major banks. Some of this banks are international while others just base their operations within the country. One of the most chaplains time for the Brazilian banking industry came at the end of 2014. Most banks in this industry suffered as the economy of the troubled. At this time, the country had no economic growth. According to Igor Cornelsen, these banks were able to pull through this moment by using their market knowledge and experience to drive profits in the market. The banks also started concentrating on borrowers who showed good potential of repaying in time. The industry underwent a lot of changes in its strategies to streamlines its operations and avoided the events of 2014. The Brazilian government also initiated market-oriented reforms and fiscal austerity that would protect both the banks and its clients.