George Soros, Compassionate Philanthropist

Posted on July 7, 2016

Born in Budapest in 1930, George Soros gained his tough skin young. He was able to survive the Nazi Occupation and World War ll, he was only thirteen years old. After the war, he fled Hungary with his sights set on England, in 1947. Once in England, he attended and graduated from the London School of Economics. After he graduated, George Soros settled in the United States where he became a prominent philanthropist and the founder of the philanthropic organization, the Open Society Foundations. The Open Societies Foundation goal is to build and maintain favorable and tolerant democracies. He is also the chairman of the George Soros Management Fund LLC, a hedge fund management firm founded in 1969. He is a firm believer in true democracy and a true fighter for equal structure. Soros received two honorary doctoral degrees in 1980 from the New York School for Social Research and the University of Oxford. To no surprise,in 1991 he was presented with a third honorary doctorates degree from the Corvinus University in Budapest. He is widely appreciated for his contributions to the fight for true democracy and the underprivileged . Read more on nytimes.com

Today, his organizations operate in more than 100 countries. Read more: @georgesoros George Soros – CNBC Soros began his career in philanthropy in 1979 when he assisted African American students with funding to attend Capetown University in Apartheid, South Africa. George Soros has contributed over a dozen books, essays and articles on society, economics and politics which are read by citizens all around the world. His most recent corresponding reflects an enormous $4.5 billion across the span of 226 holdings. This may provide more reason, as if anyone needs it, as to why he is known as ” The Man the Broke the Bank of England”. Although the thought of acquiring so much money typically excites us all, Soros implies that this is not a game, and that if you’re having fun in this business, then you must be missing out on money. Because of his expertise and unmeasurable success, George Soros is known as the most successful financing of both history and today. Learn more about George Soros:
 http://www.marketwatch.com/story/george-soros-just-made-big-bearish-bets-everybody-panic-and-then-consider-buying-2016-06-09 http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-bearish-george-soros-is-trading-again-1465429163

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