Monday, 25 August 2014

John Templeton : One of the biggest stosk investors in the world



John Marks Templeton was a financial specialist and common trust pioneer. He was conceived in the town of Winchester, Tennessee, and went to Yale University, where he was an aide business supervisor for yard diversion magazine Yale Record and was chosen for enrollment in the Elihu society. He financed a parcel of his educational cost by playing poker, an amusement at which he excelled. He graduated in 1934 close to the highest point of his class. He went to Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and earned a M.A. in law.