Altruistic Wharton Alum Encourages Charitable Giving By Giving Away His
“Passive Income” High Return Investment Strategy For Free
Altruistic Wharton Alum creates unique hands-off investment strategy capable of sustaining
consistent high double-digit returns and makes unprecedented move by deciding to give it away
to others for free. His thesis is that if people use the strategy to become independently wealthy
and retire early, they can then, in turn, contribute some of their profits and their professional
skills to helping non-profit organizations that relieve human suffering: feeding the hungry,
clothing the naked, liberating the captive, and administering relief to the sick and afflicted.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 30, 2010 -- Today - Wharton Alum creates highly profitable investment strategy,
and instead of protecting it as a trade secret, he decides to share the strategy with others for free through The
Financial Freedom Foundation.org. This liberates people from trading time for money and encourages them to
focus more of their time, funds, and private sector skill sets on charitable endeavors. The January 20, 2010
Brookings Poverty Paper indicates that there are already 39.1 million Americans living in poverty, with many
cities already reaching the 30% poverty rate. This is a way for “private sector” individuals to do something about
the resulting social distress.
Through 10 yrs and over $250,000 of research, Mr. Thompson, who received his MBA from The Wharton
School, prepared to create his own hedge fund. While performing analysis of competing alternative investments,
he kept uncovering professional traders with longer track records and even better performance than his own.
Due to his entrepreneurial nature, he began to turn these “competitors” into “employees” and continued
performing serious due diligence on more top performing professional traders who did not trade exclusively for
large financial institutions. He searched for rare professional traders who performed above a threshold of