At the time he was eight, Christon “The Truth” Jones was as of now a self-beginning business visionary, having wrote his first book that conveys a solid message on confidence and tormenting in youth sports.
As a student-athlete, Christon had confronted tormenting from his colleagues, about breaking his fantasies of playing football. In any case, with his confidence in God, the solid bond he imparts to his mom, and the status to search inside himself, he was eager to prevail at all expense. This is the thing that enlivened his book The Win Within to give expectation and support to other youngsters in a comparable circumstance.
Inside 90 days of selling his book way to entryway, the youthful virtuoso made over $5000 and by the age of 10, he had just turned into a worldwide smash hit writer, having an online genius course – Truth Success Series, that incorporates youngsters and grown-ups who might need to take advantage of his astuteness.
Before long, the 10-year-old from Mississippi got national and worldwide features, with solicitations to address groups of onlookers comprehensively and with designations in techpreneurship programs.
At that point his example of overcoming adversity started: in that equivalent year, self-taught Christon and his mom got hold of an account of a 14-year old speculator who made $50,000 off the share trading system. Completely propelled by this, Christon and his mom took venture courses and soon, he started day-exchanging stocks, making as much as $10,000 inside a couple of months.
“It’s much more fun to buy stuff when you know you own part of the company so I like to splurge on X-Box games and of course Amazon is my first choice when my mom has to order stuff,” he was quoted by Real Estate Investor Summit.
The much sought-after speaker who has given numerous interviews with major media outlets is passionate about speaking to urban youth and former athletes on how to make money investing. His mission is to help 1000 people become successful, and he does this one stock at a time.
“Microsoft usually comes out with a new game system in November so you should buy the stock in September so you can buy low and sell high,” one of the business tips he shared with Fox News in an interview this June.
Voted by teachers as the best mathematician, the young prodigy is otherwise known as “The Truth”, a name that is directly linked with his business philosophy. That name explains more about the secret to his success.
T – Tap 20 companies that you really like. Be sure to choose companies in which you already buy their stuff.
R – Research these companies and find everything you can. Read AND watch the news.
U – Understand the company’s historical data. How has it been performing in the past? There could be key indicators to predict its future performance.
T – Trade AFTER closing. Day trading can be an emotional roller coaster. Sleep on it and trade the next day.
H – Have an entry & exit strategy. Know what your bottom line numbers are, to determine when you will buy the stock and when you have hit your profit number so you get out. And stick to it!
Christon is one of the many astounding children who have broken the status quo and achieved the unthinkable, creating successful businesses. Mikaila Ulmer is a 14-year-old founder and CEO of Me & the Bees Lemonade based in Austin, Texas, U.S. who has also mentioned writing a children’s book on how to start and grow a business.
Mr Cory’s Cookies, popular Yummy Cookie company in New Jersey was also started by a six-year-old boy in the form of hot cocoa on the streets but is now a household name.
Toil and Trouble Bath, a business that offers artisanal bath soaps on the streets of New Mexico was founded by Donovan Tyee, a former homeless boy who makes his cupcake-shaped soap using aloe vera and goat milk.
It has since become a big business and the 15-year-old donates about 20 per cent of sales from his products to charity.
Meanwhile, Christon has hinted of organising his own kids-only business conference next year to share his knowledge and experience about the need to invest while young.