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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Billionaire investor announces he has put 10% of his money into Bitcoin and Ethereum

A former hedge fund manager and partner over at Goldman Sachs announced on April 19 at a forum at Harvard University that he has put 10% of his net worth into Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Billionaire Mike Novogratz also stated that he considers his investment into crypto-currencies as the 'best investment of his life', and considers that these and other forms of blockchain based currencies will be the future of money and finance.

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Billionaire investor Mike Novogratz is betting big on digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ether. 
"Ten percent of my net worth is in this space," Novogratz said at a forum held at the Harvard Business School Club of New York Wednesday. He declined to say exactly how wealthy he is, but he's a former hedge fund manager at Fortress Investment Group and a Goldman Sachs partner who made the Forbes billionaire list in 2008. 
It's the "best investment of my life," Novogratz said. - CNN Money

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Billionaire investor with one of best track records in the world goes big into gold over dollar

There is an old saying that goes, if you want to be rich, do what the rich do.  And while less than 1% of the American people have any allocation in gold in their savings or retirement portfolios, a billionaire investor with one of the best investing track records in the world has not only gone big time into gold, but believes it will be the best trade in light of devaluing currencies, and central bank interventions.

Stan Druckenmiller, the billionaire investor with one of the best long-term track records in money management, said the bull market in stocks has "exhausted itself" and that gold is his largest currency allocation. 
Druckenmiller, speaking at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York on Wednesday, said while he’s been critical of Federal Reserve policy for the last three years he expected at that time it would lead to higher asset prices. 
“I now feel the weight of the evidence has shifted the other way; higher valuations, three more years of unproductive corporate behavior, limits to further easing and excessive borrowing from the future suggest that the bull market is exhausting itself,” said Druckenmiller, who averaged annual returns of 30 percent from 1986 through 2010 at his Duquesne Capital Management. 
As bankers experiment with "the absurd notion of negative interest rates," Druckenmiller said, he’s wagering on gold. “Some regard it as a metal, we regard it as a currency and it remains our largest currency allocation," he said, without naming the metal. - Bloomberg

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Billionaire Steve Wynn's Rant on Obama, jobs, and the economy during Q3 Conference Call

Billionaire and Casino Mogul Steve Wynn spoke at his Q3 conference call to shareholders, and unequivocally blamed President Obama and his leadership (or lack of it) for the destruction of jobs and the economy.  Lack of direction and fear of Obamacare and regulatory impacts by the administration are the prime reasons why Wynn has chosen not to grow, and build upon his current holdings.

http://soundcloud.com/user5452365/wynn-conf-call/s-vVO8D

You can click here to listen to the entire conference call. 

Steve Wynn is apolitical, even telling investors he has supported more Democratic candidates then Republicans, but in the current financial and economic crises, there is no one to blame but the person in charge.