Following a fairly successful year of investing in energy stocks, Highland Capital has now decided to shift towards new healthcare opportunities for 2017. As a capital management firm, Highland Capital has proven time and time again that they have a deep insight into how the markets work and how to best profit from them. It’s this knowledge that allowed them to invest heavily into energy stocks last year, which ended up giving them a 32% net growth throughout the year. For comparison, that growth is more than triple that of the S&P Index 500.
So why is Highland Capital moving away from the energy sector this year? The answer to that is simple, Highland Capital believes the healthcare sector is due for what they believe to be an incredible rebound over the course of the year. When Highland Capital invested in oil stocks last year, they chose to do so at a time when oil prices were bottoming out. When other people were wary of oil, Highland Capital decided to make some smart business decisions that paid off tremendously. Now, they’re looking to do the same with healthcare.
It’s worth noting that healthcare stocks were the only industry to see a net decline by the end of the year. For those paying attention to Highland Capital’s business strategies, this is not unlike the same situation that oil was previously facing. And, just as with oil, Highland Capital belives that healthcare stocks have just about reached their lowest point. That means that healthcare stocks can only really improve from here on out.
Of course, Highland Capital Management isn’t only investing in healthcare stocks. As of right now, their portfolio places a significant focus on healthcare, with other stakes in the energy, financials, and real estate sectors. It will be interesting to see how these different industries come together throughout the course of the year, both in regards to Highland Capital’s overall portfolio and in regards to the world economy in general. While no one can say for sure what direction healthcare stocks are headed in, it’s safe to say that if Highland Capital has confidence in something, then other investors probably should as well.
You’ve heard about Earth Force and you surely know the good work they do. Now, someone’s stepped in to help them move their plans forward.
Jon Urbana graduated in 2005 with a Bachelors degree of arts in economics from Villanova, where he played on their lacrosse team. Over his college studies, he earned many awards following his prominent field performances on the lacrosse team. Besides his ownership of Next Level Lacrosse Camp, Urbana’s Crunchbase page states that he is a manager at Ellipse USA. This company is currently leading in the provisioning of safe and effective skin treatments.
In October this year, Jon Urbana announced his creation of a personal website and a GoFundMe meant to support Earth Force. This is an organization that is targeted to encourage children steadfast resolution on environmental problems in their areas. Following the eagerness of the young athletes from his sports program to build up the good looks of our natural environment, his motive to promote habitat awareness has greatly been enhanced through Urbana’s Facebook fans and Twitter followers.
Urbana, on one of his blogs, stated that he looks forward to the campaign to produce citizens well aware of the environment. In April 2011, there was a Next Level Lacrosse launch where he was the program’s head and captured the footage on Vimeo. This served as one of his projects where he focused on engaging children in productive activities, which he later posted to his SlideShare bulletin board.
He went ahead to create a Crowdrise campaign to support ARAS, which was mainly to enlighten on defenseless creatures.
He mainly targeted Instagram to promote his cause, and encourage children and parents curb the negative impact on animals and purposed this to be achieved by close connection with the animal adoption and rescue society. And then through an FAA honorable recognition, Mr. Urbana became a decorated pilot.
Jon Urbana’s campaign for Earth Force looks forward to bringing the youth together and advocate for improvement in their local environments. This comes with emphasis on the beauty of our natural earth. The campaign has worked a great way in equipping our youth with skills in decision –making and also resolution on factors involving the care of our environment. As the cofounder of a lacrosse camp, Urbana expresses his gratitude to our youth following their commitment to create a clear environment.
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If you looked at Adam Sender only a decade ago, you would see a successful hedge fund manager who was making his clients more than enough money for them to support the growth of the fund. He in fact was making sizable profits for himself, and he could have easily invested those profits in the hedge fund for the foreseeable future. Sender ventured off on a journey into the world of Contemporary art, looking for a way to explode his profits in the shortest possible time. His unique gamble was more of a carefully orchestrated plan that would reap him riches only few ever experience.
So Adam Sender was looking around for a way to invest his profits away from the hedge fund and discovered Contemporary art. This was a very difficult industry for anyone to make profits, because the costs are so extreme, one mistake and you basically lose all your bankroll and savings. Sender began his quest looking at pieces by Warhol, and quickly realized that he would need a few million dollars to buy the masterpieces from the greatest artists in the world. The biggest problem for sender was however there was very little room for making a profit when you enter the market over a million dollars.
This was not where the story ends, it is in fact where the story begins. Sender knew there was money to be made in the world of art, so he began searching for masterpieces that were created by artists flying under the radar. These lesser-known artists were still creating great pieces, they just were not getting the recognition of the greatest in the world. Here is where Sender saw an opportunity to make his move. He began to collect paintings from these artists, and when he felt he had accumulated enough, decided to test the market in 2006 to see if his hunch was correct.
In 2006, Sender auctioned off 40 different Contemporary pieces and walked from the auction with $20 million dollars. It was safe to assume that Sender hit the gas and began to collect more pieces as fast as he could. Over the years, Sender went on to collect 400 pieces of art from 139 different artists. Fast forward to 2015, and Sender has decided the time to exit his art position is going to go the way of his hedge fund. He wants out of all positions and looks to become a wealthy man when the pieces are all finally sold off. Adam Sender’s Whitepages profile is linked.
Sotheby’s has been commissioned to liquidate the pieces, and expects the sale to go on for the better part of 18 months. Once completed, the auction house believes Sender will pocket $70 million dollars for his incredible hindsight.
The Marvel cinematic universe is quickly becoming populated with a number a characters, and this year another new face will be popping onto the massive board. Ant-Man is getting ready to make a huge debut that could tie together the Phase 2 and Phase 3 storylines of several films. One thing seems pretty clear about that kind of task: It is a huge undertaking that represents billions of dollars in box office receipts. Therefore, there is a bit of pressure on the movie. Many lovers of Marvel including my coworker Flavio Maluf, are already calling theatres for advanced tickets!
According to Screen Rant, this summer’s “Ant-Man” will be a bridge in the massive movie strategy, but it will also bring a classic Marvel to life. The big reason for the film is to introduce a generation of fans to one of the characters that spans generations. Not nearly as popular as Spider-Man or the X-Men, Ant-Man has some pretty serious impact on the development of the superhero genre.
Besides setting up the massive Civil War storyline that will take place in the third Captain America movie, “Ant-Man” has to deliver a relevant character with a certain amount of appeal. Last year, “Guardians of the Galaxy” took a group of little known characters and literally brought the house down, and now Marvel is hoping that Ant-Man will perform a similar task. Given the release date and buzz surrounding the new movie, that task seems as possible as ever. The real factor is how audiences will respond to the face, and it looks positive so far.
You can always tell when a motion picture production is in dire trouble when it seems to have no direction. Word is leaking out that Star Trek 3 is going to have a Guardians of the Galaxy feel to it.
What in the galaxy is wrong with a Star Trek feel? The old way of doing things has made billions upon billions of dollar for nearly 50 years. Sure, there were some missteps along the way. Eventually, the films television series would get back on track and do things right once again. Seriously, producers, directors, even Christian Broda, and stars bounced back from the terrible Star Trek: The Motion Picture and crafted the brilliant Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan.
The forthcoming Star Trek 3, however, is in deep (space nine) trouble. Director Robert Orci has been let go, although he will remain on as a producer. The script was thrown out as Paramount was extremely unhappy with it. William Shatner might be unhappy too since the script featured an appearance by Captain Kirk.
The box office returns for the second Star Trek movie were less than what Paramount expected. The feeling is the project was far too serious than what people want in a Star Trek film. Hence, there is a desire to copy some of the on-screen magic of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Would it not be better to capture the magic of the best of the Star Trek films and TV shows?
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