Every person has his or her resolutions for every new year. Some individuals wish to change their bad habits while other have need to invest for them to be financially stable after retirement. At old age, a regular American would need to have about 75 to 80 percent of the income they had when they were still employed, for them to have a stable life. Achieving this is a little complicated, and therefore, it is necessary to seek professional advice from experts such as Sam Tabar.
Sam Tabar attended Oxford University and Columbia Law School where he got sufficient skills to practice as an attorney and capital strategist. He has been an employee of various companies, which include the Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he served as a Director and a Capital Strategy Head for the firm’s Asian-Pacific units. He has also been an investment and hedge fund legal matters counselor to clients of New York-based firms, which include Schulte Roth & Zabel, and Skadden, Arps, Slater, Meagher & Flom. Mr. Tabar has outstanding knowledge on making and saving money.
One of the businesses that people can invest in to ensure financial stability is capitalizing on commodity investments. Individuals who want to get involved in this business need to be keen on the progress of markets before they start trading. The stock markets are usually very unstable due to fluctuating prices of the commodities. The share prices can be high on one day and greatly drop the next day hence leading to severe losses. As an expert, Sam Tabar advises individuals to ensure differentiation of stock portfolios while investing. He’s now plying his trade as the COO of FullCycle Energy Fund.
Another business that Americans can invest in while preparing for retirement is the capitalizing their money on startups that are socially conscious. The business does not involve a lot of risk like in the stock markets. Examples of this companies are the Muhammed Yunus’s Grameen Bank. The firm provides small loans to financially stressed owners of small businesses in all parts of Southeastern Asia. THINX is also a socially responsible organization that manufactures panties that are used by women during menstruation. THINX is charitable and gives away seven sanitary pads for every “period pantie” that is sold. Sam Tabar is an investor in the company. PR Newswire has a similar article on Mr. Tabar.