In an Article published on CNBC.com, Timothy Armor writes about how Warren Buffet is opposed to the short term investing mindset. We all know Warren Buffet as the legendary investor who has pledged billions of dollars to charity. He has recently made a bet of $1 million against a team of hotshot young investors.
He wants to teach them a lesson by showing them he can beat their hedge funds through using the passive index of the S&P 500. Buffet has long been a proponent of the idea that investments should be held onto for many years. Those who use this strategy benefit more over the long term. It is also very smart to save money for retirement according to Warren Buffet. Get your money in the market, and keep your money in the market if you want to live comfortably when you are older. They don’t call him an investing oracle for nothing.
Timothy Armor is betting that the hotshot young investors have bitten off more than they can chew in this case and that Buffet will soundly thrash them in the indexes. Still, the $1 million wager is not a big deal to a man who possesses billions.
Tim is no lightweight in the world of investing either. He has worked for 34 years as a financial analyst. He began his career in The Associates Program at Capital Group. Now, he is the head of the company, holding the position of Chief Executive Officer. He also holds positions on the board of directors for the company. Tim has made service companies and telecom companies his specialty. He studied economics and got a degree from Middlebury College. He is a native of the city of Los Angeles and seems to really enjoy life there.
From the start of his career, Tim was recognized as someone with great potential. and he continues to distinguish himself at Capital Group.
Learn more about Timothy Armour: http://www.pionline.com/article/20151014/ONLINE/151019956/capital-group-samsung-asset-management-form-strategic-partnership-in-korea
Lori Senecal is a person who has made her mark in the advertising industry. As the global CEO of Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Lori’s efforts to make Crispin Porter + Bogusky a success have been showcased umpteen number of times. As of right now, she holds the position of the power for the advertising company.
Lori Senecal has done more for the Crispin Porter + Bogusky than anyone could imagine. She has managed to take the company to new heights and has managed to establish the name of Crispin Porter + Bogusky as an international advertising agency that is capable of creating quality advertisements which are of an international standard, keeping in mind the local advertising trends.
Lori has immense knowledge in the field of publicity. Since becoming CEO, she has managed to lead Crispin Porter + Bogusky in a direction that is extremely favorable to their growth. At Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Lori is tasked with overlooking all the operations of the company. Combining her love for advertising and skills in management, Lori has made a brilliant leader, one with the advertising world much needed.
Lori has been recognized by numerous organization for her exceptional leadership skills and has gone on to win numerous awards for her excellence in the field of advertising. She was awarded the ‘Creativity Innovators of the Year’ award for her work in the area of publicity. In 2016, Lori was given the title of the ‘Executive to watch’, a title given to only four people each year. It’s no doubt that Lori’s efforts have led Crispin Porter + Bogusky in a direction designed to make them one of the top advertising agencies in the country.
Lori has always been someone who seeks ways to break out of the ordinary and be her person, all while achieving her goals. Lori received a degree in business from McGill University in Montreal before she decided to venture out into the world of advertising.
Lori has had some her articles and works published in numerous newspapers like the NY Times, magazines and websites. One of her more well-known pieces would have to be ‘Clueless Or Subtly Strategic? What Brands Can Learn From Wayward Celebrities’. This is one article that people in advertising saw as a revolutionary means of branding a product. In the article, Lori talks about how brands must adopt the same publicity techniques that celebrities use, to create maximum recall among customers.
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