The Artistic Side of the Legendary Investor Arthur Becker

Investing comes almost effortless to some individuals. Arthur Becker is a perfect epitome of that lucky lot. Arthur has earned millions of dollars with Bio-Tech stocks and real estate ventures. At the tender age of just 16 years, Arthur landed a gig with the local Parks Department. The job was tedious, and any prospects were looking really grim. That job paid just $1.60 per hour. He quit at the first opportunity.

The Early Years

After completing high school, he founded a company which moved 18th-century houses. Soon after, he got admitted to the Bennington College. He signed up for three majors: Medicine, Ceramics, and Photography. After graduating, he spent the first couple of years interning at several investment firms. He worked as a Director at Bear Sterns in the years of 1988 to 1991. Later he got hired by ProGroup Inc. where he worked until 1994 when he negotiated the sale of the golf equipment company at a huge profit. arthurbeckerstudio.com

Award-Winning Masterpieces

In 1994, Arthur started a company called Bnox Inc,. His business went ahead to become the lead supplier of telephone cameras and binoculars to leading retailers like Wal-Mart, Rite Aid, and T-Maxx. All that time spent making camera lens must have inspired Mr. Becker to want to take it to the next level of perfection. He began spending all his time trying to add texture to images. He has done some extensive research on how texture is applied to printing currencies. Most of his contemporary artwork uses origami paper to achieve a particularly austere texture.

Art critics and the general public have received the creations of Arthur Becker warmly. The paintings are in huge demand, and they are on display in several leading art galleries and exhibitions centers in the US like at the Morgan Walker Exhibition Center in New York, reports NY Daily News.

Real Estate Portfolio

The Managing Member of Madison Partners LLC, Arthur Becker has amassed quite a sizeable wealth over the years. Being the smart investor, he is he has reinvested his winnings to other lucrative industries notably on the high-end real estate market. He owns properties in Florida, in NY and Tribeca.

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