The Midas Legacy, a Firm of Success

The Midas Legacy is an organization located in Winter Garden, Florida. The purpose of the company is to help different people reach their goals in life. Entrepreneurs, investors and aspiring business people are some of the individuals that the company assists to have it better in life. Apart from the business-oriented strategies, they also help people in matters of happiness, health, how to manage wealth and also retiring successfully.

Through the Midas Legacy, entrepreneurs will be able to make good business choices and also manage their financial status properly, this will help them initiate more employment for other people. The company is exceptional in its own way, for instance, they work with so many people to improve the lives of aspiring businessmen. They easily associate with individuals who think beyond the basic aspects.

Discipline is an essential value when it comes to developing oneself in improves your approach to people, you learn to be more assertive and humble. The company assists individuals by teaching them different ways than one can make it in life. The Midas Legacy collaborates with different professionals who use their knowledge to inspire people. The clients are so much inspired after so much learning. The company is all rounded in improving people’s lives, from entrepreneurship to values of life.

They provide research services to their clients to help them organize their work plan to cases like investing, the company produces enough platforms that will lead developing investors to a good direction especially in managing wealth. The different types of experts that the company has, has contributed to the growth of the organization.

The Midas Legacy has made it easy for people to retire smoothly without any pressure. Clients are able to consult the research experts on matters like having a good retirement calculator plan and a good income. Those worried about reducing their taxes, the company has all the help with that. Therefore having good wealth management tactic can be achieved. The company offers capital to associates who prove to have an optimistic effect on the lives of people.

The aim of the organization is to help clients succeed in life by helping them from day one of their visit to the company. The clients are given a free book called The Midas Codes as soon as they become members. The professionals in the firm include Sean Bower, a chief editor, Mark Edwards, an expert in natural health and Jim Samson a publisher.

Freedom From Overpaying Through Tech Startup FreedomPop

New breakthroughs in the world of mobile Wi-Fi are being made. The company FreedomPop, who brought you free—albeit limited—cellphone service is expanding its portfolio to include mobile Wi-Fi. The company boasts that it will host some 10 million hotspots for the whopping total of $5. Available hotspots are expected to double within the first quarter. With the average American spending well over ten times the amount FreedomPop has advertised, there is a large market for potential customers. The company has partnered with other companies to make this venture possible, although they aren’t releasing who these partners are at this time due to contract stipulations. With Google as one of its rivals, we can only speculate at who these investors are. No one is sure what this will do to the mobile data market, but if successful you can be assured there will be numerous carriers that start offering competitive prices. This news can only be positive for the consumers who are tired of overpaying for mobile Wi-Fi. This service will first be available through the FreedomPop android app, but plans to expand to include an iPhone app in the near future.

Along with the strides they are making in the Wi-Fi department, FreedomPop announced they have begun sales of SIM card services in the UK. At this point, they are offering their free service to UK residents. This service includes 200 minutes of calls, 200 minutes of texts and 200mb of data. This plan is what FreedomPop CEO Stephen Stokols says is the equivalent of a basic mobile plan in England. The deal they are trying to work out is said to have a heavy emphasis on international calls as well. This announcement is expected to be followed by more services being available in the UK as well.

Colorado uses Legalized Cannabis Taxes to fund Schools


Washington State and Colorado became the first states to legalize recreational drug use and have recently seen a large rise in taxes being used to fund the construction and maintenance of school buildings. The rise in taxes has been accompanied by a lower crime rate reported in Colorado 15 percent beneath the rate it was reported in previous years, according to Mint Press News.

Tom Rothman is astonished that the state of Colorado sold $34 million worth of Cannabis in the month of August, which provided the state with an additional tax revenue of $3.4 million. The benefits of the legalization of recreational drugs could also be felt in a large number of areas of the state economy, including the number of people employed and much needed repairs to the state infrastructure. The 100 legal recreational drug dispensaries have also produced a drop in the number of those unemployed, which could see a sharp fall in the number of unemployed people in the state as more and more marijuana tax money is spent on improving the infrastructure of Colorado.

Negotiations Begin for a Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is calling out Manny Pacquiao to the boxing ring, and this long anticipated fight could become the richest event ever in boxing. I’ll definitely be watching with a bottle of wine from The Antique Wine Company.

Mayweather is talking negotiations with Pacquiao’s people but he warned they should not expect a purse anywhere near what Mayweather would make.

In a Showtime interview, Mayweather called for the fight to happen and proudly gave a date — May 2. 

Mayweather claims Bob Arum, Pacquiao’s promoter has been the obstacle in the way of them fighting for the past five years.

“Floyd Mayweather doesn’t dodge any opponent,” Mayweather said. “Pacquiao’s promoter, Bob Arum is the one who’s been stopping this fight. My team has been trying to put things together and make this happen.”

Pacquiao says Mayweather’s style is boring and is ready for the showdown. 

Mayweather has a flawless record (47-0, 26 KOs) and Pacquiao’s is undoubtedly impressive (57-5-2, 38 KOs), yet nearly 83 percent of boxing fans predict Pacquiao will beat Mayweather in the May 2nd fight.

McLaren Confirm Button for 2015 F1 Season

The controversy that has surrounded the second drive for the McLaren Formula 1 team has finally ended with confirmation that Briton Jenson Button will partner Fernando Alonso for the 2015 season, the BBC reports. Controversy had surrounded the team during the last races of the 2014 season as Button and fellow driver Kevin Magnussen were left waiting for news on who would partner two time World Champion Alonso in the coming season.

Button, 34 had spoken of his sadness during the final race weekend of the 2014 season when he feared he had lost his seat at McLaren and would be forced to look outside F1 to continue his driving career. Magnussen will also be retained as a test and reserve driver by McLaren in what could be a smaller field after a number of smaller teams were forced into financial difficulties over what they see as a huge gulf between the top teams in F1 and those at the back of the starting grid. Magnussen could well feature for McLaren in 2015 as a number of experts have raised the question of teams operating three cars in each race to increase the field for more action.

The decision to retain Button for his 16th Grand Prix season is thought to have split the Mcaren team at boardroom level, with many hoping to retain Magnussen who is 12 years younger than Button. However, former F1 World Champion Button both out qualified and outscored Magnussen during a difficult 2014 season for McLaren. Now, back to my Qnet shopping spree.

Tito Ortiz Is a C.M. Punk Fan

A lot of fighters in the MMA world are very unhappy that the UFC has signed former WWE wrestler C.M. Punk to a contract. Dave Meltzer has reported that many camps are inviting Punk to train with them with the explicit intention of “giving him a beating” to send him packing and to prove that pro wrestlers can’t hang in a real fight. 

Tito Ortiz has come out and praised Dana White for the decision. This comes as a surprise to many, as Tito and Dana have not seen eye-to-eye in a long time. 

Tito grew up as a fan of Hulk Hogan and pro wrestling in general. He has made a number of appearances on the TNA Impact wrestling show on Spike TV as a guest referee and an “enforcer”. TNA, being the most poorly-managed wrestling company in modern times, got nothing out of him and even dropped storylines that Tito was in out of sheer incompetence.

Tito now fights in Bellator, a company that is looking to sign older “name” fighters with the idea that a star draws more money than a technically good current fighter. This concept is already paying off for the company, as their Spike TV special featuring Tito and Stephen Bonnar fight drew big ratings. That fight was built up using a goofy pro wrestling-style storyline involving a man in a mask.

Tito likes pro wrestling and he’s obviously comfortable with freak show fights. He will enjoy C.M. Punk’s UFC run. Maybe he should buy him a Qnet congratulations gift. The question is, how many other fans will?

Taking Inspiration From Kenneth Griffin: From Enterprising College Student to Wall Street Wiz

As CEO of one of the world’s largest hedge funds, Kenneth Griffin has earned a solid reputation for his keen financial sense and leadership abilities. Griffin founded Citadel LLC, a Chicago-based investment firm, in 1990. The name of the company is said to represent strength in times of volatility. The company represents the culmination of a highly successful career that traces its origins to Griffin’s college dorm room.

Born in Florida in 1968, Griffin earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University in 1989. It was during his college days that Griffin took the first step in what would become a lifelong career. He managed to convince school administrators to allow him to have a satellite link installed to his dorm room so he could receive information on investment trades. He then put together his first fund, which totaled $250,000 and included some financial support from his grandmother.

After graduating from Harvard, Griffin’s impressive rate of return with his investments caught the attention of Frank C. Meyer, the founder of Glenwood Capital. Meyer provided Griffin with a million dollars for investment purposes, netting an impressive 70 percent return on that investment. It was Griffin’s association with Meyer that inspired the young investor to make a permanent move to Chicago.

With $4.2 million, Griffin started Citadel in the fall of 1990. He has consistently placed on Forbes 400 and other respectable listings based on net worth and financial achievements. Citadel has since grown into a diverse financial institution, with the Citadel group including Citadel Technology, focusing on investment management technology, and Citadel Securities, a leading liquidity provider. Citadel currently controls billions of dollars in assets with active trades and investments taking place daily throughout the world’s top financial markets.

Griffin remains involved in various educational causes and supports community improvement efforts as a member of the Board of Directors of the Chicago Public Education Fund. Griffin also supports many of Chicago’s cultural and civic institutions, including Art Institute of Chicago, where he’s a member of the Board of Trustees, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, where he also serves as a board member, and often tweets about his experiences there.

On a personal level, the successful hedge fund investor has earned a solid reputation as an art collector, with works owned by Griffin on display at the Art Institute of Chicago. Art News magazine has named Griffin as one of the most active avid art collectors in the world, with his collection reportedly containing works by Cézanne, Degas and Monet. He is also active within the financial community with various memberships in highly respected organizations, including the Economic Club of Chicago, G100 and the World Economic Forum.

Griffin’s community involvement is notable throughout the Chicago area. Working with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, he was instrumental in opening a new charter school in Chicago. He also supports the highly acclaimed Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago. In 2014, Griffin gave a substantial donation to his alma mater, Harvard University, to be used for undergraduate, need-based financial aid – possibly inspiring future investors with a knack for investments to start their own successful careers.

Billy Butler Lands in Oakland

The Oakland Athletics are not known as a truly free spending ball club. There was even a whole money saving and talent evaluating method created by number crunchers that was eventually dubbed “Moneyball”, a methodology for running a baseball team that gets the biggest bang for the lowest buck. Well, Oakland management seemed to briefly step away from that process when they signed free agent Billy Butler on Tuesday to a 30 million dollar contract.

Butler, until now, has been a career Kansas City Royal. I know my KC superfan friend Ken Griffin was sad to see him go. He has a great batting eye and decent gap power but is limited in the field and against left handed pitchers. With the money being paid to him and with his admitted liabilities with the glove Butler more than likely will be in the lineup as the every day designated hitter.

Billy Butler was feeling a little melancholy when Kansas City declined to pick up his 2015 option and allowed him to become a free agent but the three year deal that he snagged with Oakland will help take out some of the sting of move.

Despite moving on from the only team that he’s ever known Butler will at least take with him the memories of the Royals magical march to the playoffs in 2014. He had a memorable World Series game two when his key late innings base hit propelled the Royals in front of the Giants.