Most important forex traders in the game, part 3

Most important forex traders in the game, part 3

We have discussed just a few investors in our previous article. We will bring in some more additions for a tad more variety.

Paul Tudor Jones

Paul Tudor Jones is an American national. He was born on the 28th of September, 1954 in Tennessee.

He then went to the University of Virginia for his education. By 1976, he had a degree in Economics from the university. At this point, he did have the opportunity to go to the Harvard Business School. Instead, though, he opted to work in commodities at the NYSE. Later in life, he eventually also moved into forex trading. Mainly in fluctuations in currencies,

He founded his own company in 1980, the Tudor Investment Corporation.

He is now worth around $5.1 billion.

Martin Schwartz

Martin Schwartz was born on the 23rd of March in the United States.

For his education, he went to Amherst College, where he got his degree in 1967. He then got an MBA from Columbia, several years later in 1970.

He started off as a financial analyst, from where he started working up. He started getting into the US stock exchange, with great success in the first few years. In fact, in 2 years he made $1.2 million.

He is most famous for winning the 1984 US investing Championship, in trading various derivatives and stocks.

His net worth is uncertain.

Stanley Druckenmiller

Druckenmiller is another American, born on the 14th of June, 1953, in Pittsburgh.

His education was initially at Bowdoin College, from where he got a BA in English and Economics. Later, during his Ph.D. program at the University of Michigan, he dropped out for an oil analyst position.

Eventually, he ended up working as the lead portfolio manager for George Soros, from 1998 to the year 2000. This was at his Quantum Fund.

His current net worth stands at $4.7 billion. He has also made significant contributions to fundraisers, over $700 million. These were for education, medical research, and other similar endeavors.

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