Christon Jones: 12-year-old Black CEO set to transform 1,000 lives

Christon Jones: 12-year-old Black CEO set to transform 1,000 lives

- 12-year-old Christon Jones is making waves as a home-schooled CEO

- Christon Jones is also an author who made $5,000 in 90 days of publishing his book

- He has set out to make 1,000 people hugely successful

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A 12-year-old boy named Christon Jones who is home-schooled is making it big, trading on the stock market and plans to help 1,000 people become successful.

According to Blackbusiness.com, Christon Jones, also known as "The Truth" made $10,000 just a few months of starting out with the day trading.

He decided to start after he heard a news report of a 14-year-old who made $50,000 and was greatly inspired by that success. Christon is now the CEO of a well-performing brand called Return On Investment, LLC.

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Before the stock market came on the scene, the 14-year-old CEO was successful as an international keynote speaker and a writer.

His first book was published when he was just eight years old. He sold the books door-to-door and made about $5,000 from that.

The book went on to become a bestseller which gained him international recognition to speak in three different continents to significant numbers of audiences.

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Christon has already won several great accolades. Notably, he was once nominated as a Black Enterprise Teenpreneur of the Year.

When asked about his secret to stock market success, the young boy gave it as his initials:

T - Tap 20 companies you like a lot

R - Research these companies and find all you can find

U - Understand the historical background of the companies

T - Trade even after you close

H - Have an entry & exit strategy

He affirms that he is on a mission to make 1,000 people greatly successful with his endeavours.

Meanwhile, Kantanka Automobiles has made a new car that is able to talk to drivers, passengers and other road users, giving them simple instructions.

A video of a test drive has popped up online which has shown the vehicle reversing and giving strict directives to the road users that may be behind.

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