About Lance Ippolito
Lance Ippolito is an ex-hedge fund trader that specializes in making large amounts of money in short periods of time. He developed his own software to spot big moves in the market. He uses that information to make aggressive moves, and he doesn’t look at trades that can’t at least double his money.
After graduating from the University of South Florida with a B.S. in Finance, Lance began his career as an analyst for Citigroup’s Global Markets, where they had $250 billion in assets under management.
He learned all the secrets behind Wall Street’s top-performing strategies and more importantly… all of their billion-dollar blind spots.
Lance left the hedge fund world to have more free time and enjoy the money he makes day trading. He took a two-week vacation to Costa Rica.
Those two weeks soon turned into two months. . .
While on his extended vacation, Lance realized that he can trade from anywhere in the world with a laptop and internet access. So, he returned to the United States and began to trade and invest his own money in stocks, options, and medical cannabis companies.
In 2017, Lance started his own hedge fund and personally raised $3 million for a medical cannabis company that now has a market cap of over $297 million.
Lance’s biggest goal in life is to never have to “work” and make every day feel like an easy, breezy summer vacation in the Caribbean. He has worked to create more free time to enjoy the money he makes trading, spending his days on the boat fishing, or hanging with his cats. He trades to live, as opposed to living to trade.
Lance loves nothing more than helping his members succeed. He firmly believes in education and mentorship, which has allowed him to teach over 50,000 Future of Wealth and New Money Crew students how to trade.
His youthful ambition and laid-back attitude have given him the courage to pursue profitable strategies that older, more traditional investors haven’t had the courage to consider. Lance has been featured on Cheddar TV, CNN Business, and other media outlets for his market analysis.