George Soros Investor and Philanthropist

After extensive absenteeism from the world of stock market trading,self made billionaire George Soros has made a comeback by making some “big bearish investments.”

Soros Fund Management functions with a surplus of $3 billion and has relinquished their stocks and invested in gold and in gold miners, in the midst of a dismal universal economic prospective and the probability of fluctuation and unrest in the stock market.

Gold is presumed to be a safe refuge in times of uncertainty when it comes to the unpredictable and unstable stock market realm.

George Soros is enticed by this opportunity to profit from what he envisions as an imminent economic crisis approaching the country.

He is skeptical about China’s economy, which is experiencing an internal struggle within its political administration, his eminent and specific apprehension over reducing their foreign currency reserves, while other Asian countries have been accruing their foreign currency, also how the mainland’s political arena may restrain and curtail permanent economic reform.

He is also distressed that the mixture of the migration crisis, the Greek predicament and the United Kingdom’s exodus could advance to the European Union’s eventual collapse.

This decisive and alternate move is undoubtedly impressive for George Soros who became famous with his gamble contra the British Pound in 1992, proved ultimately a positive trade decision which navigated to $1billion in acquired lucrative assets for the Soros Fund.

Lately, George Soros the 85 year old billionaire has had his focal point on public policy and philanthropy. He makes vast monetary donations to the super PAC supporting appointed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and also contributes to other Democratic promoted organizations.

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George Soros fled from the Communist regime in Budapest, Hungary (his country of birth) in 1947, and emigrated to England, attended London School of Economics where he commenced studying Karl Popper’s The Open Society and its Enemies, which investigates the philosophy of science and a critical self expression of totalitarianism. This intellectual lesson intrigued and assured George Soros that no ideology possesses the truth, and that societies can prosper only when they function blatantly and uphold and preserve individual human rights.

This created a profound impact on George Soros and influenced him for the rest of his life.

After graduation in 1956, he arrived in New York and created his own hedge-fund The Soros Fund. He commenced his philanthropic endeavors in 1979, in 1984 he started the Open Society Foundations which emphasizes and promotes justice and equality for all mankind, education, public health, business creation and development, and independent media.

His benevolence and overwhelming generosity extends to over 60 countries,exceeding $500 million annually in contributions.

He is 22nd wealthiest man on the planet with an estimated capital gross of $20 billion.

Learn more about George Soros:

http://www.nybooks.com/contributors/george-soros/

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/06/09/481378339/billionaire-investor-george-soros-sees-economic-trouble-ahead

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