Beggar who became millionaire by investing: Curt Degerman


Posted by on December 14, 2015

Curt Degerman: The millionaire beggar

Meet Curt Degerman, A begger who became millionaire by investing. millionaire beggar For 40 years he spent his days searching through bins of a small Swedish town called Skellefteå. Looking for scrap metal and tin cans. After he died of a heart attack aged 60 it was discovered he had left behind a portfolio of stocks and shares worth at least $1,100,000 in a Swiss bank account and a safety deposit box containing 124 gold bars valued at $375,000. Curt hardly ever spent any money and used to eat leftovers from bins of a fast food restaurant. But everyday he would go to the library to read the daily business newspaper, using what he learnt to help him choose his investments.

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