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29 Year old has Billion Dollar Portfolio and Won't Say How He got It

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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 12:54 PM
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originally posted by: liveandlearn
a reply to: mazzroth

Or he may be hauling drugs for the CIA big time and keeps a portion of the profits. Would be a big reason 'he can't say'


Close, but in my experience no cigar. You can make lots of money if you know whats up, but that amount is pretty ridiculous and in short order.

However, more likely he blackmailed some billionaires. Perhaps he came across documented plans and stole copies of them and threatened to release them to the world. That would be worth the pay off to some of these assholes.




posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 12:56 PM
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originally posted by: Swills
What he hell is ice? Sounds like a lame drug out of a lame action movie.


Crystal meth in its purest form. It is clear like ice.



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:03 PM
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a reply to: DexterRiley




The poorest person on that list is worth $286 million.


Shall we send him a food and care parcel do you think?

Poor bloke...not even a billionaire.

I wouldn't mind his kind of poor.



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:08 PM
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However, more likely he blackmailed some billionaires. Perhaps he came across documented plans and stole copies of them and threatened to release them to the world. That would be worth the pay off to some of these assholes.


Doubt it...a billionaire would have the resources and contacts to simply 'make the problem go away permanently'...much less risk of him talking to the wrong people that way.



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:19 PM
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originally posted by: MysterX
a reply to: spirit_horse




However, more likely he blackmailed some billionaires. Perhaps he came across documented plans and stole copies of them and threatened to release them to the world. That would be worth the pay off to some of these assholes.


Doubt it...a billionaire would have the resources and contacts to simply 'make the problem go away permanently'...much less risk of him talking to the wrong people that way.



Depends. You can't kill one person if what you are protecting could be released anyway. Hence, if he found plans for say the takeover and destruction of Western Society, those could be well worth keeping under wraps until you reach a point where it wouldn't make any difference for the plan to be revealed.

Anyway, the point is probably moot as his explanation and amount of money is a little different that the article states.



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:46 PM
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a reply to: pl3bscheese


It's hillarious people believe the top rich lists and reason if they're not in it, they can't possibly have the wealth claimed.


I assume your comment is directed at me. So, let me explain my logic to you:

This person claims to have 1.5 billion dollars. His claim is that he came by this money via legitimate sources. Therefore, assuming the list of richest Australians is constructed based on public information, he should be on it.

He claims to have significant ownership in the ASX 200. He even indicates that he some amount of control over this multi-trillion dollar fund. Anyone with such visible wealth could not avoid being on this list.

My conclusions are based on his public statements. Therefore, because his public statements appear to be incredible and unsubstantiated, I conclude that he does not have the wealth he claims.

Now, if I extend the parameters of my research to include illegal sources of income, I have no information to confirm or deny his wealth. I have no idea about Australian laws, but in the US with the level of wealth that he claims, if it can not be correlated to a legitimate source, it would be immediately confiscated and an investigation launched into his activities.

Furthermore, while there have been some supposition that this gentleman obtained his wealth in the same manner as Pablo Escabar, I submit that it took Escabar many years to build his multi-billion dollar empire. He employed many people, including several full-time bodyguards. From the limited information available, Phillip Johnathan Harrison had no such infrastructure in place. And if he had built and/or controlled such an gargantuan criminal enterprise, he would already be well known to the authorities and likely not released as quickly as he was.

It has also been proposed that Harrison may have acquired his wealth via illegal Internet activity. Again, there is no corroborating evidence to support this supposition. However, I will admit that it is a plausible scenario. Although I still question whether he would be able to amass the fortune that he claims from that source.

In summary, I have defended my sources, my logic, and my conclusions. In the absence of any further evidence on your part, I have nothing further to say on this topic.

Finally, while I find your statement to be somewhat ignorant, I am always happy to make someone laugh and to bring a smile to their otherwise sad faces.


-dex



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:59 PM
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originally posted by: MysterX
a reply to: DexterRiley




The poorest person on that list is worth $286 million.


Shall we send him a food and care parcel do you think?

Poor bloke...not even a billionaire.

I wouldn't mind his kind of poor.

I think he could send each of us a care package that includes a sports car and pay for it with the change in his pocket.

I agree that "poor" was not a good choice of words in referring to someone worth $286 million. Perhaps "least wealthy" would have been better.

-dex



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 03:21 PM
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Remember the time traveller Trader guy Andrew Carlssin . $800 to $350 Million.. In 2003.




So here we have a supposed time traveler named Andrew Carlssin who was reportedly arrested in January 2003 for being too lucky on the stock market for SEC violations he made 126 high-risk stock trades and was successful on every one. Carlssin the time traveler started with an initial investment of $800 and ended with over $350,000,000, which is just amazing so it drew the attention of the SEC. Later reports say that after his arrest, he submitted a four-hour confession wherein he claimed to be a time traveler from 200 years in the future. OMG really? He offered to tell investigators such things as the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and the cure for AIDS in return for a lesser punishment and to be allowed to return to his time craft, although he refused to tell investigators the location or workings of his craft. So what hapened to this dude? He dissapeared after his 1 million dollar bail. He then dissapeared and has no records of ever being around. . . Spooky! Its an interesting story, and this thread is to talk about the possibilities of time travel. When will the public learn to travel in time?


Now when someone says they have owned something it can be taken to mean that they have beaten it in some way ?

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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 03:38 PM
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Maybe he invented bitcoin



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 04:51 PM
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originally posted by: DexterRiley
a reply to: pl3bscheese

This person claims to have 1.5 billion dollars. His claim is that he came by this money via legitimate sources. Therefore, assuming the list of richest Australians is constructed based on public information, he should be on it.


You failed on your second sentence. I quit reading when I realized you were that incredibly naive.
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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 05:06 PM
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originally posted by: pl3bscheese

originally posted by: DexterRiley
a reply to: pl3bscheese

This person claims to have 1.5 billion dollars. His claim is that he came by this money via legitimate sources. Therefore, assuming the list of richest Australians is constructed based on public information, he should be on it.


You failed on your second sentence. I quit reading when I realized you were that incredibly naive.

Whatever. The fact that you failed to read and comprehend the entire post just proves my concluding point is correct.


-dex



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 05:11 PM
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a reply to: SlowNail

Diamonds....?



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 05:24 PM
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People are still arguing about the "billions" when he already said the billion was "million" as in 1.2 million and was erroneously reported by his lawyer. This is still a bizarre story, but much ado about nothing as far as the billions.



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 05:38 PM
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originally posted by: Halfswede
People are still arguing about the "billions" when he already said the billion was "million" as in 1.2 million and was erroneously reported by his lawyer. This is still a bizarre story, but much ado about nothing as far as the billions.


The $1.2 million number was for his property. In the same interview, he was still claiming ownership of significant assets in the ASX 200, even to the point of having significant control of that fund.

To be clear, I don't believe anything he, or his lawyer, has to say. But I like to give everyone the benefit of the doubt, thus the reason for my research.

-dex



posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 06:41 AM
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I think there is a lot more to this story...

1. The guy come across as uneducated so definitely didn't make the money share trading or through illicit means (not 2+ billion anyway).

2. He is not linked to any wealthy families so he didn't inherit it.

3. Too much money to have come from lotto winnings.

... Was it a computer glitch or did he in fact get it from the govt. we will have to wait and see re cpu glitch but I highly doubt it. So it leaves one wondering why would the government give him 2+ billion.

1. Is it because he holds some information - proof aliens exist, who killed jfk etc? Why not just kill him.

2. Does he have a natural ability and can predict the future? Surely he would have predicted the arrest.

3. Did he find something ?

I think he found something or someone ... Something that forced the govt to keep him alive. He is not that intelligent for a number of reasons... Especially for advising the world that the "govt gave me the money". Watch MS media explain this away in the next cpl days.

Whatever the reason we know it caused him to...
1. Try to live in obscurity;
2. Not have any real connections or significant others;
3. Turned to drugs.

So whatever it is it must not be good.

I just realised ... What if he was a amature star gazer ??? And he has spotted an incoming asteroid which is potentially world changing!!! It would explain the hush money... The fact he is not that bright... And the reasons why he turned to drugs/no significant other.
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posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 07:56 AM
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Maybe his Lawyer was a bit slow.. For instance mistaking 1.2M for 1.2B and maybe the dude had a fake play bank account with a fictitious balance ??

play.google.com...
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posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 08:49 AM
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I watched a channel 7 news clip and they said that the B was confirmed. 500m in cash and 1.5 B in property eg share and fixed property.

In court he also said he came into the money in the last 1-2 years, govt gave it to him and his not at liberty to say why.

a reply to: skywatcher44



posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 09:15 AM
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I am interested to see how the story will continue. In a few online reports from OZ I have heard Phillip Johnathan Harrison
claimed his lawyer had mistakenly said 1.2B instead of 1.2M, he also said he accumulated his bank balance from ASX shares


"I didn't lie about that. It's $1.2 million in land, the rest in shares, ASX. I own the ASX 200, I'm in control of it," he said. When asked if he had $596 million in his bank account, Harrison said he was not sure. "It's the banks that do all the adding up, I don't really know," he said. Harrison claimed the money came from profitable shares and from overseas sources, and that is wealth had nothing to do with drugs.


"How would I make billions in drugs without being caught? My investments, my ideas in cars, apps, trade, I sold them overseas, have been for years," he said.



posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 12:32 PM
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Here is a small news report with him on the day..



I find it a bit odd as no news about him has as yet been dug up by the press.. Family, friends or work colleagues.. All photos seem to be very recent ?
Will he turn up for his court appearance on the 18th April . Awaiting developments $500m is not a small amount..
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posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 10:31 PM
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Latest news saying it could have been a fake account ? A Courier mail article is saying this. Its a premium service so I cannot access.. ( Link on the page )



Now it seems it wasn’t all as it seemed. The Courier Mail reports Harrison may have used a computer app that makes a bank account look genuine, but is in fact a fake account. People with a lot of money in their accounts are usually granted bail because they are considered less likely to try and flee before their case is brought back to court.


www.news.com.au... 93f496cec5b2a3fa48ac4035689b9dc

Also says he has a Facebook account so if anyone wants to access look it up.. ( I no do Face*ook )

Still more questions than answers..

Ha ( This is a big loud HA ) If anyone is wondering why I am interested 00.1% of that money mentioned could right track my life and I am looking for any tiny clues.
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