Brazil is well known for its diverse music scene from samba to pagode. In the 80s however, rock music was the genre of the decade that saw a good number of rock bands come up. One such band is Viper which attained stardom far and wide thanks to its talented drummer Cassio Audi.
History of Viper
Viper was made up of Cassio Audi the drummer, Andre Matos the lead singer, and guitarists: Felipe Machado, brothers Yves Passarell and Pit Passarell. They played different genres of rock which included alternative rock, heavy rock, thrash rock, and metal rock. At the time of the band’s formation in 1985, they were all about 15 years old and lived in Sao Paulo.Viper dropped their first demo The Killera Sword in 1985 followed by their first album Soldiers of Sunrise in 1987. This album catapulted them into international fame with tours in not only Brazil but also countries in Asia and Europe. They also got featured in rock magazines like Kerrang, Metal Forces and Metal Hammer. Cassio left the group in 1989 to focus on financial career.
About Cassio Audi
Cassio graduated from Pontifical Catholic University with a degree in Business Administration in 1994 and went ahead to pursue an MBA from the University of Sao Paulo. His career kicked off at JP Morgan Chase as a trader and stock and fixed income analyst in 1992. He worked there till 1996 when he moved to Dow Chemical, a US chemical and plastics company, as a Senior Financial Analyst. Seeking more significant challenges, Cassio joined Gilette (Proctor & Gamble) becoming the Chief Financial Officer from 1997 to 2006. In 2006 he became CFO of a private equity corporation, Brookfield Asset Management. During his tenure here, he led about 16 significant acquisitions, and in 2007 he coordinated the greatest real estate mergers and acquisitions approaching an estimated $1 billion. With these accomplishments in hand, Audi became the Investor Relations Officer and also CFO of Rossi Residential until 2013 when he resigned.
While the young generation may only know of Cassio Audi, the finance mogul, an older generation remembers him as the star of Viper and Brazil rock music.
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Investors have lots of options when it comes to natural resources, says geologist and investment strategist, Matt Badiali. The race to produce the electric car will also be a race to grab the necessary metals for the rechargeable battery . The battery contains lithium ion cells that convert chemical energy into electrical energy; but lithium is not the only necessary element says Badiali. Different formulations with cobalt, manganese, nickel, aluminum are also needed.
The electric car boom has a lot to do with emissions. Electric cars have no combustion engine and no exhaust, they drive fumes-free. That’s the big advantage in the cities where cars are polluting the air with nitrogen oxides. Even modern gasoline engines need filters because they produce fine dust. The problem does not exist with electric cars. View Matt’s profile on Linkedin.
The influx of electric cars will increase the production of lithium, cobalt, nikel, and manganese by 100 times globally by year 2040. Matt Badiali says for investors, this ratio of high demand and low supply has a big advantage. Even in times of financial crises and fluctuating stock prices, the value of metals remains relatively stable.
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Unlike gold, however, metals practical benefits to industry leave it bound to a certain extent to the current economic situation. The better the economy runs, the higher the demand for metals like copper, nikel, and lithium will be. And the current production volumes can also have a strong influence on the current price.
Badiali points out that in addition to trading in commodities, interested investors can also opt for shares of companies involved in the promotion of natural resources. While there are companies all over the world, smaller mines and exploration companies are the better choice as they benefit significantly from high prices in the metals market. Therefore, it is important – just like any other form of investment – to study the current prices and market developments accurately.
Recent years have shown that rare metals can make big profits says Matt Badiali, and emerging innovation is driving the demand up for metals. They are essential components for industry in the production and development of new technologies of the future.
For more than a decade, Matt Badiali has been offering his insight and advice in natural resources and investing opportunities. He earned his geology degree from Penn State, then a Master’s degree in Geosciences from Florida Atlantic University. Since graduating, he’s becoming a mine explorer, evaluator, analyst, and astute investor.
Tammy Mazzocco began her career by working as a secretary for a real estate firm called The Edwards Realty Company. She served as secretary for nine commercial real estate agents who were led by Mike Zelnik there. After working as a secretary for a few years, Tammy Mazzocco entered the residential property management business. She would work for property management firm, Scotland Yard Condominiums for over seven years.
While working at Scotland Yard Condominiums, Tammy Mazzocco also became a licensed real estate agent. It was Ken Cook, who was the owner and a broker of Scotland Yard Condominiums, who encouraged Tammy to pursue a career as a real estate sales agent. Tammy would eventually leave Scotland Yard Condominiums and go to work for another property management company. She worked as both a residential and commercial property manager at T&R Properties and oversaw two residential apartment developments as well as an office warehouse facility. See more: http://www.homes.com/real-estate-agents/tammy-mazzocco/id-629647/
In 1998, Tammy Mazzocco would switch jobs one again. During this time she became a licensed personal assistant to a leading real estate producer at the realty firm, RE/MAX. She worked under Joe Armeni in the Victorian Village neighborhood in the city of Columbus, Ohio. After working with Joe Armena for a year, Tammy Mazzocco was inspired to pursue a full time career in real estate. She witnessed the ins and outs of real estate sales and development as a personal assistant at RE/MAX and decided to pursue her own real estate career separate from RE/MAX.
2000, saw Tammy Mazzocco one again begin working for a new firm. This time she would work for a real estate company called Judy Gang & Associates that was based in Pickerington, Ohio. Mrs. Mazzocco says that Judy Gang served as her mentor, a close friend and a source of inspiration when she worked at Judy Gang & Associates. Judy continues to be a friend of hers even when Tammy parted ways with the company, which can be found on spokeo.
Tammy Mazzocco is now an independent real estate agent who works through the realty firm of RE/MAX which she had previously worked under. Mrs. Mazzocco sells real estate in the central Ohio area. She is an expert in and has listings in Delaware, Licking, Fairfield and Franklin counties of Ohio. To see some of her listings or to get in touch with her you can check out Tammy Mazzocco’s official website.
Karl Heideck is one the most reputable litigators based in Philadelphia. He majorly deals with litigation as well as risk management. He is one of the figures that you should look to emulate if you have any plans for being a litigator. By looking at Karl Heideck’s career and education background, there are a few things that you could learn about litigation as a career. But first, let’s look at the meaning of a litigator.
Litigators are types of attorneys who are involved in every step of a lawsuit from investigation to trials. A litigator does more than just representing the defendant or plaintiff. They will first do a thorough research and even interview the witnesses of a given case in order to find facts. They will then make an appeal before they can start exchanging information surrounding a case, with the other part, in what is known as discovery. The litigator will then take their clients through trial and try to negotiate things and if disputes cannot be solved during the pretrial they represent the court through trial.
As can be seen from Karl Heideck, you have to have a good education background so as to be certified to practice as a litigator. Like Heideck, you have to take a four-year course degree. As for this litigation genius, he attended Swarthmore College and was an English and Literature major. And a requirement for the litigation career, Heideck attended James E. Beasley School of Law, a branch of the Temple University. At law school, Heideck was to take a lot of legal courses including torts and company law. After his graduation, Heideck sat for his BAR examination and passed.
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As a litigator, you career doesn’t just pick up, you have to start by earning experience, litigating and earning a reputation for yourself then real money will start to flow. So, Karl Heideck began his career by being a Conrad O’Brien’s associate. He knew that he had to be patient and learn as much as possible if he was to get anywhere in this career. So, a few years later he got the experience needed to land him a project attorney job at Pepper Hamilton LLP. This was a step forward but did not make Heideck relax. He continued to give his job his all and after sometime, Heideck gained recognition and was tapped by and Grant & Eisenhofer, PA as a project attorney.