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

  1. Ray Dalio.
  2. Alan Greenspan.
  3. Paul Volcker.
  4. Ben Bernanke.
  5. Jamie Dimon.
  6. Jim Rickards.
  7. Christine Lagarde.
  8. Jim Rogers.
  9. George Soros.
  10. Warren Buffett.
  11. Robert Schiller.
  12. Bill Gross.

When they speak the world listens!

Why?

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.”