Mr.A became an influent top trader and fund manager since his mid ’20s. Uncommon IQ along with outstanding performances year after year granted him the luxury to pick his apples from the industry (job offers coming from Top 5 world Banks). After 12 years, he moved on to manage 2 of the most profitable US Hedge Funds since recent years. 3 years ago he decided to run his own shop with outstanding assets under management and venture philanthropy projects around the globe, as one of his personal goals.
“Ben Franklin once said: An investment in Knowledge pays the best interest! When it comes to investing, nothing will pay off more than educating yourself. Do the necessary research, study and analysis before making any investment decisions. We all want wealth, but how do we achieve it? It starts with a successful career which relies on your skills and talents. Identify your talents and find a way to turn them into an income-generating vehicle. If you think investing is gambling, you’re doing it wrong. The work involved requires planning and patience. However, the gains you see over time are indeed exciting!”
- Strategy breakdown
- Markets precognition
- Adaptiveness to markets evolving conditions
“Sharing with all of you my business career stats won’t make you better nor different. Actually it might freighten you a little. The most important feature to know is that I never gave up on me. As a banker, trader, fund manager, or just as a person. In business as in life we all pass through challenges which make or break us. The hard part is holding tight on yourself, your talents, your own feature which are unique. You can’t find out there someone whos exactly your copy in any small detail. I challenge you!
When it comes to investing nothing will pay off more than educating yourself. Do the necessary research, study and analysis before making any investment decisions. At times, you will have to step out of your comfort zone to realize significancy. Know the boundaries of your comfort zone and practice stepping out of it in small doses. As much as you need to know the market, you need to know yourself too. Can you handle staying in when everyone else is jumping ship? Or getting out during the biggest rally of the century? There’s no room for pride in this kind of self-analysis. The best investment strategy can turn into the worst if you don’t have the stomach to see it through.”