12-year-old African CEO Christon Jones to change 1 000 people’s lives

12-year-old African CEO Christon Jones to change 1 000 people’s lives

- 12-year-old Christon Jones is making waves as a home-schooled CEO

- Christon Jones is also an author who made $5 000 within 90 days of publishing his book

- He has set out to make 1 000 people hugely successful

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A 12-year-old boy named Christon Jones, who is home-schooled, is making it big trading on the stock market and plans to help 1 000 people become successful.

According to Blackbusiness.com, Christon Jones, also known as 'The Truth', made $10 000 just a few months after starting out with day trading.

He decided to start after he heard a news report of a 14-year-old who made $50 000 and was greatly inspired by that success. Christon is now the CEO of a well-performing brand called Return On Investment, LLC.

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Before the stock market came on the scene, the 14-year-oldwas successful as an international keynote speaker and a writer.

His first book was published when he was just eight years old. He sold the books door-to-door and made about $5 000 from that.

The book went on to become a bestseller which gained him international recognition, going on to speak on three different continents to significant numbers of audiences.

Christon has already won several great accolades. Notably, he was once nominated as a Black Enterprise Teenpreneur of the Year.

When asked about his secret to stock market success, the young boy gave it as the initials of his business:

T - Tap 20 companies you like a lot

R - Research these companies and find all you can

U - Understand the historical background of the companies

T - Trade even after you close

H - Have an entry & exit strategy

He affirms that he is on a mission to make 1 000 people greatly successful with his endeavours.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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