Fascists Fail to Falter Soros

George Soros is the ultimate embodiment of a maverick. Hailing from humble origins in historic Budapest, Hungary; Soros survived the horrors of the holocaust and now thrives as one of the world’s elite financiers. Torn between the differing mantas of his church elders and his natural father, Soros was already held accountable at age 13 with critical messages to deliver. There is not a shadow of doubt that resilience through the bloodshed of the unpredictable Hungarian summer of 1944 molded the man, eventually blessing him with faith, determination, and utmost self-discipline.

Essentially, George Soros Ukraine followed the conditions of the American dream to the letter, rising against the worst of odds to seize his opportunities. Soros even made the majority of his wealth through savvy trading on the free market! He didn’t stop there, Soros subsequently used a percentage of this wealth to combat the oppressive veil of Communism in Eastern Europe.

However, vice always seems to find its way to oppose virtue.

George Soros was the recent subject of a 3 hour long program directed by Glenn Beck, a demagogue of Fox News. In his logically incoherent three hour rant, Beck vividly expresses the grandiose delusions of his imagination, making his best attempt to paint George Soros as an evil mastermind bent on world domination. Beck makes musings worthy of an amateur James Bond screenplay, he does so purposely, subtly sowing the seeds of hate in his misguided but well-meaning (and quite large) audience.

Read more:
George Soros – The New York Times

George Soros | Open Society Foundations (OSF)

It is incredibly strange to see a news station like Fox, which seemingly prides itself in its unfaltering patriotism when given any chance, sponsor public slander against a man whose life is perfectly in line with American ideals of success. Glenn Beck was certainly excited to refer to the money that Soros put into peaceful revolutions in Eastern Europe before the fall of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics. However, he failed to mention the Soviet Union, USSR, Communism, or any tie to Russia in the nations that Soros helped reform.

When George Soros sponsored peaceful groups in countries that were heavily oppressed, he simply acted to facilitate democracy. Soros was not only noble in intent, his actions proved fruitful, and the Soviet Union, the world’s greatest threat to democracy and American values soon crumbled. Soros knows first-hand what it is like to lose freedom, having his taken by the hands Nazi Germany. Thus, he truly cares about the common citizen and the necessary protection and civil rights that the government owes them.

Against all plausible evidence, logic, and reality, Fox News would have you believe that George Soros is the single greatest threat to the American way of life. Fox will throw shade his way with accusations of a latent agenda to his manifested social activism knowing that their audience doesn’t realize what shade is. Ironically, Fox News carries a hidden agenda and is a far greater threat to the American way of life than George Soros will ever be.

Learn more about George Soros:

http://www.investopedia.com/university/greatest/georgesoros.asp

http://www.forbes.com/profile/george-soros/

Squaw Valley CEO Interviewed By Madeleine Brand On KCRW Radio

Andy Wirth is the man to talk to when it comes to the business side to Ski Resorts and the issues they have had to face in the extreme drought that has hit California.

Hi involvement with Squaw Valley has been since 2010 when he took over the business led by the Cushing family. Over the last 4 years the area has suffered from drought as well as the threat of incorporation.

Andy Wirth shares some insight into the current issues as well as a run down of what him and his team are doing to allow them to still remain profitable.

The radio station is KCRW on the Press Play with Madelaine Brand show where Andy Wirth answers questions about the recent winter they have had in Squaw Valley. Read more: How Will the Drought Affect California Ski Resorts?

The winter has indeed bin very tough with the phenomenon known as the ridiculously resilient ridge.

This phenomenon has prevented low pressure systems from entering the mountains and providing the area with the snow they so desperately need. This resulted in the number of skier visits being down a total of 20 percent over recent years.

Even though the drop of visitors was noticeable, Andy Wirth ensures that his business could survive a number of these types of scenarios in the years to come as his business’s capital structure remained solid and profits were still made even though this was not even close to the profits turned in an average snow year.

Andy Wirth goes on to say that he knows that this is no where near the type of profitability they can achieve. The volatility of the weather just means that they have to take advantage of the opportunities presented in that case.

Squaw Valley presents its customers and visitors with 6000 acres of snow landscape and due to the drought only 4000 of those 6000 acres was covered in snow. This however still provides for more than adequate amount of skiing real estate.

Good times will still be had and this is the perspective not only of Andy Wirth but other skiing resorts throughout the country such as Mammoth in the south. Read more: Update on CEO Andy Wirth and his letter

Science has also dded to the ability of the resort to move snow to favorible locations and the process of making snow is also capitalized upon.

Andy Wirth has been apart of the community for several years and apart from his CEO job finds himself taking part in a lot of civic and business ventures in order to make the quality of lives in the Olympic Valley better.

Andy Wirth is also involved in philanthropic ventures to greatly improve both environmental and community services

Learn more about Andy Wirth:

https://www.crowdrise.com/wwsupport
https://about.me/andywirth

A Little Look Behind What Makes Skout Tick

 

Since 2007 Skout has been in the business of making human connections. This app is for people who want to branch out and meet new people, whether it’s for friendship, business, or romance, is up to them. It’s fast and easy to use. Skout is dedicated to its users having a fun experience. Skout is used internationally in over 100 countries, so all users can meet anyone from anywhere. Now that does sound fun.

Skout is free to join and has some interesting features for their user’s enjoyment. If you’re at least 13 years old, then you’re set to go. Want to meet people from a different country? Use the feature Skout Travel, which allows you to virtually visit and talk to people from other countries for 24 hours. Want to know who’s interested in you? Well then find out using the “Who Checked Me Out” feature. Oh and want to know who’s interesting? If you see a chili pepper on their picture,it’s a pretty good indicator right there.

Such a great app like this doesn’t just spring up out of nowhere. There is a lot of people behind the scenes making sure that everything is in working order. An article in the Huffington Post gave us a little look behind the curtain through Skout CFO, Portia Kersten. She has a bit of info as to her role in the company and what it takes to succeed.

Growing up reading constantly, Kersten had her choice of heroes who were able to defeat the odds and come out on top. She stated that her namesake, Portia, a Shakespeare character was another example of a good role model. Using this to bolster her will to succeed was easy and necessary since the sheer amount of work necessary can be daunting without efficiency and dedication. She had a hand in various start-up companies as CFO. From the beginning of her work career until now, each experience has just been another layer built up to contribute to each new company. Now that Kersten is with Skout, all of that experience will make keeping Skout successful a breeze.

Get the app at http://download.cnet.com/Skout/3000-12941_4-75619529.html

Kyle Bass’ Floundering Career

There have been two parts to the career of Kyle Bass. In the first part of his career, he was well respected as an investment expert. Investors around the world looked to him for advice on how to invest. He made appearances on television, and people tuned in closely to what he had to say. In the second part of his career, he has been consistently ruining his reputation in a variety of different ways. He has been saying things about the economy that don’t come true. He has spread word of these inaccurate forecasts on television stations all the time, but it’s not anywhere near as profitable for him as earlier in his career. Furthermore, he has been engaged in business practices that completely violate all ethical standards. In fact, his dubious practices have resulted in people dying, due to having no access to medical care.

Kyle Bass founded an organization, called Coalition For Affordable Drugs. However, this name that he chose couldn’t be any more deceptive. In effect, this organization ends up blocking access to drugs entirely for many people. This occurs, because the organization has a way of frequently refusing to patent manufacturers of medicines, for no good reason. When his organization does this, very large numbers of people can’t take their meds. Kyle Bass himself doesn’t deny that this organization is actually set up for his own personal profits, and he has directly admitted this. After the patents are denied, not only do people have no access to the treatments, but the drug companies find themselves struggling. Due to their financial struggles, their stocks are worth less money. Kyle Bass uses the low points in the stock prices to his advantage, and he buys large amounts of stock. Ultimately, the companies recover from the blow he has dealt them. When they do, he begins to profit.

Interestingly, there are a number of different connections Kyle Bass has that would surprise you. Kyle Bass resides in the United States, and he has resided in the United States his entire life. There are no documented reasons why he would have any interest whatsoever in Argentina’s politics. However, he has strong alignments with some of the country’s worst political leaders.

Laidlaw Principles, Mathew Eitner and James Ahern Sued by Relmada Therapeutics

 

A clinical company that develops novel therapies for treating chronic pain moved to court to file a case against Laidlaw & Company. According to Relmada representatives, the move was inspired by the need to amend the previous complaint already filed in the US district court of Nevada. Apparently, the two parties have been in disagreement since 2015 following accusations of incompetence directed to Laidlaw & Company.
According to the complaints that were filed with the Securities Exchange Commission, Relmada Therapeutics blamed Laidlaw leadership for failing to honor their agreement on a non-deal roadshow meant to expand the company’s business prospects. In that accusation, Relmada blames Laidlaw for poor performance and the potential leak of information through private investors.
Laidlaw & Company is a private limited company that offers investment services to various clients across the globe and has principal offices in the United Kingdom and the United States. The company serves millions of customers in both countries making it one of the largest investment companies in the region.
Apart from offering investment advice to its client, Laidlaw also operates mezzanine capital and provides wealth management services.
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Coriant Announces Shaygan Kheradpir as New CEO

According to an article posted on BCexploration.com, Coriant has announced that they have named Shaygan Kheradpir as the new Chief Executive Officer for the giant telecommunications company. He is taking the reigns from Pat DiPietro, who is returning to Martin Equity Partners in his former position as an operating partner. It will now be Shaygan’s responsibility to increase the company’s equipment sales for international clients as well as help the company to grow in the global market.

Shaygan is joining Coriant with nearly 30 years of experience working as an executive in the telecommunications, financial services, and technological industries. Shaygan is a graduate of Cornell University where he earned his earned three degrees in electrical engineering- his bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD degrees. In addition to earning his degrees, he also served on the Cornell University Engineering Council.

While there, he helped to build core systems that were based on the most up-to-date computer science and improve costs for the company. From GTE, he moved on to serve as a member of the executive team for the cellular giant Verizon. At Verizon he helped create innovative developments such as the Verizon’s FiOS FTTH service. After leaving Verizon, Shaygan was appointed as the Chief Operations and Technology Officer at the multinational banking company Barclays. At Barclays he played a huge role in helping the company develop as a global financial service that operates in over 50 countries around the world.

Shaygan is now looking forward with his new opportunities to help Coriant grow and develop around the world. The company currently has over 500 customers around the world but Shaygan’s diverse and skilled professional background will help see that number grow while he is with the company.

To discover more about Shaygan Kheradpir, visit www.shaygankheradpir.com.

I Am Making An Income At Laidlaw And Company Through My Investments

 

I am making a steady income at Laidlaw and Company because they have provided me with something that other firms cannot give me. They are a great place for me to put my money, and I came in the first day asking my broker how I could get a dividend from my investments every month. Investing for an income is more difficult, but my broker has been great this whole time.

I found out from my broker at Laidlaw and Company that I could invest in a business, and I also had a chance to get wealth management services. I put a lot of money into an account at Laidlaw and Company, and made sure that I would have enough money in there to produce a decent monthly income. My broker at Laidlaw and Company was able to show me how to invest in capital markets, and all the rest of my money is on the stock market.

The wealth management services are helping me save even more money for the future, and it is like a special way to invest in retirement. I really am ready to retire soon, but I also have money coming in every month that helps me supplement my income. I might be able to retire early using this money, and then I can live on my investments while saving at the same time. I have always wanted to be an investment savvy person, and I am so glad that I have been able to come to Laidlaw and Company for help. I have gotten to know Matthew Eitner really well, and now he is like a part of the family. I can call him when I want, and he fills me in any time he thinks he has found something that will work for me.

Goettl Air Conditioning Sponsors Veteran Education

Ken Goodrich, the owner of air conditioning company Goettl Air Conditioning is proud to announce that his company will begin to sponsor a veteran’s scholarship at South Nevada College. Mr. Goodrich is an alumni at the university and studied heating ventilation and air technology at the university. He is also a veteran himself, having served for many years in the US navy as a cook. Upon returning from the navy, Goodrich attended Southern Nevada College and eventually worked his way up to owning his very own Goettl air conditioning company.

The scholarship offered by Goettl Air conditioning is not a traditional scholarship that covers college expenses. Rather, one lucky veteran who graduates from Southern Nevada College will get a $1000 grant that can be used to purchase HVAC tools needed for work. This will help spearhead the graduate’s transition into the workforce.

Goettl Air Conditioning is a full service HVAC company. The firm was founded in 1939 by two pioneering brothers who saw the future of air conditioning in the sunny and hot southwest region of the United States. Commitment to excellence and expertise in the latest HVAC technology was a cornerstone of Goettl Air Conditioning when it was founded in the 1930’s and it remains till this day.

Since being taken over by current owner Ken Goodrich, Goettl Air Conditioning has seen a rapid expansion in cities and states served. Mr. Goodrich has expanded the HVAC company into Nevada with a presence in the Las Vegas area. He has also helped to expand the service area outside its founding location in Phoenix, Arizona. Goettl Air Conditioning now services many cities and towns in and around Maricopa County, Arizona as well as the city of Tucson, Arizona. Besides repairing and installing HVAC equipment such as air conditioners and furnaces, Goettl now also offers air duct cleaning.

http://www.achrnews.com/articles/127042-goettl-building-off-rock-solid-foundation

I Learned So Much About The Capital Markets From Laidlaw & Company

I went to Laidlaw and Company to do some investing, but I had such a good broker (James Ahern Laidlaw) that I got into the capital markets in a way that I never thought I would have. I was so surprised to see what I could earn on the capital markets that I got really excited the first time he told me about it.

I got into the capital markets because Matthew Eitner told me that I might do pretty well when I got there. He showed me how I was going to be able to put just some money in the capital markets to make more cash overall, and he kept my up to date so that I knew what was going on. He was giving me a chance to make a lot of money, and I was really glad that he kept helping me learn what I needed to do. He told me how much I should be investing in the capital markets, but he kept my options open to other things.

I was also happy to learn that I could do other things at Laidlaw & Company if I wanted to. I had a chance to get all the investments done that I ever wanted to do, and I could start and stop them any time I wanted. My broker let me make all my decisions, and I once decided that I needed to start with wealth management. I am trying to make money, and it feels good to know that my broker is on my side instead of just looking for his commission.

Read more about them here:

http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303643304579107442831410708

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-federal-court-issues-temporary-restraining-order-against-laidlaw–company-and-its-principals-matthew-eitner-and-james-ahern-300191785.html

Increasing Autism Awareness Through Autism Rocks: Sanjay Shah

Sanjay Shah is the CEO and founder of the highly successful Solo Capital. Solo Capital is a financial services based out of London. Solo has a net worth of 15.45 million EU and has been so successful that Shah, the founder, considers himself retired. His retirement has allowed him to devote his time to Autism Rocks, an organization he started to help raise money and awareness for autism.

Autism Rocks was started in 2014 and inspired by Shah’s own personal life. His son has been diagnosed with autism. In a recent interview, he discussed his foundation and his advice for those starting their own business. His advice was to never think you can do it on your own and make sure you have enough money to start. Two pieces of sound advice for anyone starting their own business. This global leader in business and finance has made very strategic moves that have paid off.

Solo Capital offers a variety of services to help increase the capital and profit of any private or publicly owned business. These services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each company they service.

Shah has been so profitable that he was able to retire early and focus on his charitable organizations and works, like Autism Rocks. Autism Rocks holds invitation only concerts and charitable events to help raise funding and awareness for autism research. This concert has drawn such high profile celebs like Michael Buble, Prince, and Drake. This year Flo Rida and Tyga are billed to appear.

 

Find out more about Solo Capital:

http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/business/Finance/article849141.ece

https://www.endole.co.uk/company/06790656/solo-capital-limited