My Electrician Drives a Porsche?: Profiting from the Largest Migration in History

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Gianni Kovacevic, Jun 23, 2014 - 230 pages
Through this journey we follow two diametrically opposed investors, a recently divorced Baby Boomer who is a Family Doctor, and his patient, a Generation X'er trained as an Electrician. Although their investment approaches differ in the beginning, they gradually converge as the Electrician, a natural expert in energy, electricity and technology, teaches the thought antiquated Doctor how the world has changed due to shifting demographics and the significance of greener and cleaner energy. The Doctor is taken on this educational ride through various fact filled lessons offering specific examples how the Electrician flourished by implementing common sense strategies. Eventually he too builds an understanding to the implications of a whole new army of consumers and decides to participate in certain demographically driven themes that will be relevant for decades to come. This book should become a pocket guide for anyone interested in prospering by fully understanding the implications of more people consuming more things.

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About the author (2014)

Gianni Kovacevic is a Canadian-Croatian investor in natural resources and an established author. He has been a speaker at industry-related conferences around the world on the themes of natural resources, demographics and green energy. Having spent the past fifteen years investing in natural resources he documents his interests into a unique business model that caters to both businesses and investors. Over the past decade he has provided valuable assistance in negotiated financings well in excess of $250 million from a large pool of global investors. Gianni's new book titled, "My Electrician Drives a Porsche?" was released in the Summer of 2014 and complements over a decade of blogging about his interests and adventures. Sharing his time between Vancouver and various European cities, he is fluent in English, German, Italian, Croatian, reasonable in Spanish and actively learning Russian.

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