After graduating from Vermont University, Ross Cameron went out and did the normal thing he felt society expected of him. He got a job. It was a decent line of work in an architectural design studio (Entrepreneur).
But ever since childhood, Cameron had been implanted with a different notion. It was the idea that going to an office every day, putting in eight hours and getting a fixed-amount paycheck was not the only way to garner wealth in America. Business leader Ross Cameron knew that some special people didn’t work nine to five for someone else.
Rather, they took it upon themselves to create their own wealth using one of the different kinds of opportunities that are possible in a great country like the United States. The business leader knew that his uncle had gained considerable wealth trading stocks on the NYSE. For Ross Cameron, the idea that he could command his own fate, do what he truly wanted to do and gain a comfortable financial situation was simply something he believed possible.
Thus, financial mentor Ross Cameron entered the realm of investment trading –- at first in a highly traditional and low-risk way. That meant researching publicly traded companies, purchasing stocks and then waiting months or years for them to grow in value.
It was the “waiting months or years” part that Ross Cameron was not too thrilled about. He wanted something more stimulating, and which could generate income faster. For him, that vehicle was day trading. Cameron plunged into the risky world of day trading with an urgent desire to succeed. After some wrong turns and a few painful lessons, he turned $500 into millions. The rest is history.