Felipe Montoro Explains Brazil’s Investment Position

Felipe Montoro witnessed the process of infrastructure auction during the fourth quarter of 2017. The process was organized by the Brazilian government. The government recently announced infrastructure auctions in the fourth quarter of 2017 to deal with effects from poor private-public partnerships. Most people have been preoccupied for the second season and Tarcisio Gomes is poised to hold auctions for the infrastructure industry.

Infrastructure Auctions

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, Gomes who acts as a project coordinator for the investment partnership program gave assurance that the timeline for auctions would not interfere with despite political temperatures in the country. Gomes asserted that planned auctions will continue as planned. Auctions begun in September alongside political talks and since some contractors that they were ending some crucial projects, there was need for the private sector to join the event. Felipe said that the project should encourage new people to join the activity. Having new faces encourages fresh ideas for growth and development. One major problem to Brazil’s ever increasing productivity is the modernization, and growth of infrastructure, said Gomes. He said that if the infrastructure sector can be dealt with, it would be huge relief.

Way Forward

The project coordinator added that the fostering governance on projects is important and would benefit investment programs. He tied unemployment to lack of investors because of the trend caused by the fiscal budget. The aim of the program is to partner with ministries, and choose projects that are appealing to potential investors. They are also advised to choose projects that are likely to succeed to create room for growth. The auction that occurred in April is cited as one of the biggest cases in history. The project wants to correct mistakes made in the area of private-public partnership programs. In the first term of Temer’s rule, there have been over 40 auctions in the infrastructure sector alone.

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Ted Bauman Discussing the Important Bitcoin Issue


Ted Bauman, an editor of Banyan Hill Publishing, recently gave an article to analystoffinance.com, concerning an important issue with Bitcoin which can cause it to be extinct in a few years if the issue is not resolved. He talked about how it takes a long period of time to do a business transaction with bitcoins which could be very frustrating for users. With it taking so long to process, users may decide to opt-out from using bitcoins. On the hand, it only takes a few minutes for users to use credit cards for business transactions.

Approximately 1700 Visa credit card transactions are done per second. But with bitcoins, only around 6.5 transactions are done per second. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency. It only exists in the world computers, and thus, there is no centralized network. Also, the computerized process goes through a process referred to mining which could take 20 minutes and more to complete. There was one incident of a transaction taking up to 42 minutes to complete.

He did mention, however, some solutions to this bitcoin problem. Decreasing the data amount, for instance, will be one way to eliminate the time to process transactions. Secondly, the industry increasing data blocks will help also. There are some groups who use the “segregated witness” technique which reduces the data by moving part of the data to a location where no verification is needed. However, some users are wary of this technology. Another technique used is called the “hard fork” where the previous transactions’ chain, called the “blockchain“, is used. And as a result, an increase of eight megabytes in the block size speeds up the process of verifying. This technology is now known as “bitcoin cash”, and it is increasing in popularity and worth.

About Ted Bauman

Ted Bauman has been with Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013. He specializes in asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, international migration issues, and privacy. He resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his family.

Bauman earned his postgraduate degree in Economics and History from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. While being in South Africa for two and a half decades, he served in various executive roles for nonprofits. His primary role was a fund manager for low-cost housing projects. In the 2000s, Bauman worked in researching, consulting, and writing in housing, urban planning, and finance for clients of the World Bank, the United Nations, Europe, and the South African government grant-making organizations. In 2008, he moved back to the US to serve as the Director of International Housing Programs for Habitat for Humanity International. He held that position until 2013 at which time he became a full-time writer and researcher.

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George Soros Reveals How The Capitalist Ideology Is Causing Global Problems

The life of George Soros is one that could fill the pages of many books as the man who lived through the Hungarian Holocaust of World War II made his way from the position of Jewish refugee to one of the most successful hedge fund managers in the history of the financial markets. Despite having made his fortune under the dominant capitalist regime of the 20th and 21st-centuries, George Soros has recently become concerned by the fact capitalism is a political and economic ideology without equal or rival since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the conclusion of the “Cold War”. In a recent article for The Atlantic, George Soros set out his belief in the problems caused by the fact a single political and economic ideology had become the overriding victor in the battle for supremacy between capitalism and communism in the 20th-century.

The Open Society Foundations reports George Soros gained a major part of his political and economic belief system during his time as a student at the London School of Economics, a period that began when he arrived in the U.K. in 1947 when Soros left Hungary and made his way to the safety of the U.K. after communism took control of Eastern Europe in the days following World War II, during which time Soros saw the problems in the rise of totalitarian regimes; Soros was a prominent supporter of the resistance during the Cold War as millions of people found themselves stranded under the Soviet rule of the middle of the 20th-century that swept across swathes of Eastern Europe. The open society theory was popularized by philosopher Karl Popper, a former teacher, and mentor of George Soros who is credited with bringing the future hedge fund expert into a position of understanding of the way the different ideologies of the world affect our lives on a daily basis.

The work of the Open Society Foundations George Soros founded in the middle of the 1980s is a reflection of his beliefs in the need to ensure a dominant political ideology does not take control of the political landscape of any nation. Over the course of his career, George Soros has looked to develop the Open Society Foundations in a way that reflects his belief in the need to fight for the rights of the millions of people in the world who are trapped under the rule of closed societies. In the U.S. of the 21st-century, George Soros has been known to compare the policies of the right and President Donald Trump with the rise of Naziism in Germany and Soviet rule in Eastern Europe that shows how the rise of capitalism poses a threat to the security of the world as a whole.

Andrew Rocklage: Sky Zone Owner and Operator

Within the last handful of years, a chain of indoor trampoline parks has skyrocketed in popularity around the United States. Sky Zone introduced this concept to the country, and the chain rose to prominence quickly. Sky Zone owners come from many walks of life, but few are as interesting to learn about as Andrew Rocklage. A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Rocklage is currently the owner-operator of a new Sky Zone location in sunny Tampa Bay, Florida. So, how did an East Coast native with a background in law end up owning a trampoline park in the Sunshine State? Read on to find out.

Growing up, Andrew Rocklage was always active and into sports. Naturally curious and adventurous, he was always willing to try new things and to broaden his horizons. He excelled in his studies in secondary school, so it came as no surprise that he decided to proceed directly to college. Andrew was accepted at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and he threw himself into college life. While academics were his main priority, Rocklage continued to be very active. Through the years, he even trained for and ran half-marathons and full marathons. His love of running hasn’t waned to this day.

Andrew Rocklage graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a Bachelor of Science degree in sports management. He also came away with a minor in economics, so he had a broad base from which to begin his professional career. While working on his degree, he completed various internships and volunteer opportunities that afforded him the chance to see what life was really like in the business world. He also forged crucial connections with well-known people throughout the Boston business community; these connections would come very much in handy later in his life.

While he was satisfied with the work that he had done and what he had accomplished at UMass, Andrew Rocklage wasn’t done with school just yet. He had realized that he was fascinated by law, so he decided to return to school to earn a law degree. Impressively, he was accepted into the prestigious Suffolk University Law School, where he worked tirelessly to earn his degree. In 2013, after several years of work and study, he came away from the school with a Juris Doctor law degree. Finally, he felt like he had the educational background that he needed to accomplish the goals that he had set for himself in life.

Initially, Andrew Rocklage thought that he would be happy working strictly in the field of law. Although he did an internship in public relations for Major League Lacrosse at one point, he decided to take a job in the legal field to see how he liked it. He worked as a legal consultant and law clerk before taking a job as corporate counsel for EPIRUS Biopharmaceuticals. The work was demanding and interesting, but it didn’t quite do enough to satisfy Andrew’s desire for innovation and forward thinking.

Since he had dipped his toes into the world of Boston business already, Andrew Rocklage decided to see what kinds of opportunities existed for him in that area. He finally realized that what he really wanted was to be master of his own destiny. To do that, he needed to strike out on his own and to stop working for others. He was actively seeking opportunities to own a successful business when he was alerted about an opportunity to invest in a Sky Zone franchise. Luckily, he was already familiar Sky Zone and really liked the concept. Several locations were already open in the Boston area, however, so Andrew knew that he would most likely have to relocate to make it happen.

After spending his whole life in Boston, where winters are positively punishing, Andrew Rocklage was more than happy to escape to the warmth of sunny Florida. He relocated to the city of Jupiter, Florida, and then he went to work getting a new Sky Zone franchise location open in the area. Finally, he became the owner and operator of a brand-new Sky Zone in Tampa Bay, FL. Located on International Speedway Boulevard, the facility includes a vast array of features and attractions. In addition to the immensely popular Freestyle Jump area, the facility includes SkySlam, which incorporates basketball and trampolines; FoamZone, where people can jump and have fun while surrounded by soft, cushy foam; and even a snack bar. At long last, Andrew Rocklage has found his calling. Will he be satisfied forever, though? Only time will tell.