Billionaire Frank Giustra Shares His Insider’s Guide on What It Takes to Make It (Part 1/2)

Stansberry Research, Released on 1/14/21

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Applications to start new businesses have surged as newbie entrepreneurs look to earn money on their own in a tight labor market. So what does it take to make it and what are important life lessons along the way? Our Daniela Cambone has an exclusive and candid interview with Frank Giustra, a self-made billionaire and global philanthropist who left his mark as a mining financier and Lionsgate Entertainment founder. In part one of the interview, Giustra shares his successes and failures— and reflects on key moments that led to his wealth.

Frank Giustra is a Canadian business executive, who has been particularly successful in the mining and filmmaking industries, and is a noted philanthropist. Mr. Giustra started out as an assistant trader and then became a stockbroker at Merrill Lynch in his early career. He later went on to join Yorkton Securities, where he helped launch a new branch geared towards financing resource companies in Europe. He is now an advisor to major gold miner, Endeavour Mining Corporation. In the late 90’s, he founded Lionsgate Entertainment – the company behind The Hunger Games and Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11. The company had over $2 billion in revenue in 2013, and owns the rights to the hugely successful Twilight movie franchise and The Expendables series, among other big blockbuster titles.

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