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Can TimothySykes of “An American Hedge Fund” Do It Again?

Posted on November 27, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Several Months ago Timothy Sykes contacted me about a new book he would soon be releasing named “An American Hedge Fund.” He sent me a free copy of his uncorrected proof and if I liked it then I would provide him with a testimonial. I can honestly say that the book was a really great read.

One of a few testimonials I sent him was this: “An American Hedge Fund by Timothy Sykes is a fascinating, entertaining and inspiring look into the life of a hedge fund millionaire.

The rest of this post was written by Timothy Sykes himself. He is working on a new transparent stock trading project that’s going to a lot of fun to watch. I’ll let him explain the details below which starts now…
I’m incredibly proud to announce that after reading and loving my debut book An American Hedge Fund, YOUNG MONEY Magazine made me the cover story for their November 2007 issue! The article is called Wall Street’s Bad Boy, which I love, so definitely check it out. And somehow I think the 200+ glowing reviews my book has received from business leaders, fund managers and other authors definitely played a part in helping me get cover stories on two of my hometown papers The Connecticut Business Journal and The Waterbury Republican-American.

Here’s a tip, if you ever get the chance to write a book, do so and write it honestly—it’s amazing how well people respond to honesty, whether or not it makes or breaks your reputation. It’s even more incredible to discover that many people have trouble understanding how finance and writing from the heart could ever go hand in hand. Well, finance is no different than any other profession or hobby where if you love what you’re doing and you’re willing to learn and adapt in the pursuit of success, you’ll succeed even if you fail because you’ll be able to understand the greatest happiness stems not from the end result, but from the process itself. (Yup, I majored in philosophy in college)

With that in mind, I’d like to tell you about a project I’ve been thinking about for a while now, but only after I closed my hedge fund on October 1st, have I been able to put all the pieces together. (which, in itself, is a sad commentary on the state of industry regulations)

What I plan to do is start all over again and repeat my original feat. I’ll begin with the same $12,415 in Bar Mitzvah Gift Money I originally received back in 1999 and trade my way back up to $1.65 million dollars for a second time, this time with everyone watching and learning alongside me. My goal is to help everyone learn by laying everything out there and breaking it down to the basics and I have a feeling I might also enjoy proving my naysayers wrong 🙂

I’m calling this challenge ‘TIM‘, short for Transparent Investment Management, but I’m not taking on any investors. None. Zero investors. This is all about me teaching people through my personal stock trading. You’ll finally be able to understand strategies like short selling and scalping – I know, scary stuff, but in time, you’ll understand.

I’m going to describe everything I do on TimothySykes.com. I will not give out stock picks ahead of time, instead, I’ll show everyone exactly what I’m doing so you guys can watch and interact with me while learning my strategies so, in time, you won’t need anyone else’s help whatsoever. The key is that I’ll hold nothing back. My every move will be open to public scrutiny. I’ll be using just a regular online discount broker to prove that anybody can do it. Perhaps most importantly, I’m gonna make it fun and entertaining. So when you read this email, the challenge will have already begun—I can promise you no other financial website will be so painstakingly honest.

Mark my words: it’s gonna get wild!

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2 Responses to “Can TimothySykes of “An American Hedge Fund” Do It Again?”

  1. bmunch

    - 27th Nov, 07 04:11pm

    But I don’t have $12,415. How about going from $12.41 to $1650?

    I know Timothy is teaching ideas on his blog, but to follow his advice capital is also very important.

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