Three 2014 Prophesies of Gareth Henry

Four years ago, at a conference called “the Alpha Hedge West conference,” Gareth Henry prophesied that investors investing monetary resources into the countries of Brazil, Japan, and Scotland in the year of 2014 would make a nice profit. Gareth Henry attended the Alpha Hedge West conference as an executive representing the Fortress Investment Group, for which he is employed as a manager director.

Gareth possesses an actuarial mathematics degree from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and a first-class honors degree from Heriot Watt University. Gareth is further distinguished by his membership in the United States’ Fellow of Society of Actuaries and the United Kingdom’s Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.

In the year of 2007, Gareth Henry joined the Fortress Investment Group, whose value as an alternative assets manager firm at the time of the 2014 Alpha Hedge West conference was in the $63 billion range. But that figure has grown exponentially since.

Gareth Henry prophesied that Brazil would be an investor’s dream come true country to invest their monetary resources into in the year of 2014. This is so primarily because of an anticipated enormous rally of all Brazilian assets in the very likely event that the incumbent Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff fails to get herself re-elected as Brazil’s president.

It appears that the Brazilian markets do not favor the incumbent Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff nor her administration’ economic policies. The two other countries that Gareth prophesied would provide investors with profits in the year of 2014 are Japan and Scotland. This is so in the case of Japan because there is indication from Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that his Abenomics is set to be implemented more strongly to build upon the good economic conditions of the preceding year.

This is so in the case of Scotland because so much great opportunities for profitable investing have suddenly materialized as a result of the upheaval and uncertainty following Scotland’s failed independence vote.

Gareth Henry also cautioned investors of the possibility that global investments will be impacted by future global geopolitics and political events of the upcoming year.

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