Monthly Archives: June 2016

Venezuela Restores 5-Day Work Week

The Venezuelan government just reported that the 2-day work week is no more. Economic shortages gripping the country have forced a lot of changes – mostly bad. Food, power and other basic supplies are nearly non-existent.
Government offices were forced to work only two days a week to ease the pressure of the energy shortage.

“The people in Venezuela are still in deep trouble” says expert Jose Manuel Gonzalez. Political unrest coupled with the lack of basic necessities have sent the country into a tailspin. No one knows when or if it will all end. President Nicolas Maduro is taking the brunt of the blame.

The energy minister announced that water levels at the main dam have been restored. The normalization has given way to restored energy. Manuel Gonzalez say the energy-saving bid is nothing more than a sham. Many workers simply went home and used computers.

The people of Venezuela are just glad to see a little bit of relief.


George Soros Zeroes In On Bearish Investments

George Soros has made a return to trading after almost a year away from trading. According to CNBC, the billionaire directed his firm, Soros Fund Management, to sell stocks from other sectors and then buy gold and shares in gold mining companies. This move shocked many people who had thought the self-made billionaire was out of trading for good.

After several efforts to save the European Union and Ukraine, George Soros seems to have given up on the dream. Instead, he has directed his efforts to saving his empire from a potential economic disaster that may follow events such as the fast approaching British referendum on exiting the union. BREXIT has created a gloomier view of the global economy as many investors and traders expect large market moves before and after the referendum. It seems Soros move from the stocks is one of the first in the industry.

Analysts believe that Soros has been lured back not by the potential damage of the coming economic troubles on his investments, but by the opportunities to make profits from the potential crises. The investment firm, founded by George Soros, manages over $30 billion of investments for him and his family. The bearish investments could not go without being noticed by other traders and investors.

George Soros first earned fame in 1992 when his gamble against the British Pound saw him rip profits in excess of $1 billion from one trade. However, his recent move is seen to be against his old trading patterns where he attacked potential crises head-on rather than avoiding them.

Through an email interview, Soros noted several things that he considered bad for the global economy. First, Soros talked about the capital flight from China. He also pointed out that European Union may be heading for a collapse due to its failure to solve crises such as migration crisis, the UK’s potential exit and Greek financial challenges.

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About George Soros
George Soros is a Hungarian-American investor and philanthropist. He was born in Budapest, Hungary, on August 12, 1932. A Jew by birth, he faced the horrors of the Nazi regime when he was a teenager before moving to England. His outstanding investment skills enabled him to start Soros Fund Management, which helped him become a billionaire. Apart from trading, he is also known for active participation in politics such as creating the Open Societies that led to the collapse of communism. Soros has also donated lots of money to both charities and political agendas such as Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaigns. The billionaire has affiliations to other companies such as F.M. Mayer, Wertheim & Company and Arnhold S. Bleichroeder.

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Brad Reifler Uses Money Monster to Tell a Tale

Money Monster is a scary film. No, the feature is not a horror project. The movie is a comedy, but the subject matter has a serious edge to it. Under the broad laughs, the plot plays to the anxieties many people feel about the financial world. The narrative focuses on a “Wall Street guru” taken hostage by a client who lost all his money due to following the guru’s advice.

Brad Reifler is a very successful financial expert. He uses the film as a device to warn people about how they put their money to work. (XRepublic has all the details) Reifler does not want to scare anyone into staying out the financial world. People do need to invest their money. Reifler just wants them to do so in an effective manner and not lose money unnecessarily.

In the article, Reifler warns investors about some of the troubles they may run into when wishing to invest their money. He tells them to be mindful of high fees and stock market risk. Reifler also wants the average investor to realize their options are limited since net worth keeps them out of certain vehicles.

Reifler positively does know what he is talking about. At present, Reifler is the CEO of Forefront capital, a company he founded in May of 2009. Previously, he founded Pali Capital.

Brad Reifler’s formal education comes in the form of a degree from Bowdoin College according to Wikipedia. Before founding his own businesses, he served as a trader and also was a director of a securities company. Today, he shares his knowledge through informative articles written to help new investors.

WEN: Hair Oils For Vibrancy And Shine

WEN hair by Chaz Dean is well known throughout the beauty and cosmetics company for it’s QVC infomercials and it’s ability to transform hair from a frizzy mess into a sleek and shiny coif without adding any extra styling steps. Anyone with hard to style hair knows that it can take a behind the sink cabinet full of products and an elaborate blow dry to secure those shiny strands all sealed in with healthy conditioned shine.
WEN contains botanical extracts and magical healthy conditioners that seal in shine and vibrancy and cut down on styling time. People using WEN on their hair have an advantage in the health of their hair as well as on the clock. WEN streamlines the hair washing process into one simple step. Instead of washing with shampoo, conditioning with conditioner and using a styling product to build a hairstyle before a blowout, Wen hair users can get it all with one product.

Emily McClure reports from Bustle how the ultra moisturizing sephora sweet almond mint fared on her fine and delicate strands. As the pictures prove, Emily’s hair was more vibrant and high shine than ever before. WEN is known to leave natural hair oils intact, so this could be the reason why she felt her hair was weighed down when washing the evening before. The oils produced by the scalp had more time to coat the strands during a typical eight hour slumbering period. One easy fix for her to maintain volume throughout the day was to wash her hair the morning before work so she had instant volume, shine, and vibrancy detectable not only to her but to her friends and co workers. Wen hair is available on Amazon.

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Brian Bonar and the Limitless Achievements of an Entrepreneur

While it is admirable to merely hold a job in this financial downturn, being an entrepreneur is an even greater achievement. For one thing, an entrepreneur is able to create a job for himself around something that he likes and is very passionate about. Another thing is that he can achieve anything he puts his mind to. He does not have to worry about being passed over for a promotion. There is also no glass ceiling that will hold him down. Not only will he succeed with the right amount of effort, but he will also gain recognition for his success.

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Among the recognized entrepreneurs that have succeed in the financial realm is Brian Bonar. Brian has recently received the highest honor of the Professional Networking Community. Bonar has over 30 years of experience being a manager in the industry of finances. He is more than qualified to look over the operations of Dalrada Financial Corporation. He was the CEO of the company for more than 10 years. He has been in charge of a variety of benefits for employers and employees. He has also been responsible for the products of the aftermarket. Brian Bonar has proven to be very competent in his field because he truly enjoyed what he does.

Because of his diligence in running his company, he has earned a lot of recognition. He is an example of what one could do if he thinks outside of the box and decides to take a risk so that he could reap rewards. Brian Bonar is also someone who is very careful and calculated about his decisions. Without the thought and knowledge, his business would not have been as successful. When one is working in an industry that is based around what he enjoys, he increases his chance not only for success, but for innovation in the field of his choice.

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Andy Wirth Wants More Community Input In The Valley

The Auburn Journal has a piece by Andy Wirth that talks about how he wants the community to talk to him about incorporation. He knows that a few people want to incorporate right now, but he does not think this is the best way to go. He believes that the whole area will get better results if they are talking about it. Talking about how people want to incorporate is important, and he is inviting people to come talk about it.

There are those that want to incorporate just so they can have a government council, but there is no way that all these people can afford to pay for the new government without raising taxes. Read more: Interview with Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth | Tahoetopia and Just Breathe: Andy Wirth on the Upswing in Tahoe

Raising taxes is something that a lot of people do not want, and that is because they are of the same mind as Andy Wirth. They are the kind of people who want to be able to stay in the area with the same kinds of costs they have now.

Andy Wirth wants to be sure that people know how the new government would impact businesses, and he owns two lodges that have to be able to employ people. He wants to keep taxes low so that he can offer a lot of jobs, and he wants the smaller business owners to have the same kinds of help.

He wants the people that he has known almost all his life to be able to stay in business, and he wants them to feel like they can afford to stay. Property owners should not spend too much on their own taxes, and they will be able to save if they do not incorporate.

The incorporation question needs more community input, and it needs to be decided where everyone will be able to have a good feeling about it.

The only way to be sure that the Olympic Valley is safe is to talk as a community. Andy Wirth wants the people to come together, and he is willing to be the person that gets the conversation started to do something other than incorporation of his beloved valley.

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