Phillipines native Bernardo Chua is a coffee enthusiast and global businessman. Hailed as the most successful business man in the Pacific Rim, Chua has won numerous awards. Among these is a five time awarding of the “Direct Sales Company of the Year”. As a leading successor with numerous companies, he set out to create OrganoGold and it has been a global hit.
The idea for OrganoGold was sparked in 2008, when Chua saw a need to introduce to the Western world what is known as ganoderma lucidum, a mushroom grown worldwide. He successfully incorporated this mushroom into coffees and teas and it has become a huge hit. With its headquarters based in British Columbia, Chua stated on Twitter he wanted to show more countries what they are missing out on.
OrganoGold has expanded their market to currently include nine different coffee and tea related drinks. Among these are traditional black coffee, green tea, and hot chocolate, all boasting the health benefits offered with ganoderma. The company didn’t stop there, though. They have expanded their business even further with ganoderma spore powder capsules, mycelium, and ganoderma lucidum capsules. All of these nutrition supplements can assist health oriented consumers achieve their personal health goals.
The company also offers career opportunities for those wanting to get into the sales field. Hopeful candidates can become OrganoGold distributers and those who perform to high standards can even be awarded with a Mercedes, Lamborghini, or Ferrari. Also offered in the incentives are luxury vacation packages.
It is no surprise that OrganoGold has become such a global hit, offered in 44 countries and 6 continents and generating a revenue of 215 million dollars in 2013. With amazing career opportunities, a business savvy founder, and an outstanding product line OrganoGold was designed for success. With how fast the company has grown, it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon and consumers can only expect for the company to continue growing and expanding. Follow Bernardo through Facebook for more.
Bloomberg Business recently reported that Argentina will be rejoining the global investment market. They will be releasing their nearly 12 billion dollars of debt onto the market. One company that will be buying up quite a bit of that debt is Highland Capital Management. Highland Capital is very excited about these new securities because securities from Argentina, at least for the past 2 years, have been providing returns of around 20 percent.
Argentina’s new president is attempting to do this in order to regain some economic stability after the previous president’s poor policies. The main surprise has been the amount of investors who are saying that they would like to reinvest in Argentina. It was expected that as soon as many were paid out, they would take the money and go to other markets. However, the returns from other emerging markets are nothing compared to what investors are able to see in Argentina.
The debt is expected to be released into the New York market in April after Judge Thomas Griesa lifts the ban that has been on the country since 2001. It was 15 years ago that the country defaulted on 95 billion dollars
James Dondero and his firm, Highland Capital, having been investing in emerging markets for years now. Jim Dondero was actually one of the pioneers of creating collateralized loan obligation markets and the same for collateralized debt obligations. Jim knew that when he started his firm, he needed to do something that would create a niche market for the firm and its investors. So they combined this type of investing with creating credit oriented solutions for investors in all different parts of the globe. Now Highland Capital provides every service from CLOs and private equity funds to mutual funds and hedge funds. They also provide ETFs, REITs and institutional separate accounts.
Over the years James has worked for different companies and then went out and started his own with Highland Capital. He has earned certification as a Certified Management Accountant, Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Public Accountant.
For those who would like to read the full version of the article, they can find it here: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-03-08/argentina-luring-highland-shows-distressed-bond-buyers-to-stay