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Wen by Chaz Cleansing Conditioner Gets the Job Done

Wen hair products (http://www.wen.com/) by Chaz cleansing conditioner has been around for years and is still a hot topic on facebook among hair stylists and hair care enthusiasts. Its loyal users are still amazed by this QVC advertised hair care product’s ability to keep hair looking healthy and vibrant even after years of using the same product in their hair. First time users also rave about how different and fantastic their hair looks and feels after using WEN hair by Chaz cleansing conditioner. It was all of these positive recommendations that convinced an editor for Bustle to try out Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner and write all about it for her readers. When she did, she was thrilled with the results. She wrote that her hair has been fine and pretty limp for years, and she has constantly been on the hunt for a new solution to give her hair some zest each day. That is where Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner came to the rescue. She took pictures of her hair from using Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner each day for a week and grew to love the way it looked and felt after figuring out how to style it with Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner.
Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner was designed to be different from typical shampoos and conditioners on the online market (http://www.amazon.com/WEN-Sweet-Almond-Cleansing-Conditioner/dp/B0048O2R1E). It was supposed to make hair shinier and bouncier just by using it everyday, which is exactly what so many women have come to love about it. Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner is used just like other shampoos and the recommended amount for each use depends on the length and thickness of the hair. It is also recommended that the application could be halved so that you essentially wash your hair twice each time. This could be a good way to start out using the product.

Brad Reifler Serves Excellent Investment Advice

Brad Reifler positively wants to make sure the “99%” do well with the investing options open to them. In a recent article published as a press release in Reuters, Reifler discussed some of the misfortunes he has dealt with during his own investing career. He points out that experience proved to be a good teacher, and he has learned a lot about investing. Reifler’s career achievements are a testament to his knowledge and abilities. He founded Forefront Capital and acts as its CEO. Prior to running Forefront Capital, Reifler achieved great success with Pali Capital.

Many years ago, Reifler invested money into an education fund for his daughters’ college costs. The funds lost money, and Reifler turned a negative into a positive. He used the experience to think investing strategies out better. Reifler shares some of his acquired knowledge and experience.

Several reliable tips are presented in the Reuters article. Anyone not sure of what to do with his or her money should read the informative article over.

The tips consistently return to the theme of being careful with investment funds. Being careful involves more than the single approach of not putting funds into risky endeavors, although that would be a very good bit of advice.

There are other ways to be careful with one’s money. Among them would be being very deliberate in terms of selecting a broker or financial advisor. Turning over one’s financial decisions to another person is sometimes done flippantly, which can prove to be a huge mistake.

Avoiding unnecessary risk, diversifying investments, and defining investment goals also factor into making smart money decisions. Reifler does a nice job pointing these things, and more, out.  Not to mention Reifler’s article about diversification.

Options for success in investing do exist for the average investor. The person just has to be smart with an approach.  Take a look at Brad’s official website for more updates.

Revolutionizing Real Estate Through CrowdFunding

William Skelley seems to be making a name for himself in the real estate world. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Hobart College. He was recently named a member of Next Generation of Real Estate Leaders. The group will be holding its first annual dinner at the Columbus Citizens Foundation in New York City. The association is being organized by Michael Stoler who is the Managing Director of Madison realty Capital and also hosts “The Stoler Report: NY’s Business Report. The show, gives insight into the real estate trends in United States and specifically New York City. It brings aboard top real estate executives who have wealth of experience and knowledge. The executives are drawn from top real estate firms such as Merrill Lynch, CIT, Kushner Companies, Bank of America, Cushman and Wakefield and Carlyle Group. Michael Stoler has invited William Skelley to take part in an episode of The Stoler Report in the spring of 2016. During the show, William Skelley will be joined by a couple of well-known real estate executives such as Paul Braungart who is the founder of Regional Capital Group.

Skelley entered the world of real estate crown funding early in his career. This was when the real estate industry got reprieve after a ruling of Title II of the JOBS Act was made in their favor. William Skelley had established an investment banking firm prior to creating iFunding. The investment bank was able to underwrite real estate transactions worth over $2 billion and accumulating financing in large amounts. William Skelley started his career at Rose Park Advisors which was a hedge fund created by a Harvard Business School Professor. General Electric also greatly benefited from William Skelley expertise when he worked there as an advisor on start-ups.

iFunding is a real estate crown funding platform according to Crowdfunder. The platform seeks to raise funds and facilitate debt acquisition for real estate properties. The properties catered for by crown funding are such as family residences, apartment towers, retail locations, malls, hotels and resorts, single-family homes and condominium estates. Through iFunding, real estate investors are able to make well informed investment decisions as low as $ 5,000. iFunding offers credible real estate deals by ensuring transparency from both real estate developers and investors. One can join iFunding by creating an account which gives one an opportunity to view properties that have already been vetted by iFunding team.  But be sure to follow Skelley on Twitter for iFunding updates.  There’s also the Facebook, where they hold Q&A sessions with interested investors pretty frequently.

Schlumberger and the Money Woes of Venezuela

The oil company, Schlumberger, has long had a large presence in Venezuela. However, that is about to change after Venezuela, the world’s biggest oil provider, has fallen behind on payments. Although the company will be lessening its activity in the country, it will still maintain a sizeable presence by continuing services to its already present clientele. The problem lies with a failing economy of the country itself, with the falling value of its currency. Schlumberger has reached a payment deal with Venezuela, but until the country gets back on financial track, its presence in the country will be decidedly scaled back.

These payments which according to Norka Luque will total around $200 million. The country is content with the solution to this issue. However, it is still seeking better solutions to its current money issues. Venezuela has financial dealings with many other companies-some of them other oil companies-which also have financial problems that need resolving. For a more complete account of the problem, read here

Facts that Prove George Soros is Not Funding Kasich’s PAC

There has been a popular pro-Cruz ad that put a claim that George Soros is funding John Kasich’s PAC. The ad features the image of Kasich and Soros with a caption of “Hundred of thousand dollars from George Soros”. The narrator of the ad states that millionaires are working with Soros to bankroll Kasich’s Political Action Committee on openscoietyfoundations.org. Unfortunately this idea spread and some blogs published it.

Investigations in to this claim brought the truth that George Soros on forbes is not bankrolling New Day for America which is Kasich’s PAC. Tom Sutton, a professor of political science at Baldwin Wallace University shed light on the above claim and why it is false.

Sutton explains that donors for super PAC are public and that if Soros wanted to give his donations he wouldn’t have to hide it. He further explained that Soros couldn’t possibly use the name of other people to achieve a shadowy deal. He said, “If he’s artificially manipulating Kasich’s campaign in the name of other people, just look at the list of the donors and explain all these companies that have given more.”

The donor list on http://www.marketwatch.com/story/george-soros-heres-my-plan-to-solve-the-asylum-chaos-2015-09-29 brought more clarification that Soros was not giving donations to New Day for America. Among the donor list were two individuals who once worked for Soros. Scott Bessent worked for Soros as a chief investment officer while Stanley Druckenmiller managed his assets. Bessent who has a hedge fund company made a donation of $200,000 for the super PAC and gave $2,700 directly to Kasich. Druckenmiller on the other hand donated $450,000. A PAC leadership spokeswoman clarified that the above two donors are the reason Soros was falsely linked to Kasich.

George Soros has only made donations to Priorities USA Action as confirmed by OpenSecrets.org, a site that tracks campaign donations. Priorities USA Action is the PAC that supports Hillary Clinton the Democratic presidential candidate. Soros actions further show that he has no affiliation to Republican candidates. He gave funds of $25,000 and $1 million to the pro-Clinton Ready PAC and American Bridge 21st Century respectively which are organizations that oppose the actions of Republican candidates.

Sutton explained that the ad’s claim of “Millionaires working side by side with George Soros are bankrolling super PAC” is silly and that the notion displayed by the ad is impossible based on campaign finance rules. One of the rules is that the political candidates cannot have any contact with their supporting PAC or donors yet this ad claimed that such a direct relationship existed between Soros and Kasich.

Fortunately, the conspiracy behind this ad has become a failure as all the facts point to it being a false claim. The combined amount of Soros’ former workers can hardly be described as bankrolling and furthermore, Soros makes his donation to the Democratic candidate and courses that oppose Republicans. Politifact Ohio news site from which this article based its facts also drew the same conclusion of a false claim.

Sam Tabar From Legal Counselor to Finance Advisor

Sam Tabar is a attorney based out of New York and also a financial strategist. Sam graduated from Oxford University and would then go on to the Columbia Law School, where he was appointed as the Associate Editor of the Columbia Business Law Review of where he attended law school. After graduating from Columbia Law School, he then went on to become a member of Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom LLP as a new associate. This particular law firm is considered to be one of the most sought out law firms in the world because of their honorable reputation. He stayed at Skadden, where he advised clients on how to legally form hedge funds and the structures of such organizations until 2004. In 2004 he decided to leave the law industry and went on to join the finance industry at PMA Investment Advisors, which is based in Hong Kong, and serves as a department of the Sparx Group Company.

When he initially joined the investing company, he was brought on as a counsel, but would go on to become the Managing Director and Co-Head of the Business Development department. In charge of a $2 billion hedge fund, he managed all areas of global marketing and investor relations. Seven years later in February of 2011, he would leave PMA Investment Advisors in pursuit of a position as Director and Head of Capital Strategy for Bank of America Merrill Lynch and its Asia-Pacific region. A year later in 2012, Tabar left Bank of America for a position as Director of Adanac LLC, BVI. It was there that Tabar began to invest in properties and budding new start-ups.

Exactly a year later in 2013 he left Adanac and made a transition back into the legal industry, only this time being directly appointed as an associate for Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP as senior member during this tenure in his legal career. Finally in 2014 he decided to retire and now spends his days investing his own money, and pursuing his keen interests in traveling and hosting live entertainment events. It is also noted that Tabar is fluent in both English and French, and can occasionally speak Japanese, all of which helped him throughout his prosperous career in the legal and finance world.