James Dondero Co-founder and President of Highland Capital Management, has had an interest in Argentina since 2012, so much so that his company has a dedicated team and office in Sao Paulo. According to Mauro Staltare, a Highland Capital Management analyst,” Argentia is different.” ” Argentina is an island within Latin America. Its an uncorrelated Investment for at least the next two to three years,” Staltari said. “Of course, a rise in interest rates by the Fed will affect the curve and yields, but Argentina has drivers of its own, such as the normalization of energy tariffs, and for better or worse, it’s distinctive from the rest of Latin America.”
James Dondero’s team is focusing on the changes in Argentina as it emerges in the global market as a well-structured player. One strategic move the Argentinian Government made was to lower its energy tariffs, this allowed the country to raise 16.5 billion in bond revenue when other countries were trading at negative yields.
Dondero and his team have developed an investment strategy built around the economic recovery of the new pro-business administration.
Highland Capital Managment has been working to expand its equity holding in Argentina as well as its bond allocation strategy. They want to position their portfolio to align with the prioritization of economic reforms being implemented in the country. Read more about James at Crunchbase.
The firm is leaning towards provincial debt, one major factor is that Argentina’s 23 provinces issue debt that yields between 150 to 250 basis points of spread over sovereign debt of equal duration.
For investors who do have an interest in Argentina, there is still a real risk. The country’s proximity to other Latin American countries can make it susceptible to fraud and government breakdown. While the country has made many economic initiatives, the deficit and inflation still need improvement. Visit Highland Funds to know more about James Dondero.
You may have remembered back in the early 1990s when certain Nike shoes and Michael Jordan endorsed high tops were popular. Well according to Paul Mampilly of Banyan Hill, those shoes are starting to make a comeback. He follows tech stocks usually, but he also stays trends that millennials are involved in, and one is new enthusiasm for retro style basketball shoes. Many young people have become excited about these shoes again, and if you look at various shoe companies you’ll find Air Jordans and the new Lebrons hot on the market. You can read more of Mampilly’s newsletter “Profits Unlimited” to find out which shoe brand ETFs are good to buy. Read this article at Daily Forex Report.
Paul Mampilly grew up in India and moved to the US in the mid 1980s to get his bachelor’s degree. His goal was to make it in the stock trading and banking world, and he began by starting as a research assistant for Deutsche Bank where he followed the portfolio management guidelines of his superiors, but soon he was working alongside them in finance and loans. Paul Mampilly also worked for ING, Sears and Banker’s Trust before he helped start Capuchin Consulting. After a few years in consulting, he became a $6 billion hedge fund director at Kinetics International Fund, though he would start managing funds for institutional investors and other investment banks so well that the hedge fund grew to $25 billion. The firm was named in Barron’s magazine as one of the best places to get high returns in one year as financial reports showed Kinetics bringing in 26℅ in profits. Mampilly also entered an investment competition with $50 million at the Templeton Foundation, and during the toughest times of the financial recession he exited the investment with $88 million. He also made investments in stocks and ETFs that include Sarepta Therapeutics, Olympus Corporation, some Amazon services and even Netflix when it was still early stage.
Paul Mampilly left the Wall Street culture around 2012 when he decided he could do better writing newsletters. His newsletters gave investment information not found elsewhere and the kind that had video clips of his personal portfolio making gains. He also had more time now to spend with his family and now found himself helping people who were brand new to buying stocks. His email newsletters are much cheaper to subscribe to than most big name journals, and you can start your subscription by going to www.BanyanHill.com. Read more: https://banyanhill.com/exclusives/paul-mampilly-scam-fraud-or-real-deal/
Matt Badiali has a robust background in the geology industry and also a skilled financial analyst. He went to the University of Penn State and graduated with Earth Science obtaining a Science Degree and later moved to the University of the Florida Atlantic and got his Geology Masters Degree of Science. Matt has worked and traveled in different corners of the globe inspecting on wells and also mines in Haiti, Hong Kong, Singapore, Turkey, Switzerland, Papua New Guinea and others. His vast knowledge and expertise in geology have enabled him to meet and interrogate the different companies Chief Executive Officers in most knowledgeable manner getting the first-hand truth on their investments. Follow Matt on twitter.com
Matt Freedom Checks are private checks with the ability to change the financial health of an individual. The U.S Freedom Checks were first introduced to the public by the investment newsletter, and Matt Badiali promoted them in an advertisement that captured the attention of average investors and non-investors. The freedom check works like Master Limited Partnership giving an investor a chance to become a shareholder of an American company dealing with production and processing, gas and oil, transportation, and storage.
The company needs to get its 90% of revenue from its local company and agree to pay its investors annually. Additionally, it needs to have undergone the 26-F a statute enacted by the Congress and over 550 companies have met the requirements, and they can legally give freedom checks.
The Matt Badiali freedom checks are MLPS traded publicly and on the New York’s Stock Markets. The investors of freedom checks get exempted from the taxation of federal income, and they are income-focused with the ability of their shareholders receiving a high-distribution of yields. With the free checks, you purchase the shares, and eventually, you accept your payments via the account or check, and you can either reinvest for more additional shares. The payments rise according to the share rise.
Matt Badiali advice investors before investing in freedom checks they need to check on liquidity assets ratio of a company, and it should amount to 1 billion dollars, and its raw materials should be in demand. Secondly, the company needs to have distributed payments to other shareholders and that on a consistent basis, and the payments should increase consistently. Lastly, Matt states that the shareholders should have their wealth increases and due to investing in the company. Matt Badiali boasts of years of skills in natural resources industry and exceptional insights on investments matters.
Peter Priger’s Back Story
Peter Briger has a M.B.A. from Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. from the Princeton University. Peter Briger wears many hats at Fortress Credit Corporation. He is currently the President and Co-Chairman and Director of the Board at Fortress Credit Corporation (FCC). In addition to his duties as head of the corporation, he is Principal and Head of Credit & Real Estate Business sector of FCC.
He is the Co-CEO of Fortress Credit Corporation.
Besides his aforementioned leadership at Fortress Credit Corporation, Peter Briger developed and spearheads the Fortress Credit business. The main focal point of his position is finding undervalued, distressed, or illiquid asset credit investments and create a profitable return. This year alone Briger has produced tremendously; his staff has raised $4.7 billion for, “Fortress Credit Opportunities Fund IV.” He has lately this year taken a strong interest in distressed funds in the financial arena.
Other Affiliations and Service
Peter Briger is a member of the Advisory Board of Spearhead, LLC. He is the Director of two additional investment firms, which includes the Princeton University Investment Co. He has fifteen years of leadership experience from Goldman Sachs & Co. He serves on a Board of Advisor of Hospital for Special Surgery, Inc. He is Co-Head of many departments and businesses. He has been an Advisor to International Finance Corporation and Linktone Ltd. Peter Briger is not just all work, he has a charitable side as well. He has given to the Central Park Conservancy. He is on the board for Caliber Schools, which is an organizations spearheading charter schools. He has worked with, funded or been a board member of many charitable organizations. Peter Briger’s golden hand will surely continue to make great investments yielding unimaginable profits in the future. There’s no end to his financial prowess.
Christopher Burch is the chief executive officer of the Burch Creative Capital. He has excellent entrepreneurial values and vision for potential new market opportunities. Burch has four decades experience in investment and entrepreneurship and has contributed to the growth of over 50 companies. Burch Creative Capital have a diverse portfolio and is currently a participant in the branding of various lifestyle and consumer products. He has helped establish companies in the technology industries, fashion and hospitality. In 2004, he co-founded Tory Burch LLC a fashion company with his wife Tory Burch who is a fashion designer. He is also a managing partner of Global Research Capital LLC.
Chris was born and raised in Pennsylvania. He was not a good learner in school since he had severe attention deficit disorder. His parents took him to a special school Tilton Prep School based in New Hampshire at the age of 14. During summer, Chris worked in construction sites after school to make a living. In 1976, he joined the Ithaca College as an undergraduate student. He started selling sweaters to campus girls door to door. While still in college, he partnered with his brother to launch an apparel company, Eagle’s eye with a capital of 2,000 dollars. The company became successful, and in 1998 they sold it to the Swire group in the United Kingdom at 160 million dollars.
In 2012, Chris merged with his friend James McBride, a hotelier and launched a luxury resort with 27 villas. His vision is to expand the Nihi hotels and grow its roots in North America. In 2011, he established C. wonder, a company that dealt with accessories, fashion and interior décor. He has also partnered with Ellen DeGeneres, an entertainer to start a lifestyle brand. He also served as the president of the Pierre hotel cooperative board. Some of the companies that Burch has worked with include; Chubbies, Brads Raw foods and Little Duck Organs (https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/222766).
Apart from business and investment, Chris Burch likes giving back to the community. He works with Sumba Foundation which is aided by Nihi Sumba islands profits (nihi.com). The foundation provides education, nutrition, safe water and support community-based projects. He also supports medical training activities carried out by New York Langone and the Mount Sinai hospital in New York. Chris Burch also contributes to several charities in Asia including; the China association of social work, the child welfare league of China, the Henry Street and many other charities.