He turned $12,000 into $7 million... Tim Sykes started trading stocks when he was a teenager. By age 22, he was a self-made millionaire. But instead of living a luxurious lifestyle, he leverages his earnings to do good. Today, he trades penny stocks, teaches aspiring investors, and assists various charities through social media outreach. Sykes discusses his trading strategy and philanthropy with host Charles Mizrahi.
Before he graduated high school, Tim Sykes turned $12,000 of bar mitzvah money into $125,000. Since then, he's earned close to $7 million in profits — all from trading. In addition to being a penny stock trader, Skyes teaches aspiring investors how to follow his trading strategies and make money. To date, 21 of his students have become millionaires.
Philanthropy has also played a major role in Sykes’ life. He continuously donates his earnings to charities across the world and helps them gain exposure through social media and film. Sykes also started his own charity — Karmagawa — which supports education, the environment and animals.
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