47-year-old investment banker Andre Estevez became a billionaire in 2006. He was about 37 at the time. His story is in the Tuesday December 22nd Wall Street Journal in the Money & Investing section.
They are investigating what they call Andre Estevez’s [speedy rise] during parts of the financial global crisis. Are your business practices ethical? Have you ever taken a bribe or even looked the other way? How far would you go for wealth and riches?
The wealthiest individual in history is a man by the name of Marcus Licinius Crassus and he was a [Politician and Roman general]. His net worth was valued at a total of [$2.2 trillion dollars]. He amassed that fortune by profiting off of realestate, silvermines, slaves, and a few other business ventures.
His wealth and fortune was followed by Nathan Rothschild and David Rockefeller. And even they were far behind.
Today you hear about the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds, but you never hear about Marcus Licinius Crassus. He doesn’t have a popular name because of how he amassed his wealth.
$2.2 trillion dollars is unfathomable to even the [average banker] so I can see why his name isn’t mentioned that often. What would you do for wealth & riches? Whatever you would do for it, just make sure that it isn’t unethical and immoral because karma is real.