Paul Tudor Jones II is an American billionaire hedge fund manager, conservationist and philanthropist. In 1980, he founded his hedge fund, Tudor Investment Corporation, an asset management firm headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.
How did he get rich? Well, his asset management firm, Tudor Investment Corporation, now operates a reported $9 billion in assets.
Jones got his start at his dad’s small business paper, the Memphis Daily News. There, he was writing under the name Paul Eagle during his high school and college days.
This documentary sheds light on his trading strategy. The legendary forex, commodity trader has a net worth of more than $7 billion.
He and his wife are part of the Giving Pledge. They have vowed to donate more than half of their wealth to charity during their lifetime or after their deaths.
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