George Soros Makes a Very Generous Donation to Hilary Clinton

George Soros is one of the leading names when it comes to the financial world. Soros makes the top of lists when it comes to investing and top net worth holders in the world. Soros is a very influential individual not only in the world of business and finance but in the world of politics as well. Politico has reported that Soros has recently donated $8 Million dollars to Clinton’s campaign. This $8 Million dollar donation has raised Hillary Clinton’s total contributions to over $41 Million dollars. This gives Clinton a great deal of financial power in her campaign over Sanders.
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In the past, George Soros has been known to be one of the most generous democratic contributors. This can be seen back in 2004 when Soros donated $20 million dollars to try to see George W. Bush be defeated. He didn’t really care who was going to be elected into office, as long as it was not Bush. This set the bar high for other contributors who normally aren’t willing to drop 8 figures on their party or candidate of choice. However, when it is needed, Soros is willing to spend the type of money that he feels is necessary for his political voice to be heard.

Soros has a voice that resonates across the globe. When Soros has something to say, people are ready to listen in the financial industry and all other industries alike. Soros has stated that there are current market conditions that are looking very similar to those right before the crash of 2008. Soros has stated that the current economic growth model in China is one that is not sustainable at its current rate. If China fails to grow over the next few years, it could be very detrimental to the global economy. It is important that individuals, business owners, and investors all look for proper ways to prepare for similar market conditions in the near future.

Read more about George Soros:
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/01/hillary-clinton-george-soros-218494
http://www.biography.com/people/george-soros-20926527
http://www.nytimes.com/topic/person/george-soros
http://www.nybooks.com/contributors/george-soros/