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Skousen CAFE: My Meeting with David Rockefeller (Now 100)

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Skousen's Investor CAFE
My Meeting with David Rockefeller (Now 100)

By Mark Skousen
Editor, Forecasts & Strategies
10/15/2015
 
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In the mid-1990s, when I was a columnist and part-time investigative reporter for Forbes magazine, I interviewed David Rockefeller in his famed office, Room 5600, at the NBC Studios building in Rockefeller Center. (See photo below.)

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This past June, David Rockefeller, the only surviving grandchild of John D. Rockefeller, turned 100 years old. He is a true survivor. Not only is he still on the Forbes 400 Richest list (#211, worth $3 billion), but he has managed to stay on the list since its inception in 1982. Only a handful of billionaires have accomplished this feat. Donald Trump is another one. He made the cover but I think they should have put David Rockefeller on the cover for becoming a centenarian and staying on the list.

It’s not easy to stay wealthy. In his bestseller, “Capital in the 21st Century,” French economist Thomas Piketty contended, “Once a fortune is established, the capital grows according to a dynamic of its own, and it can continue to grow at a rapid pace for decades simply because of its size.” Really? To prove his point, he selects members of the Forbes billionaires list to show that wealth always grows faster than the money of an average income earner. He repeatedly refers to the growing fortunes of Bill Gates in the United States and Liliane Bettencourt, heiress of L’Oreal, the cosmetics firm.

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I guess he hasn’t heard of the dozens of wealthy people who lost their fortunes, like the Vanderbilts, or, to use a recent example, Eike Batista, the Brazilian businessman who just two years ago was the seventh-wealthiest man in the world, worth $30 billion. Now, Batista is almost bankrupt. Hundreds of wealthy Americans have been dropped from the Forbes 400 Richest list.

John D. Rockefeller used to be the wealthiest man in the world. But 100 years later, only his grandson, David Rockeller, makes the list. The rest of the Rockefellers, while wealthy, are struggling to stay wealthy, due to taxation, substandard investments and an increasing number of heirs.

If David Rockefeller had simply invested his wealth in a stock index fund, he would have been worth billions more than he is today.

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Our keynote speaker will be Steve Moore, the chief economist for the Heritage Foundation and the #1 columnist for the Wall Street Journal, who will speak on “Money & Politics 2016: The Inside Story for Private Investors.”

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In case you missed it, I encourage you to read my e-letter column from last week about my meeting with Joel Osteen and his message for investors. I also invite you to comment in the space provided below my Eagle Daily Investor commentary.



You Blew It!
Obesity Problem Spreads Globally
By Mark Skousen

I wrote about the growing problem of obesity in America in December 2013 but the sad reality is that people in many other countries around the world are packing on the pounds, too.

More than 1.9 billion adults are overweight, according to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 2014 Global Status Report. Unfortunately, worldwide obesity has doubled since 1980, with more than 600 million adults officially considered obese while nearly two billion people are overweight, the report found.

The number of obese adults in the United States totals 78.9 million Americans and accounts for 34.9 percent of people age 18 and above, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The World Health Organization defines obesity as a Body Mass Index measurement greater than or equal to 30, whereas an overweight person has a BMI greater than or equal to 25. The latter category in 2014 included 39 percent of the world’s adults aged 18 years and above.

To combat obesity, the WHO advises people to:
  • limit energy intake from total fats and sugars;
  • increase consumption of fruit and vegetables, as well as legumes, whole grains and nuts;
  • engage in regular physical activity (60 minutes a day for children and 150 minutes per week for adults).
I sometimes wonder if people who are extremely overweight feel embarrassed to go out in public, especially if their excess weight makes them think of themselves as grotesque. If so, I recommend taking positive steps toward a healthy lifestyle.

With Americans ranking among the most overweight people in the world, improvement is needed to avoid incurring massive healthcare costs due to such overindulgence. Maybe ObamaCare will scare people into losing weight to avoid using the medical system in America.

I could probably lose 10 pounds myself -- which is what I wrote back in 2013. I plan to keep trying to live more healthfully and it would be great if all of us attempted to do so, too.
Good Investing, AEIOU,

Mark Skousen

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