The Hispanic population accounts for more than half of the population growth in the United States. Forty years ago most Hispanics settled in California, Arizona, and Florida, but today Hispanic live in every state in the Union. The reason is simple. Hispanic are not afraid of hard work, and they are willing to accept jobs that the other ethnic groups don’t want. But Hispanics are not just on the lower part of the economic ladder in the United States. There are many wealthy Hispanic people living n the country, and they like to spend money. Venezuelan entrepreneur Danilo Diaz Granados is one of the men that help them invest as well as spend their money.
Danilo Diaz Granados graduated from Babson College in Wellesley Massachusetts with a degree in economics. He also took film courses and became interested in the film industry. But his first love was the investment industry, so he moved to Miami and became an investment advisor for wealthy Hispanic investors. Granados had a talent for picking the right investments. His client list grew, and so did his bank account. Danilo recognized a void in the retail market in the Hispanic community after talking to several clients about their spending habits. Granados decided to start a business that catered to wealthy Hispanic men that didn’t have enough time to shop, but had plenty of money to spend when they found what they wanted. What his clients wanted was expensive watches and rings, contemporary fine art, and exotic cars. Danilo called his new venture Toys for Boys in Miami, and he offered all those items and more in one location.
Granados still has an investment career with Fireman Capital Partners, but he also started a film company called the Edge of Glory Films that captured the interests and everyday challenges that Hispanic face in the United States. According to LinkedIn, Danilo is the production manager, editor, promoter, and distributor for his film company. But he is still very active in the investment world. Granados currently does social and economic analysis work so his clients can invest in assets that will continue to grow as the United States grows through the current economic shift.