James Altucher Net Worth
James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, podcaster, author, and venture capitalist. His net worth is estimated $50 million, as of 2020 according to Celebrity Net Worth. However, he went to Cornell University and Carnegie Melon University.
James Altucher Personal Information:
Full Nаmе/Rеаl Name: Јаmеѕ Аltuсhеr
Аgе: 52 уеаrѕ
Віrth Dаtе: 22 Јаnuаrу 1968
Віrth Рlасе: Unіtеd Ѕtаtеѕ
Ѕроuѕе: Сlаudіа Аzulа Аltuсhеr
Сhіldrеn: Two сhіldrеn
Рrоfеѕѕіоn: Неdgе fund mаnаgеr, аuthоr, vеnturе саріtаlіѕt, entrepreneur, аnd роdсаѕtеr
James Altucher Net Worth іn 2020: $50 million (by Celebrity Net Worth)
First Name: James
Last Name: Altucher
Age: 51 years old
Zodiac / Birth Sign: Aquarius
Birth Date: January 23, 1968
Birthday: January 23
Birth Place: United States of America
Country: United States
James Altucher Physical / Body Stats:
Eye Color: Unknown
Hair Color: Unknown
Dress Size: Not Known
Shoe Size: Not Known
Height in centimeters: 175
Height in meters: 1.75 m
Height in feet-inches: 5.74147
Wеіght in kg: 76 kg
Weight in pound: 167.551
Body Measurements: Not Available
James Altucher Family & Relatives:
Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
Siblings: Not Known
Relatives: Not Known
James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, author, venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and podcaster. He was born on January 22, 1968 in United States.
He attended Cornell University to achieve a bachelor’s degree in computer science in 1989. After completing his graduation, Altucher made first job in the IT department of HBO. At a moment, he hosted an HBO program, III:am.
Nevertheless, he said good-bye to HBO in 1998, sold Reset Inc. for about $10 million, and used this money in further internet projects.
In 1998, Altucher left HBO, sold Reset Inc. for approximately $10 million, and used the proceeds to fund new internet investments. According to Altucher, he started this period with $15 million and all money lost in two years, which reached him at the point to re-assess his approach to both business and life.
Nonetheless, Jim Cramer of TheStreet. com was the man who hired him to write about stocks, and Altucher stepped in trading for hedge funds. He traded for several hedge funds from 2002–2005, and ran a fund of hedge funds from 2004–2006.
He founded the financial social network StockPickr in 2006. The website was named one of Time Magazine’s 50 Best Websites of 2007. Even though Bitcoin was condemned in 2013 as “a fad, or a scam, or a ponzi scheme, or worse.” in spite of that he performed advising on cryptocurrency investing in 2017.
He created a store to sell his book, “Choose Yourself” for Bitcoin in May, 2013, a month before he released it on Amazon. Furthermore, Altucher was interviewed by Business Insider on this job and why he overturned his attitude on Bitcoin.
He emerged a seed investor in Buddy Media, which was later sold to Salesforce. com for $745 million. He then moved into creation of a new podcast collaborating with Stephen Dubner in August, 2015, co-author of Freakonomics, called Question of the Day, based on questions from Quora.
He is the founder or co-founder more than 20 companies, while he has published 20 books. On the other side, Altucher is a contributor to publications including The Financial Times and The Huffington Post.