Attitude Defines Altitude In 1896, when the now-prestigious New York Times was in shambles, financier JP Morgan decisively took up the wrecks, remodeled the business, and raised it to become the high-quality media house that it is today. In fact, starting from his first day as a junior at Duncan, Sherman and Co, Morgan had never been afraid to take risks and go after opportunities when they presented themselves, that’s how he safely led Wall Street through the Panic of 1907 when banks were going bankrupt, pushed for the creation of our Federal Reserve System, and became one of the most legendary bankers in American history. Morgan’s success was sealed by an ultimate compliment made by Wall Street Journal: “God made the world in 4004 B.C. and it was reorganized in 1901 by J.P. Morgan.”John Paulson, another innovative thinker, bet against the housing market, anticipated widespread default, and his fund made $15 bn. Much like the business giants of a century ago, Paulson also made very daring acquisitions, such as IndyMac bank, which had been devastated by the subprime mortgage crisis. His radar for opportunities is proved sharp and accurate when this $1.55bn investment got recouped in less than a year Observation We live in rapidly changing times, and unusual times call for unconventional perspectives Our Edge Unlike many institutional wealth management firms, EAS offers innovative solutions that are not only custom-tailored, but also closely monitored and adjusted according to your changing financial goals.