Forty years ago this month, a kid from the Bronx, without a day of formal training or education, entered Wall Street as a “Stockbroker”, thanks to a wonderful man, Bob Knapp:
He would earned the moniker the “Wall Street Whiz Kid”
Making and losing millions not once but twice, the “Whiz Kid” would turn to fizz and battle depression to the point of losing the will to live.
Faith and finance would be merged in his career, that would include working and fellowshipping with numerous professional athletes for over 20 years.
His 40-year career and what was learned in it, has been chronicle in his book and booklets.
“Thank you, Jesus, for all the blessings, including the two best ones!” Peter