During my time at university and also at the Big Four firm, I had built up a mid 5-figures stock portfolio after understanding what kind of business I needed to invest in. Every start is difficult, I failed and lost money, but I got up and learnt from my mistakes. I found out that my biggest problem was my emotions and not analytical or business skills. Getting my emotions under control when the stock market goes crazy was the key to my personal investment success.
Through this surprising success, my stock investing suddenly became a real income stream that led me into the wide world of financial freedom and independence.
Throughout my journey, I met kind, talented and creative people who helped me to grow my understanding of business models and my investing skills. I also realized quite early on that I wanted to help others take control of their financial destiny – and that was the spark that launched Wall St. Nerd.