This 23 Year Old South African Spent His College Tuition on Forex Trading. Now He is a Multi-Millionaire!
What would your parents do if you took the tuition money they’d given you for university and risked it on stocks? Most of us would never consider taking such a gamble, but that sort of rare courage is what launched the career of South Africa’s youngest millionaire.
Sandile Shezi wasn’t born into prosperity. In fact, the 23 year old business prodigy grew up an impoverished South African neighborhood. His parents were teachers who instilled the value of education into their son. Sandile attended Durban University of Technology, but when the time came to choose between paying his tuition and keeping his entrepreneurial ventures afloat, Sandile took the risk and invested his tuition into the Foreign Exchange market, or Forex.
The risk paid off for Sandile. Soon he realized that if he put all of his efforts into trading and learning how the market really worked, he could become very successful. Sandile began networking and learning from experienced currency traders. Now, he is one of the wealthiest young men in South Africa. Since making a name for himself and conquering the Forex market, Sandile has made it his goal to empower others to do the same. The Global Forex Institute, Sandile’s latest venture, exists to help other investors, regular people from villages like Sandile’s, learn how the Forex market works. The institute offers free beginner classes that teach investors how to really understand foreign currency trading.
At 23, South Africa’s youngest millionaire sees the bigger picture. He’s no longer about his own money and his own success, but about how he can help others rise out of poverty and into the sort of life that they dream of living.