What do these 12 people all have in common?
If the use of the word Apostles offended you I'm truly sorry, this was not my intent. Websters: a person who initiates a great moral reform or who first advocates an important belief or system
- Ray Dalio.
- Alan Greenspan.
- Paul Volcker.
- Ben Bernanke.
- Jamie Dimon.
- Jim Rickards.
- Christine Lagarde.
- Jim Rogers.
- George Soros.
- Warren Buffett.
- Robert Schiller.
- Bill Gross.
When they speak the world listens!
During the 20th & 21st Centuries - decade after decade when it comes down to financial matters these 12 have proven to be a cut above the rest.
Warren Buffett - Is holding the largest cash position in the history of Berkshire Hathaway.
Alan Greenspan – Stated recently, “Gold is the premier world currency, that not even the US Dollar can match.”
Jim Rickards – “The way old money holds on to its riches is by owning precious metals, land and collectibles.”
Bill Gross – Moved 20% of his legacy into physical gold.
Jamie Dimon – JPMorgan Chase, under his leadership has become the world’s largest owner of physical silver.
Jim Rogers – “Gold is money, agricultural will outperform gold, silver will be the investment of the 21stCentury.”
Ben Bernanke – Took a lead position at Citadel, the largest Hedge Fund – Specializing in Precious Metals, Land and Collectibles.
Paul Volcker – “The U.S. Is In One Hell Of A Mess.” During a speech given at the Bretton Woods Committee he stated, “It’s time for a new Monetary System worthy of the 21stCentury.”
Christine Lagarde – “Its time to embrace the Bretton Woods Sprit, the ethos of 1944 and return to a system that has served us so well.”
George Soros – Quantum Fund, is highly weighted in precious metal investments.
Ray Dalio – “If you don’t own gold, you should buy some.”