Adam Sosnick sits down with Jamie Rogozinski, who is the founder of the wall street bets forum. In this interview they go over the history of wall street bets, the investment philosophy that Boomers have vs millennials and his personal investment strategy.
About the Guest: Jaime Rogozinski founded WallStreetBets in 2012–a large online community which yields a commanding presence in the world of finance. It has been featured in Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch as well as Bloomberg, CNBC, Money Magazine, Forbes, Vice, Business Insider and Fortune.
About the host: Adam “Sos” Sosnick has lived a true rags to riches story. He hasn’t always been an authority on money. In fact, he was quite the opposite… Before hitting it big in finance in his thirties, he worked every job under the sun. In 2006, eager to start making serious money, Sos got an entry-level job at a financial firm as a cold-caller. After a few years of putting his nose to the grindstone and learning the ropes of the finance trade, Sos got promoted to VP of Sales and began to rack in serious money. Despite the financial world around him crumbling in the 2008 Great Recession and people going from making millions to losing their jobs overnight, Sos’s net worth skyrocketed. Seeing what was happening around him led him to recognize the SAVE THAT MONEY mantra.
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