Si makes a good point re John Moores.
Too many of our supporters are quick to forget that we were the "money" team back then. However the main difference was that any money from him was only ever a loan and that to break even in terms of finance, we only had to average 34,000 p/w.
Most of the investors today don't put their own money in, or set up the club to break even.
However on the original post, it surely doesn't make any difference where the money is from? If they are not an Evertonian then they could be from anywhere for all I care.
One thing that should be kept in mind though, is that we are not doing ok at present.
If we were to fall down the league for a number of seasons, we won't be able to afford our wage bill. That equals selling players, which usually equals more dropping down the league. I think we can all see where that argument is heading.
Our current "rosy" picture is solely built on decent PL performances. There is hardly any off the pitch support to our financial position.
Even if a new owner had very little money, it is of vital importance that they know how to run things properly. Including turning up to board meetings etc...