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Why Are So Many Jews Millionaires? Jews are estimated to make up less than 1% of the world's population, yet approximately 25% of the world's billionaires are Jewish. Jews are always found on lists of the world’s richest people. In 2009, 139 of the Forbes 400 were Jewish. Jews also comprise a very large number of history’s most important figures, people who have had a profo Why Are So Many Jews Millionaires? Jews are estimated to make up less than 1% of the world's population, yet approximately 25% of the world's billionaires are Jewish. Jews are always found on lists of the world’s richest people. In 2009, 139 of the Forbes 400 were Jewish. Jews also comprise a very large number of history’s most important figures, people who have had a profound impact on humanity. Approximately 35% of Nobel Prizes have been awarded to Jews. No other ethnic group has even come close to matching the abilities and accomplishments of Jews. Since such a large percent of the wealthiest and most successful people in the world are Jewish, a common question the world over is, “Why are so many Jews so wealthy?” Their secret lies not in their genetics or intelligence, as some have believed, but in their religion. Many of the wealthiest Jews use a code based on Judaism. You do not need to covert to Judaism or believe in religion to use The Money Code. “Religion has preserved history's greatest wisdom teachings,” says religious studies scholar Huston Cummings Smith. There are various methods of wealth creation; however, many are short-lived, unfulfilling, or hazardous. The ideal circumstance is to create long-lasting wealth, accompanied by peace of mind and fulfillment. This book will reveal the code that many Jews understand and use to their great advantage. The Money Code can be used by absolutely anyone to achieve long-term wealth and success in life.


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Why Are So Many Jews Millionaires? Jews are estimated to make up less than 1% of the world's population, yet approximately 25% of the world's billionaires are Jewish. Jews are always found on lists of the world’s richest people. In 2009, 139 of the Forbes 400 were Jewish. Jews also comprise a very large number of history’s most important figures, people who have had a profo Why Are So Many Jews Millionaires? Jews are estimated to make up less than 1% of the world's population, yet approximately 25% of the world's billionaires are Jewish. Jews are always found on lists of the world’s richest people. In 2009, 139 of the Forbes 400 were Jewish. Jews also comprise a very large number of history’s most important figures, people who have had a profound impact on humanity. Approximately 35% of Nobel Prizes have been awarded to Jews. No other ethnic group has even come close to matching the abilities and accomplishments of Jews. Since such a large percent of the wealthiest and most successful people in the world are Jewish, a common question the world over is, “Why are so many Jews so wealthy?” Their secret lies not in their genetics or intelligence, as some have believed, but in their religion. Many of the wealthiest Jews use a code based on Judaism. You do not need to covert to Judaism or believe in religion to use The Money Code. “Religion has preserved history's greatest wisdom teachings,” says religious studies scholar Huston Cummings Smith. There are various methods of wealth creation; however, many are short-lived, unfulfilling, or hazardous. The ideal circumstance is to create long-lasting wealth, accompanied by peace of mind and fulfillment. This book will reveal the code that many Jews understand and use to their great advantage. The Money Code can be used by absolutely anyone to achieve long-term wealth and success in life.

30 review for The Money Code: Become a Millionaire With the Ancient Jewish Code

  1. 4 out of 5

    Susan Davis

    In recent years, the popularity of "think your way to wealth" have skyrocketed. I've read many of these books, including, The Law of Attraction and The Secret, but I find these books have no tangible results. A lot of my friends have read them, with no results at all. The Money Code actually tells you how to get wealthy with practical steps and tangible results. Many books on wealth are 200-400 pages, when they should only be about 50-100 pages. Many of these books, repeat information, and are l In recent years, the popularity of "think your way to wealth" have skyrocketed. I've read many of these books, including, The Law of Attraction and The Secret, but I find these books have no tangible results. A lot of my friends have read them, with no results at all. The Money Code actually tells you how to get wealthy with practical steps and tangible results. Many books on wealth are 200-400 pages, when they should only be about 50-100 pages. Many of these books, repeat information, and are long-winded just to fill up space. The Money Code gives you the most practical information and tells you what to do with, in about 50 pages. For the record, I am not Jewish, but a lot of the information in this book makes sense and is applicable in everyday life. I've seen some tangible results myself. Highly recommended!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cherei

    There are some bits of knowledge that one wishes they knew many decades earlier. This is the type of book that should actually be required reading in high school and college Economic classes. This book is outlined so well from start to finish. It literally lays out a very precise plan for one to follow. I like that the author included several links if the reader wishes to learn much more about various subjects. (From investing to which field of work one should pursue). It's never to late to start There are some bits of knowledge that one wishes they knew many decades earlier. This is the type of book that should actually be required reading in high school and college Economic classes. This book is outlined so well from start to finish. It literally lays out a very precise plan for one to follow. I like that the author included several links if the reader wishes to learn much more about various subjects. (From investing to which field of work one should pursue). It's never to late to start down the path of changing one's fiscal habits to better your life. Perhaps you're like me.. and didn't grow up with a father to teach you the basics of economics. And, a single mother who couldn't.. because she was just as clueless about how to make your money work for you. This book will teach you much about money that just isn't as readily known around the world.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gladys Jane

    If you want to know why Jews, who only make up of less than 1% of the population, comprise 25% of the world's richest? Then pick up this book! You don't have to adhere to Judaism to find out their secret. In this book, H. W. Charles laid out 7 practical money code (tips), each in their own chapter, and encourages the reader to take the action steps given to be able to maximize the information acquired. If you're into business books, you'll find these tips relatively easy and simple. You might ev If you want to know why Jews, who only make up of less than 1% of the population, comprise 25% of the world's richest? Then pick up this book! You don't have to adhere to Judaism to find out their secret. In this book, H. W. Charles laid out 7 practical money code (tips), each in their own chapter, and encourages the reader to take the action steps given to be able to maximize the information acquired. If you're into business books, you'll find these tips relatively easy and simple. You might even dismiss these ideas as common sense. It's just a short and easy read yet very informative. I promise you'll finish this book in just one sitting. If it only takes more or less than an hour to know what the Jewish people know that propelled them to success and prosperity, then why not? More on: http://www.shoutsofwisdom.com/2017/02...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Daria Doshrelli

    This is a surprisingly good short read. The author makes reference to leaders of religions other than Judaism, as well as political figures, though the foundation of "the code" is Jewish law. A lot of books on money have some reference to becoming a millionaire on the cover, but once you open them and look inside, there's no magical million dollar formula. This one is no exception. There is no magic formula, but there are some basic "laws" of money that are put forth for your consideration. It's This is a surprisingly good short read. The author makes reference to leaders of religions other than Judaism, as well as political figures, though the foundation of "the code" is Jewish law. A lot of books on money have some reference to becoming a millionaire on the cover, but once you open them and look inside, there's no magical million dollar formula. This one is no exception. There is no magic formula, but there are some basic "laws" of money that are put forth for your consideration. It's nice to see old-school thought on the subject now and again, especially when it encourages good habits and a principles-based approach to one's financial life. Just because something is old doesn't mean it's not good anymore.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ayo

    Audible book. 2 hours in length. Great presentation and narration. Precisely accurate information in a great format.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Juan Chavez

    Great book! It does touch alot on the jewish religion but the advice and thoughts are excellent! A couple of big ideas i want to remember before I list the main ideas. God gives you an unfinished product. He gives you the tools and the clay to mold what you want to create. Our obligation is to improve the world we got from God. You cannot do Gods work if you are poor. Therefore, God wants you be financially successful. You cannot help others to eat of you are constantly hungry yourself. It makes Great book! It does touch alot on the jewish religion but the advice and thoughts are excellent! A couple of big ideas i want to remember before I list the main ideas. God gives you an unfinished product. He gives you the tools and the clay to mold what you want to create. Our obligation is to improve the world we got from God. You cannot do Gods work if you are poor. Therefore, God wants you be financially successful. You cannot help others to eat of you are constantly hungry yourself. It makes then that the more you give the more you receive. Big ideas: 1-“Wisdom is really the key to wealth. With great wisdom, comes great wealth and success. Rather than pursuing wealth, pursue wisdom. The aggressive pursuit of wealth can lead to disappointment." 2-The problem is generally not money. Jesus taught that the problem was attachment to possessions and dependence on money rather than dependence on God. 3-Rich people have small TVs and big libraries, and poor people have small libraries and big TVs. 4-They key is to work extremely hard for a short period of time (1-5 years), create abundant wealth, and then make money work hard for you through wise investments that yield a passive income for life. 5-Whenever you pursue a goal, it should be with complete focus. This means no interruptions.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Craig Copeland

    Brilliant!!! What a fantastic and thoroughly enjoyable read. As someone whom has Jewish friends, I've always marvelled at how successful this remarkable group of people are at living a productive and fruitful life. I've always wanted to know how they did it. And this book certainly helps to shed some light and deliver insight into the classic Jewish wisdom regarding wealth. Highly recommended. Brilliant!!! What a fantastic and thoroughly enjoyable read. As someone whom has Jewish friends, I've always marvelled at how successful this remarkable group of people are at living a productive and fruitful life. I've always wanted to know how they did it. And this book certainly helps to shed some light and deliver insight into the classic Jewish wisdom regarding wealth. Highly recommended.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Manohar Grandhi

    I loved the way the author has categorized all the points in a simple manner that can be easily understood. I always knew the statistics of the way Jews as a community do so well but the internal secrets have been brilliantly described in this book. I would have loved a one-on-one interview with a successful Jew who implemented the principle described so that we know a living example of how they are implementing a principle.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Petra

    Better books on the subject While I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, I felt it was not as in depth as other books I have read on the same topic. I believe that this book best functions as a sound introduction. Then, the reader should find other sources with more examples and explanations a of the New Testament.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jackee Neely

    Doable Tips The information presented resonates with me because it is aligned with the teachings from the Torah and Talmud. The author also lists resources for the reader to use in order to take action and apply the wisdom being presented under each code listed.

  11. 5 out of 5

    LAKIA

    Based on Scripture It’s not a bad read. Be prepared to learn about the Tora and how it pertains to gaining wealth and maintaining it. Gives a lot of resources to read and look into for better understanding and knowledge.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Very obvious principles laid out. They reference the Bible. It is not a religious book. It list sound principles to keep the money you earn. All young people should be required to read this book and learn the principles with which to live in this world.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Leonard A. Edwards

    Extremely Great Book on the Power of Giving It was a amazing journey learning the Jewish customs for providing for themselves by providing for others. I hope and pray all will take it to heart.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Scott Wallis

    Keys to Wealth You can gain the keys to wealth by learning the purpose and blessing wealth can be. Be delivered from the poverty mindset that consumes our world today.

  15. 4 out of 5

    A

    High level of Religious Pollution Do you believe in Scientism that you use science in your life?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Foluso Olowude

    Short and packed with relevant information. I really enjoyed this book! It's a great summary of the Jewish laws of wealth. I highly recommend it - short and full of relevant info. Short and packed with relevant information. I really enjoyed this book! It's a great summary of the Jewish laws of wealth. I highly recommend it - short and full of relevant info.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Benson Okinyi Aseto

    Very enlightening With the Torah guiding every step, it is refreshing to note that giving is one of the best things that would make a great difference in the world we live in

  18. 4 out of 5

    Neynoel Perez

    Must read! A lot of wisdom here We need to learn this knowledge and structure habits to implement in our lives. Be aware always of the divine purpose

  19. 4 out of 5

    Donna Partow

    Insightful A quick insightful read that offers a fresh perspective on wealth from a Jewish perspective. Picked up quite a few useful gems

  20. 5 out of 5

    mahmud NMA

    Packed with wisdom Awesomeness. Very interesting book. Packed with wisdom. Everyone aspiring to be successful must have to study it carefully time and over again.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jasmyne Wall

    Charity What a gift to read this book! I have recommended it to my friends. Somethings very eye-opening for me and will definitely change the course of my life in giving.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jose Dominici

    Different view on growing your wealth Short book on learning to grow your wealth and yourself wiser. Lot of links lot of references. Very good read

  23. 5 out of 5

    Keri Fuller

    Wonderful read!! All salient points...should be required reading! Worth reading again & again! I will recommend this book to many, many others!

  24. 4 out of 5

    steve shoemaker

    Great insights Excellent book and great clarity on why the Jewish people are more successful. You can learn to apply it too.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kristian Strauss

    Reads like the richest man in babylon and gives you a reason to go read the book of psalms, short but educational.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Davide

    Great book, terrible title

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ronke Joseph

    So Practicable ! As far as I know this is the best book on wealth creation and investing . You want to read it over and again.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Murdock

    Practical Thoughts I took great points of investing your money, keep your expenses low and avoid debt. That stood out to me a lot.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lorena Zorrilla

    Very illustrative Learned a lot about how Jews manage money. Clear and very interesting. Finances in a pod. Everyone should read a few books about finances. This is a good start.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Israel Ferrer

    This was an incredible read. Much of what was said in the text resonates with my current paradigm. Makes me ponder what it would have been like to grow up practicing Judaism.

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