Scent of Bride

Looking and Smelling Good

September 05, 2017

George Soros Is Back and Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

While many view Soros as having returned, he has never really left. He has always involved himself in funding worthy causes that support freedom of thought and expression. However, Soros did scale back his philanthropy work after shelling out $27 million to helping to try and defeat George W. Bush in 2004. Since then, he did reemerge as a major donor for Democratic party politics. Many conservatives view him as a thorn in their side.His fortune stands a $24 billion or more. He amassed such a large fortune through risky currency trades. However, since the advent of Trump on the political scene, Soros is more politically active. He feels that with Trump in office the political stakes have gone through the roof.

Among the many issues that concern Soros is immigration reform, criminal justice reform, and religious tolerance.Soros also stands at the ready to assist efforts to fight conservative attempts to restrict voting. The group he supports in this area is not required, by law, to disclose its donors or the amount given. A 2016 article by Politico, “George Soros Rises Again,” provides a broader explanation of where his donations and political interests lie.Much of his present political involvement is helping groups who seek to build an enduring infrastructure to fight those opposed to climate change, income inequality, and to end the big-money donations that have changed politics.

Soros’s interest in helping humanity overcome suppression stems from his own history of surviving the Nazi occupation of Hungary in 1944.Many on the left regard Soros as an immensely wealthy man that supports liberal causes. Unfortunately, many on the right view Soros as a sinister person, despite any real lack of evidence. At 85, Soros is still on a lifetime mission of supporting human rights and helping those less fortunate. He shows no signs of slowing down.

July 20, 2017

Paul Mampilly, The American Investor

In 2016, Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing where he served as the senior editor specializing mainly in assisting Main Street Americans to get wealth in technology, small-cap stocks, growth investing, and special opportunities.

Paul’s career commenced as an assistant portfolio manager on Wall Street in 1991. He then advanced to higher positions at ING and Deutsche where he got involved in managing multimillion-dollar projects. In 2006, Mampilly was recruited by the owners of $6 billion Company known as Kinetics Asset Management in the role of managing their hedge fund. Under the leadership of Paul, the assets of the firm very quickly rose to $25 billion, making Barron’s name as among the “best in the world” hedge funds because of averaging a 26 percent annual returns during the tenure of a Paul.

Paul was also invited to take part in Templeton’s foundation prestigious investment competition. With an initial investment of $ 50 million, he managed to create unbelievable returns in one year, growing the investment to $ 88 million dollars. The most outstanding thing is the fact that he was able to achieve the returns in the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009.

Finally, Paul became tired working at the Wall Street pace and for generating money for just 1 percent of people, he chose to retire so that he could spend a lot of time with his own family. However, Paul remains as an investor though he does not consider himself a retired person.

Rather than generating money for the wealthy, Mr. Mampilly has driven his focus in retirement to assist people on a daily basis on ways of making money on their investments. Paul established the common Profits Unlimited & Extreme Fortunes. In 2017, the firm comes with a brand new research service known as True Momentum.

When asked what led him to start up the firm, Paul Mampilly said that the needed to help a lot of people in making investments. Teaching people about investments was the key driver to his new venture. Through his company, he gets a platform to use well his expertise and skills to assist many people from different backgrounds.

Learn more about Paul Mampilly:

October 27, 2016

A Sound Idea for Business Owners

The domestic business world is currently facing quite a few dilemmas, especially when considering how poor the economy is veering within the United States. According to Bloomberg, In order to try and defeat these potentially dangerous times within the business World, entrepreneurial genius Billy McFarland, a twenty-three-year-old man, has recently created a special discount program that also acts as a social network platform.

This discount program is known as Magnises, members who joined the program are given special metal cards. These cards can be used to replace credit cards, and they act in the same way. When a member goes to a certain location such as a bar or a restaurant for a business meeting they can use this card as a form of payment to receive heavily discounted prices on services rendered.

This is a big deal for business owners and sales people as it means that these business meetings, which are very important for the progression of a company, can save a lot of money.

Business meetings can prove to be quite costly, sometimes costing hundreds if not thousands of dollars depending on what type of meeting it is and the location that it takes place that.

The Magnises program seeks to cut these costs significantly, with the same price on a single business meeting before the discounted price being able to potentially pay for several meetings instead.

McFarland has created this program with businesses in mind, which will undoubtedly cause business growth exponentially within the next few years.

It is exciting times for business owners both domestically and potentially internationally. This particular discount program offers a lot to companies to take advantage of it, allowing sales people to save their companies hundreds or thousands of dollars on business meeting deals.

This saved amount of money can then be spent on other areas within the company and can be used for company growth.