The road to Asia is paved with gold — and Tony Sagami is your investment guide.
Tony was born in Japan, a child of a Japanese waitress and a private in the U.S. Army, but migrated to America as a young child and was raised on a small vegetable farm near Tacoma, Washington. On that farm, Tony learned the value of hard work and education from his parents. Tony completed the requirements for his Eagle Scout badge when he was 13 years old and later went on to the University of Washington, determined to make a fortune in the investment business. And that he did.
“I grew up poor and I didn’t like it,” said Tony. “But my parents taught me how to work harder than anybody else and to always, always keep your promises.”
Tony lives part of the year in northwest Montana near Glacier National Park and the rest is various parts of Asia. He coached youth basketball for years, is a Paul Harris Rotarian, enjoys hiking around the Montana mountains, and extensively travels throughout Asia on his hunt for the next great home-run stock.