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Anton Kreil’s Net Worth

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Anton Kreil's net worth

Have you heard of trading sensation Anton Kreil? He started trading at the young age of 16 and eventually became the Vice President of Goldman Sachs (one of the largest investment companies in the world). You may know him better from his British television show “Million Dollar Traders” or maybe you’ve heard about his $3,000 professional trading masterclass. Either way, Kreil is making bank. So, what is Anton Kreil’s net worth now and has he come by the money honestly?


Anton Kreil’s Profile:

Net worth in 2017: $10 million
Profession: Professional investor
Source Of Wealth: Investments, sale of courses
Residence: Singapore
Education: The University of Manchester


Anton Kreil’s Story

As mentioned above, Kreil started trading at a young age and he has been successful in a majority of his endeavors in the investing world. He has been able to grow his wealth as well as establish a name for himself, so much so that people are willing to pay him for his advice on investing.

Kreil didn’t always have it easy though. He was born into a rather poor family and was forced to live paycheck to paycheck much of his adolescent life. This is what initially drew him to investing to begin with. He wanted to be able to secure a financial future for himself. The young investor went on to study economics at the University of Manchester and sought out a career in finance.

Once he hit his mid-20s Kreil had been named Vice President of European Equities at JP Morgan. He also held positions at Lehman Brothers and Goldman Sachs and aimed to retire early (extremely early). Kreil left the investment banking industry at the young age of 28 (when most people are just getting started).

After traveling the world a bit Kreil decided to return to London where he began work on “Million Dollar Traders.” The short series aimed to educate people about the world of investment trading. as well as provide some entertainment value. Once he’d appeared on the show as a professional trader, a whole new line of business opened up for Kreil.

Now he was able to¬†sell¬†his advice, and that’s exactly what he did. But how did it all affect Anton Kreil’s net worth? Are people¬†really buying into his expertise?

Anton Kreil’s Net Worth

Anton Kreil's net worthHe has said in multiple interviews that he has been determined to get out and stay out of financial trouble (and he seems to be doing a good job of that). Anton Kreil’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million, a relatively high net worth for someone who retired at 28.

Of course a bulk of his cash was made early on in his career though his high position with JP Morgan and positions with other world-recognized investment banks. However, since he’s been retired from investment banking, Kreil has found a number of other ways to generate cashflow.

Kreil has set up online training classes for beginning investors. Users can gain one-month access to the online courses for $1,499 or a full year of access for $2,999. He also offers free seminars in some of the larger cities around the world (New York, Toronto, London, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong).

There is no doubt that Kreil is making a killing with his online training courses and seminars around the world, whether his classes are worth it or not is an entirely different question. One thing is for sure though, Kreil and his wealth aren’t going anywhere any time soon. In fact, he has plans to be the first trader in space, so be on the lookout for news about Anton Kreil in the future!

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