Nick Hanaure isn’t part of the one percent; he’s part of the 0.01 percent. He’s a self-proclaimed “proud and unapologetic capitalist.”
How did this “mediocre student,” who says he’s “not the smartest guy you’ve ever met, or the hardest working,” rise to be one of the richest men in the world?
Hanaure says that what sets him apart is his “tolerance for risk and an intuition about what will happen in the future. Seeing where things are headed is the essence of entrepreneurship.”
He was one of the first investors in Amazon because his intuition told him that the Internet would mean the death of the retail industry as we knew it in the 90s, before we ran our entire lives online.
While Hanaure might have been part of the 99 percent back then, he was 100 percent right about the way the economy would shift.
So what does he predict for the future?
Watch Hanaure’s predictions.