Kahriman’s path to financial freedom started fifteen years ago.
A refugee of the Yugoslavian war, Kahriman and his family settled down in Silicon Valley. His father working construction, his mother managing estates for those who profited big off the “Dot.com Boom.” It is at this point in his life that Kahriman realized the financial opportunities presented to those willing and able to successfully navigate the stock market. Soon after, Kahriman met his “investing mentor,” an immigrant himself, who made a fortune investing and trading securities using Japanese candlesticks.
Kahriman continued his investing and trading studies while excelling in the classroom and on the football field. He received a scholarship to play collegiate football, earned the President’s Scholar Award at the University of British Columbia, graduated Magma Cum Laude from the University of California, Berkeley, and attained his law degree by age twenty-six. With the same drive and determination that led to his academic and athletic success, Kahriman studied the stock market.
After years of research, mentorship, data collection, analysis, and countless hours practicing trading and investing with stock market simulators, Kahriman created a trading system designed to minimize risk and maximize profit. Kahriman opened his first brokerage account with just $500. By the end of the first quarter, that account grew well over 1,500%. With the goal of helping us all realize our own “American Dream,” Kahriman embarked upon telling his story and teaching others to invest and trade in the stock market.