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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 convert 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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By ddd on 06-04-18
I have found this book to be misleading and disturbing. As an orthodox Jew, it is clear to me that the author wrote this book to capitalize on the prejudicial concept that Jews have money. The book is clearly not written by a Jew. Nor is the book narrated by somebody Jewish. Therefore this author speaks without any true experiencial knowledge of Jewish concepts in any way and only imagines Jewish religious doctrine based upon his reading of Jewish texts. The lives of almost every Jewish "saint" (tzadikim) going back 2000 years were lived in poverty. While there is nothing wrong with making a living...pursuit of the material is in no way held in high esteem. In fact it is considered by most religious Jews to be bitul Torah...that is, a waste of time that takes away from the study of Torah. If you want to know the actual Jewish thought regarding the respectible path that one is to follow...just read the biographies of any Jewish great leader...the vilna gaon, baba sali, rashi, rambam, etc. Like I said, I think it's misleading and manipulative. The book could have easily been titled...A Christian's Guide to Wealth from the Bible...and should have been.