Berman has no qualms about telling others how he "squeaked by" in high school, just doing well enough to let the system pass him through his senior year. Then after a few semesters of junior college, the ambitious but non-academic Berman decided it just wasn't for him. That was the point he entered the financial world.
When he was 23 years old and a junior associate at a financial firm he learned about investing OPM (other people's money). He was a risk taker from the start but ambitious and with enough support that he didn't make any significant mistakes. From here Bruce A. Berman became a self-made millionaire in a variety of industry specialties.
With a mind for fundraising and a real time ability to turn over and capitalize ventures quickly, Berman was able to take this OPM and make his own capital. While it started with finances, Berman's interests quickly spread into the fields of wind power, video producing, real estate, investing and dot.com booms.
Starting out as the co-founder of the Wind Energy Association in California, Berman quickly grabbed a hold of a quarter of a billion dollars worth of windmills in the area (at the age of 30) and used much of it to found the Berman Marketing Group, Inc. The company was just recently acquired by National HealthCare Alliance, Inc. which changed its name to Berman Holdings' Inc.
Bruce A. Berman sports over 30 years of experience working as an entrepreneur and his tactics and investing tools have surpassed even his wildest dreams. Berman knows how to succeed in a financial way, and he is showing others how he did it. His program, "Aggressive Wealth," has already impacted others in creating similar business plans.
Now Berman works to help others make money while simultaneously fulfilling his duties as a CEO of National HealthCare Alliance, Inc. With a complete set of CD's and books that are filled to the brim with active content developed by Berman himself, other people are starting to realize their dreams.
Bruce A. Berman -- a man on a mission to help others realize their dreams as he did for himself.