Timothy Sykes

Clusterstock  May 21  Comment 
Ever wondered what "Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort's Instagram posts would look like? Look no further than the feed of Timothy Sykes, a multimillionaire who, just like Belfort, made a fortune trading penny stocks in his early twenties. Also...
Clusterstock  Feb 25  Comment 
Former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress and Tim Sykes, who identifies himself as a millionaire trader are going to "work together." We're not sure what that means, but it's on Twitter. Burress served time in jail after he...
Forbes  Nov 28  Comment 
Imagine creating a blog where you generate millions in revenue each year by writing about your greatest passion. Timothy Sykes doesn’t have to imagine. That’s what he does at his blog, TimothySykes, where he teaches his followers about...
Forbes  Oct 31  Comment 
Many bloggers dream of creating a site with the reach of Perez Hilton, Timothy Sykes or Dooce, but, as they often discover, it's not as easy as it looks. It often takes months to start bringing in revenue, and many bloggers don't earn a full-time...
The Wild Investor  Jun 3  Comment 
Stock trading is a lot of fun and can be very rewarding. Unfortunately, it can be punishing and tricky to navigate if you have no guidance or support. The era of social networking and online interaction is looking to break into these...
Clusterstock  Jun 18  Comment 
Thirty-one year-old penny stock trader Timothy Sykes spoofed Ben Affleck's famous speech from "Boiler Room" in a YouTube video promoting his trading education company. Here's Sykes' version: "I'm a millionaire.  It's weird, right? I'll tell...
Clusterstock  Aug 23  Comment 
Penny stock trader Timothy Sykes is looking for a penny stock queen. A beauty queen, that is.  Sykes announced on his website that he's hosting the "Miss Penny Stock 2012" contest, Page Six first reported. For the pageant, women ages 21...
Finance Documentaries  Dec 17  Comment 
This episode of Wall Street Warriors follows the latest exploits of Timothy Sykes (The Start-up), Sandra Navidi (The Deal Maker), Parker Quillen (The Portfolio Manager). From the website: As Sandra works on closing a $500 million deal, a looming...
Clusterstock  Feb 12  Comment 
Penny stock commentator Timothy Sykes and basketball star Shaquille O'Neal are in a hot battle over Shaq's involvement with penny stock company NXT Nutritionals Holdings Inc. (NXTH). Sykes claims in a post that Shaq is a compensated spokesperson...
Stock Market Prognosticator  Aug 19  Comment 
There is a hedge fund manager named Timothy Sykes. He is the subject of a television show called Wall Street Warriors, which details the travails of several emerging figures in the financial markets. Wall Street Warriors He and I couldn't be...

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Timothy Sykes (born 1981, Orange, CT) is an American investor, business person, and former hedge fund manager, featured in the reality television show Wall Street Warriors, and is author of the book, "An American Hedge Fund: How I Made $2 Million as a Stock Operator & Created a Hedge Fund".

His trading strategy is to profit by buying into the hype and manipulation in low priced stocks and then short selling when the hype and manipulation fades. This dual strategy made Timothy a millionaire before his 22nd birthday--he turned $12,415 in Bar Mitzvah gift money into $1.65 million[citation needed]--and earned him 197% in 2008[citation needed], leading him to become the top-ranked investor, out of 15,000+ on Covestor.com. He's an active trader/blogger at http://www.TimothySykes.com.

Early Years

Through his investments, Sykes grew his $12,415 free handout money into $1.65 million from 1999-2002[citation needed] while he was pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from Tulane University. He received a major in Philosophy and minor in Business from Tulane in 2003.

Hedge Fund Manager

In early 2003, Sykes founded Cilantro Fund Management LLC, a hedge fund based in New York City. The fund was ranked number one Short Bias Hedge Fund for 2003-2006 by BCS before closing in late 2007 after losing roughly one third of its value due to an illiquid investment in Cygnus E Transactions (CYGT.PK).


In late-2007, after suffering a roughly 35% loss over two years, he closed his hedge fund and created a publishing company, BullShip Press, LLC to promote Freedom of Finance, the concept of a hedge fund manager’s right to discuss their business freely without risk of penalty or censorship. Following this thinking, Timothy also introduced TIM, short for Transparent Investment Management, with the goal of repeating his original feat of turning $12,415 given to him from wealthy friends and family, into $1.65 million, this time around detailing the step-by-step process on TimothySykes.com, becoming the first hedge fund manager to openly detail their investment strategies for all to see.


TimothySykes.com is a growing financia blogging website featuring daily commentary about Tim's trades, trading strategy, and general opinion of the financial industry. If you are lucky you can even watch this 13 year old at heart post videos of how incredibly awesome he is.

The TIM brand is growing fast, earning Tim $83,358 in December 2008.[1] The websites growth can partially be attributed to the success of his short selling strategy in the recent bear market. According to his website, Tim claims his portfolio is up 229% since 2007[2]

Shorting stocks is Timmys favorite, as it is more fun to make money while others are losing it, and rub it is as soon as possible afterwards.

Educational DVD's

Timothy Sykes and Bullship Press publish educational DVDs about the Pennystocking strategy. The original 6-hour-DVD-set, for better or worse, details Timothy Sykes' most valuable experiences and lessons learned. The PennyStocking DVD set costs $297.00 and is available @ timothysykes.com.

PennyStocking Part Deux builds on the original PennyStocking DVD to teach you even more penny stock chart patterns and trading strategies, now updated for recent industry regulations, intraday charts and 2007+ 2008 detailed trades. PennyStocking Part Deux costs $397.00 and is also available @ timothysykes.com.


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