Ted Bauman Says Amazon Is Not A Monopoly and Shareholders Should Be Vigilant

Ted Bauman, editor of The Bauman Letter, and writer for Smart Money service and a weekly stock trading service called the Alpha Stock Alert has some pretty strong opinions on Amazon.  Ted Bauman is an economist that works hard to give people as much accurate information on critical financial and investment issues so that they are able to make careful and informed decisions about the things that they invest it. His goal is to help his subscribers and his readers to build long-lasting wealth that lasts through several generations. The economist recently revealed his views on the Amazon company and gave his views and his investment advice on investing in their stocks. Ted Bauman sees Amazon as most everyone else sees it, a service that provides instant gratification to anyone who orders online.

It has a huge selection of merchandise that all come at competitive prices which makes it a retail magnet for buyers and sellers alike. Manny renowned economic experts think that Amazon will control over half the retail market online within three years or less. Unlike many experts that say that this makes Amazon a monopoly, Ted Bauman disagrees and points out that Wal-Mart still sells three times as much revenue as Amazon does. In fact, online stores like Wal-Mart, eBay, Apple, Target, and Macy’s still represent over 56% percent of the online market. Ted Bauman says that Amazon cannot be considered a monopoly because its impact on conventional stores has not been super sufficient.

Online stores have no doubt experienced an explosion in growth as buyers can get everything they need from cold medicine to an entire bedroom set at the mere touch of a button. However, traditional stores remain to be very popular and they continue to generate 9/10ths of any revenue seen in the United States. Bauman also points out the fact that anything that is considered a monopoly generally has a ton of public criticism thrown at it for how it does things, but most people have nothing but positive opinions about Amazon despite their occasional mistake that every company is bound to have. Unlike most monopolistic companies, Amazon still works hard at providing excellent customer service at prices that are affordable by the general population!

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CVCs Guilherme Paulus: Making Foothold in Hotel Business

Guilherme Paulus is an international entrepreneur and a hotelier in Brazil.He is well known for his excellent leadership in running GJP Hotels and Resorts as well as CVC Brasil Operadora. These hotels are spread all over the country and are known to offer quality services to its customers. Paulus, todays most influential businessman in Brazil, started out as an intern at IBM. His is a style of business leadership to admire as it is filled with growth and expansion. Currently the GJP Hotels and Resorts has over 20 hotels and resorts with some of the best in the region being linked to the chain of hotels and resorts.

From the time his first hotel was established in 1995, the hotels have served over 95,000 people and currently has a staff of 5000 workers.CVC was Carlos Vicente Cerchiari who partnered with Paulus for four years before Guilherme Paulus decided to go it t alone. At the beginning it was Carlos that funded the project since Guilherme Paulus did not have the money but had plenty of important entrepreneurial skills.Interestingly, Guilherme Paulus has cultivated a habit of being thankful every day and as such make sit part of his daily routine. With a weekly habit of coming up with a schedule, he is able to maintain an accurate, organized and more productive day since everything is already planned out in advance.

His working success to as an entrepreneur stems from the fact that he stays close to the business. This way he is able to learn more about it and as such take the right steps to improve.This is despite the fact that he has a tight schedule and travels a lot.Guilherme Paulus believes that he would tell his younger self to listen more and hear more especially to the elders. This implies that there is always something to learn if you put your head to it. One thing he does repeatedly is to be in love with what he does. This explains why he is always on the move to know what customers needs are and how he can fit to the changes in behaviors to serve them better.