In 2005 Matt Badiali worked at Stansberry Research for eleven years as its monthly Stansberry Research Resource Report. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, the Stansberry Research is a U.S. publishing company. The Stansberry Research Report identifies the best investments in metals, energy, and natural resources. Subscribers have continually made tremendous gains from his advice.
In 2017 the Banyan Hill Publishing Company asked Matt to join them as their newsletter natural resource expert to help readers profit from the latest trends in the natural resources field. Mr. Badiali will focus on the research and investment opportunities in precious metals, agriculture, energy, and other natural resources.
Matt Badiali travels around the world becoming an expert in mining and oil drill rigs, while also searching for innovative investment ideas. He meets CEO’s, investors in the resource sector and metal experts, who help to keep him informed about the newest technologies and trends in the natural resource industry.
Matt is also a leading consultant for environmental companies. Mr. Badiali’s vast geology knowledge and experienced in what natural resource stocks will rise comes from his personal experience in going to mining sites for himself. He talks to drilling crews and managers about geologic data and prospects to get a sense of how healthy a company is and its potential in the market place.
Badiali states that the best way to make sure that an investment is safe is to see it for yourself. This is why his clients includes private financiers, leading geologists and natural-resource analysts, and billionaire hedge-fund managers.
Matt Badiali is a noted speaker at natural resource conferences, symposiums, and seminars around the world. He enjoys talking with resource giants like oil magnate T. Boone Pickens, Ross Beaty (silver mining magnate), and his mentor Rick Rule the CEO of Sprott U.S Holdings, a leading natural resource investment management firm.
The fact is, fundamentals appear to be moving back toward balance in the oil industry. That’s in spite of the fact that…
In the past, there were so many issues with New Brunswick. Not only did the city have a lot of crime but it also had a lot of violent crime which caused problems for families who wanted to live there. Sam Boraie lived there, but he didn’t think the city was that bad. He didn’t feel a need to move, but he could understand why other people wanted to move while they were living there. He just wanted a city where people could feel safe and happy with what they were doing. In addition to that, Omar Boraie felt it was something people would need to help change if they wanted it to happen.
When Omar Boraie realized there needed to be change and people needed to make it, he immediately recognized who would have to make that change. He knew he was the perfect person for the job. He had experience working for his own company, Boraie Development. He knew that he could make the changes as a developer that would make New Brunswick the perfect community for families and working people. He wanted to make it something that would be the best option possible for everyone who lived in the city.
According to centraljerseyworkingmoms.com, the first thing Omar Boraie was purchase buildings that were on a block. It took some time for him to collect them all, but he then owned his own little chunk of New Brunswick. Then, he tore them down. He knew he would have to make sure things were going the right way so he chose to tear them down to make things easier for people who wanted to live there. He knew there would be a lot of things that would make the business better or worse. He also knew his company could suffer if he didn’t do things the right way.
Omar Boraie was actually able to do everything the right way. He knew he would need to make changes but he also knew he would need to continue pushing to make the city the best it could be. For Omar Boraie to do this, he had to continue trying and making New Brunswick better. The Philly Purge is evidence it paid off. Now, the publication on Rutgers Magazine is talking about all the changes to New Brunswick. They are praising Omar Boraie for the work he did on the sellout development in the city that made everything better.
Nathaniel Ru, the co-CEO of Sweetgreen is changing the way fast food restaurants operate. From the beginning of its establishment, the goal of the salad chain has been to feed people better food.
While Sweetgreen is providing healthier food options in the fast food industry, Nathanial Ru is also changing how fast food restaurants typically operate. Instead of waiting in line to order 30% of purchases are processed through Sweetgreen’s website and mobile app allowing for greater productivity.
As a co-CEO partnered with his friends Jonathan Neman and Nicolas Jammet, Nathaniel Ru is seeking to grow Sweetgreen to a national level. Nathaniel Ru and his partners believe in relating to their customers. Throughout the year, the Sweetgreen corporate office closes five times. Corporate office workers in Los Angeles exchange their desk jobs for working in Sweetgreen restaurants.
Since the 2007 opening of Sweetgreen in Washington, DC Nathaniel Ru thrives as a young entrepreneur. The healthy fast food chain continually expands with 40 restaurants so far in California and New York. While attending Georgetown University, Nathaniel Ru understood the need for healthier food options.
From his passion for healthy food came his partnership with two friends to start the eco-friendly company Sweetgreen. To begin his dream of business ownership Nathaniel Ru raised $350,000 to open the first Sweetgreen restaurant. The company now partners with over 250 farms to increase Sweetgreen to 100 locations across the nation by next year.
Nathaniel Ru graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance in 2007. Soon after graduation in 2010, Nathaniel Ru and his two partners created a music and food festival called sweetlife. Sweetlife has now grown to attract over 20,000 people.
The festival features top music artists and top chefs as well as food trucks and locally grown food. Nathaniel Ru’s creation of sweetlife, music and food festival serves the greater purpose of being environmentally friendly by leaving a carbon-neutral footprint.
As the current editor of the Alpha Stock Alert, The Bauman Letter, and the Plan B Club, Ted Bauman keeps investors informed on the methods they can use to invest and expand their financial wealth. Ted came on board with Banyan Hill Publishing four years ago at the same time that he joined the Sovereign Society, and his publications put an emphasis on asset protection and investment strategies. Along with his Father,former US congressman Robert Bauman, he co-authored the book, “Where To Stash Your Cash (Legally). Mr. Bauman has also written articles on the state of health care coverage in the United States, advice on donating to nonprofits, and the ways government collects information on individuals.
Ted is a winner of the Templeton Foundation investment competition, named after the late Sir John Templeton. This competition encourages innovation in investment and new ideas. In addition he has had work featured in South African press publications like Mail and Guardian, the Journal of Microfinance, Cape Argus, New Internationalist, and Cape Times. Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Mr. Bauman served as a consultant for clients like the government of South Africa and the United Nations, on issues relating to urban, housing, and financial planning. He also traveled to the Caribbean and Latin America when he served with Habitat for Humanity International as their Director of International Housing Programs. Mr. Bauman has written extensively on the lending and debt crisis in the United States and the existing inequality between wealth and income. In September of this year, he was a guest speaker at the Total Wealth Symposium which was held at the Diplomat Resort Hotel in Hollywood, Florida.
Ted Bauman emigrated to South Africa from the United States, having been born in Washington D.C. He received postgraduate degrees in Economics and History from the University of Cape Town. Over the next 25 years he spent the majority of his time working with low-cost housing projects as a fund manager. He helped to organize Slum Dwellers International which has worked in 35 countries, assisting over 14 million people. Ted returned to the United States from South Africa in 2008 and he and his family currently reside in Atlanta, Georgia.
Louis R. Chênevert, the renowned Canadian businessman, was born in Quebec. He was appointed the Chief Operating officer of UTC in March 2006. He joined Pratt& Whitney in 1999 where he worked as the president for six years. Previously, he spent 14 years at General Motors. He resigned as the CEO of United Technologies Corp in December 2004. Chenevert became the Business Council’s Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee in 2012. Three years later, he became an Exclusive Advisor at Goldman Sachs, which is a merchant banking division. That gave him an opportunity to venture into the aerospace industry.
Louis Chenevert attained his bachelor’s degree in Production Management from the University Of Montreal. In May 2011, Louis was honored with an honorary doctorate by HEC Montreal as well as being named as the Person of the Year by Aviation Week & Space Technology, an aviation magazine for his remarkable efforts in the aviation industry.
Under Louis Chenevert’s leadership, UTC was able to influence its stakeholders and shareholders in a manner that made it remain at the top. Nonetheless, the U.S. post-war period profoundly contributed to the fall of UTC’s GDP. It also affected big companies such as Baldwin Locomotives. A few companies UTC included were able to run through the tough times. There were strict regulations and stiff competition from foreign countries. United Technologies Corporation was able to generate a net worth of $63 billion. Another massive impact that Louis Chenevert made on UTC is that it remained on top in aerospace innovation and space building. Under his leadership, there were fair wages to all employees and strict compliance with the environmental policies.
In 2017 a landmark law was passed in Philadelphia that prohibited inquisition of candidate salary histories by employers. The city is the first to implement the law in the US. The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia challenged the constitutionality of the law. Comcast communications also voiced its opposition to the law citing that it would breach its First Amendment rights. As law expert Karl Heideck explains, some factors influenced the passing of the law.
According to the Society for Human Resource Management the legislation served to bridge the wage gap between females and males in Pennsylvania. Some of the stipulations in the rules forbid the use of independently obtained salary data without the consent of the candidate, directly inquiring salary history, using salary history as a mandate to gain employment and punishing candidates who do not disclose salaries. The rules apply to all parties and employers operating in Philadelphia. The proposed fines for violation is 2000 dollars for every instance.
The Eastern District of Pennsylvania decided the case filed by the Chamber of Commerce against the rule. The case signaled the possible hurdles that employee rights laws would face. At one point, the implementation process stagnated. In June 2017, the court dismissed the case because the complainant could not specify how the legislation would negatively impact businesses. The Chamber of Commerce failed to pinpoint the particular enterprises that would suffer because of the law. Either way, the court had given both sides a fair chance to argue their points. Even with the failure of this case, the likelihood that the law will face other challenges is unknown. Should the Chamber of Commerce file another appeal, it would have to prove that there are businesses that cannot operate without asking employee salaries.
Employers are likely to craft ways around the law to make it work for them. For instance, human resources can gather information on salaries online without the candidates’ knowledge. Nevertheless, some employers champion for equality and are willing to comply. Companies in the area have to reevaluate their hiring practices to incorporate the regulations.
I say this half-jokingly and I say this with some seriousness: I wish we could clone someone like Bob Reina. If the world had a lot more Bob Reina’s in it, it would be a much better place, overall. It would be a place filled with love, generosity, and kindness. It would be a place that a lot of people would enjoy living in that is for sure. Bob Reina is the CEO and founder of Talk Fusion, the video communications company that offers such state of the art features as video newsletters, video emails, video conferences, and video chats.
He started the company in 2007 and in an article; he talked about how his mission was to change lives. That blew me away, and I’m sure it has blown other people away as well. Now, this is not just someone looking to make a headline or get his or her name out there. Bob Reina is speaking from the only place he knows how to speak from and that is the heart. That is the fuel behind Talk Fusion and it is the fuel behind Bob Reina as a person. They are all heart. When a company is using its heart and its head, they are going to be in great shape for a very, very long time.
Bob Reina, at the moment, is offering 30-day free trials to customers out there that want to use Talk Fusion and see all of its perks. The perks are many because it gives people the keys to the castle, so to speak. They can run their own business, make money doing it, and have a lot more time on their hands. Of course, it will require some time, but when someone is doing something they love, time flies by and it does not really feel like the time is moving backwards as it does at other jobs for people out there. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/company/talk-fusion-corporate
Bob Reina is the person that is going to change people’s lives. It is why if more people had the same mentality as him, it would make the world a better place for everyone in it.
In a report issued by New Jersey Stage, the Boraie Development and the Provident Bank Foundation are merging to do the unbelievable, providing a free movie series for the residents of New Jersey. The partnership will allow the people to enjoy movies like Frozen, Me and Babe, E.T and Despicable. Kids and adults are welcome to have a family bonding session. The major goal of the project is to bring together families and friends by offering an entertainment session. The movies will be free of charge given the state of the partnership and the sponsors who decided to take up the cost. The films will offer a great meeting opportunity even for acquaintances. What is more, the venue holds a historical memory to most residents.
According to NJ Biz, State Theatre is a remarkable venue for this event. Built in 1921, the site offers a comfortable environment for viewing movies. It has become one of the best avenues for movie viewing. In the partnership is Boraie Development, a real estate firm. The company is proud to be part of the project with it being the sponsor. Being a family oriented business, the management was excited to announce that the project is one success story that goes into the books of charity for the company. The movie project will unite over 7,000 people, and this is an achievement according to Boraie Development. With such generosity, residents can arrive at the venue from the time set for the movies to begin. Boraie Development continued to explain that it was delighted to be part of the project.
According to Omar Boraie of the Boraie Development, the firm was excited to offer a plethora of services with a major focus on real estate development. From urban housing creation to management and marketing, the team is better placed to provide more services given the proper structure of the directorate. With the assistance of a strong financial institution like the Provident Bank Foundation, many projects can be handled. Boraie Development seeks to satisfy the real estate demands of clients. Since its establishment, the company has done a great job at finding the best designers, architectures, project managers, and team leaders. It all translates to providing the best the market has for its clients. What is more, with the leadership of the founding father, Mr. Omar Boraie, the company is set to succeed in future. Boraie Development continues to satisfy clients through excellent service delivery. Visit Central Jersey Working Moms for more info.
Dr. Mark Holterman is an M.D./Ph.D. professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine since 2011. Dr. Holterman got his bachelors degree in biology from Yale University, graduating cum laude before earning his Ph.D./M.D. He is also a pediatric surgeon at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as well as the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. As a doctor with 29 years of experience, his specialties are the following: Pediatric Surgery, and General Surgery (https://www.osfhealthcare.org/physicians/profile/2358/mark-j-holterman-md-phd/). Dr. Mark Holterman’s memberships include Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Loyola University Medical Center, and St. Alexius Medical Center. He has a board certification in pediatric surgery from the American Board of Surgery. His clinical interests include anorectal malformation, chronic abdominal pain, and airway issues.
His professional memberships include the American Diabetes Association, American Association of Clinical Anatomy, and the Association of Academic Surgeons. More memberships include the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies and the Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons. His prior educational background was the University of Virginia (Charlottesville) (Twitter). Dr. Mark Holterman’s internship was at the University of Virginia from 1988-1989. His residency at the University of Virginia was from 1989-1993. His fellowship was pediatric surgery, 1993-1995. Awards he has received include Top Doctors in the Nation, (Castle-Connelly). Other awards include the National Merit Scholar, Yale University, Medical Scientist Training Program, National Institutes of Health, Innovative Research Award, and American Diabetes Association. Professional interests also include regenerative medicine and stem cell therapies as well as obesity and new cancer treatments.
A pediatric surgeon is qualified to perform surgery on young patients including fetuses, or infants, children, adolescents, and teenagers. Surgical specialists have additional training in a specific area of surgery. Conditions that require the need for pediatric surgery are the following: congenital malformations such as cleft palate and lip, abdominal wall defects like hernias, deformities of the chest wall, childhood tumors such as neuroblastomas, and separation of conjoined twins.
Glen Wakeman is a successful entrepreneur and mentor who also happens to be the CEO and co-founder of LaunchPad Holdings Inc. His outside-of-the-box thinking and curiosity has enabled him to not only create success wherever he goes but also to teach others how to have the same kind of results. Early in his life, he attended the University of Scranton and earned a BS in economics and finance. After this he worked to complete his MBA in finance at the University of Chicago. He took what he learned with him to one of his first jobs, which was at GE Capital.
Glen Wakeman Is The Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneur
Glen Wakeman has not only worked his way up in more than one company, but he has also founded more than one himself. His expertise in starting up successful companies eventually got him to thinking about how he could help other people do the same. That’s why he started LaunchPad Holdings Inc., and it is with LaunchPad that Glen has channeled his creative energy in order to come up with solutions for startups, M&As, new market entries, and more. Many entrepreneurs who are at the beginning of their journey have benefited from the advice and guidance that Glen Wakeman and his software platform offers, and his 5 key performance methodology, which includes focusing on risk management, leadership, human capital, governance, and execution, has helped countless young business hopefuls to move forward.
Glen Wakeman Is An Inspiring Blogger
Glen is so many different things to so many different people, but most people who know him know that he is an excellent writer. On his blog you will find an assortment of inspirational and educational articles including topics like thinking outside of the box, how to use social media in today’s world to truly listen to your customer’s needs and wants, and how important it is to listen to the data that you gather when conducting your business.
Glen Wakeman calls Miami, Florida his home, and entrepreneurs, all over the world, would be wise to have a listen to some of what this successful man has to say.