If you want to retire young and retire rich, check out what these young guys did.
While Trader Daily is receiving nomination for the 2007 list of 30 under 30 Top Traders, I would want to review last year’s list with you.
Candidates have to be under 30 by September of the nomination year. In 2006, the youngest were only 25.
Visit my blog frequently. You’ll be amazed by the success stories of these young guys.
Here’s what the editors of the poll say:
“We polled the worldwide trading community in order to identify the top young talent currently slaying the capital markets. Behold the future – and the present – of trading.”
“They are TOO YOUNG to remember the original Dukes of Hazzard. When disco was in style, most of them were in diapers… These are the rising stars of the trading universe, 30 of the best traders age 30 or younger – as determined by you…”
30 Under 30 – age as of September 2006
1. Chandler Bocklage, SAC Capital Advisors, Stamford, CT
2. John DePalma, Bank of America, New York
Trades: Fixed income – short-term interest rate
3. Lee Frankenfield, Deutsche Bank, New York
Trades: Equity Variance
4. David Garonzik, Goldman Sachs, New York
5. Gualtiero Giori, Sagio Investments, Geneva
6. James Groth, independent, Chicago
Trades: Treasuries, gold and equity index futures
7. Adam Grunfeld, Comac Capital, London
Trades: Currencies, metals, equities, interest-rate futures/swaps and exotics
8. Gabriel Hammond, Alerian Capital Management, New York
Trades: Energy – MLPs/ETFs/futures
9. Rebecca Hogan, Morgan Stanley, New York
10. Lawrie Inman, Marex Financial, London
Trades: Bobl futures
11-20 - to be followed
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