Tim Sykes is the editor of Tim Sykes’ Weekly Fortunes, a bi-weekly penny stock trader.
He also writes the free daily e-letter, Tim Sykes’ Penny Stock Millionaires
Tim’s most famous for turning the $12,415 dollars he received at his Bar Mitzvah into more than $1.65 million dollars in trading profits by college graduation.
In 2003, he launched a hedge fund which was the #1 ranked short bias fund by Barclay for 3 years. Then, he realized that his trading strategy wasn’t scalable.
So, in 2006, Tim said “screw it” and wrote a book detailing his experiences, called “An American Hedge Fund” (which you should absolutely read if you haven’t already).
He decided to take things even further by launching a publishing company and a blog that would detail his trading activities and give Tim a way to launch brutally honest financial newsletters and instructional DVDs.
Since launching the TimothySykes.com blog, he’s published thousands of posts (8,000+ at last count) demonstrating how he’s taken his latest brokerage account to $213,026 and counting—a gain of more than 1,500%.
Tim has been ranked the #1 trader out of 60,000+ investors on Covestor, and has been featured on CNN Money, Fox & Friends, and pretty much every major business and financial news outlet.
In his spare time, Tim loves to travel. He’s been to more than 100 countries so far and had the chance to hang out with some of the world’s most interesting and most successful people. You can follow Tim’s travels on Instagram and Youtube, where you’ll get even more of an insider look into the millionaire lifestyle provided by his trading system.
Tim’s other big love is teaching. So far, Tim has over 5,000 students in more than 70 countries, and they’re doing amazing things. More than four dozen of Tim’s students are currently earning six figures a year, and two of them have gone on to become millionaires for scratch. These students learn from newsletters, DVDs and all the free information that you will find on this blog.
Tim doesn’t just talk the talk when it comes to pennystocking. He walks the walk as well – and he teaches his students to get rich by doing the same.