Shelby Davis, Sr.
Shelby Davis, Sr., began investing shortly after the market crashed in 1929. By 1938, he and his wife had set aside $50,000 for long-term investment. When he died in 1994, he had – through patient investing – turned that $50,000 into $900 million, mostly through investing in insurance stocks.
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