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Arthur Becker’s Key to Investment Success

If you were to run a line through Arthur Becker’s work history you would find that it has always been elevating. According to The Real Deal, Arthur Becker is becoming a household name within New York City as well as the rest of the world for his ability to get in and invest in properties and technologies that are rapidly gaining steam. Becker first jumped into the investment industry as the CEO of the tech company Zinio back in 2003. Over the past nearly ten years Becker has expanded his horizons and begun to take in more and more duties. Let’s see what Arthur Becker is up to now.

In 2011 Arthur Becker established Madison Partners, LLC. Madison Partners is a real estate and bio tech firm that focuses on enterprising new technology, particularly in the field of cancer research, as well as unique real estate investments. Becker’s work with these two industries has come together by way of his immense passion for both fields. Becker doesn’t have medical background but he knows the importance of cancer research and he is comfortable putting in the time to research the potential investments he is facing. In a report by Curbed, as far as real estate goes, Becker is comfortable with renovating due to his relationship with fashion guru Vera Wang.

No matter what industry you settle on, Becker knows that you have to take your approach very carefully. Becker says, “Use your previous experience and go with it.” Becker’s obviously a lucky individual in that he has a wealth of experience to go off of, thanks to his multiple decade long careers in investments. However, if you don’t have a work history to base your future confidence on then you can instead focus on being as prepared as possible. Becker says, “I don’t think there was really any time that I necessarily doubted myself as a businessman.” Becker goes on to say, succinct and to the point, “It’s easy to doubt yourself if you don’t know what you are doing.” This is the key to success as an entrepreneur and it really goes to show that there are no shortcuts. If you want to succeed, then prepare.

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