Igor Cornelsen Compares Brazil & Germany

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Why does Analyst Igor Cornelsen think Brazil is a better investment?

“German Industry”

According to compiled “FindtheData.com,” Germany had a 2015 GDP of $3.85 trillion, growth rate of 1.6% and population of 81 million. Germany is rather dense with 232 people per square kilometer, a median age of 46.5 years old and rural population of 25%. The German birth rate was 9 per 1,000 and its death rate was 11 per 1,000. Source: http://igorcornelsen.tripod.com/

The life expectancy for a German was 81 years at birth. The infant mortality rate was 3.1 per 1,000 live births. 86% of Germans used the Internet.

“Brazilian Commodities”

The very same “FindtheData.com,” listed a 2015 GDP for Brazil of $2.35 trillion, growth rate of 0.14% and population of 206 million. Brazil is rather sparse with 25 people per square kilometer, a median age of 31.1 years old and rural population of 15%. The Brazil birth rate was 15 per 1,000 and its death rate was 6 per 1,000.

The infant mortality rate was 14.6 per 1,000 live births. 58% of Brazilians used the Internet.

“Brazilian Future is Bright”

Brazilian Banking Expert Igor Cornelsen loves his country with good reason. Based on the aforementioned figures, Brazil has a great future, which Igor Cornelsen reiterated during his CNBC interview. The rural statistics may startle some, who think Brazil is primarily an agricultural nation; Germany actually has a higher rural population than Brazil according to Igor Cornelsen.

As Brazil continues to industrialize, it will suffer through aches and pains. Mr. Cornelsen can identify the best ways to invest on the ground floor, before Brazil takes off.


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  1. The life expectancy for a Brazilian was 74 years at birth. Brazil dominates South America. Germany dominates Europe. It is likely that essay cheap do get all the attractions it needed right from the outset.

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