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High School Student Is Worth $72 MILLION After Trading Stock During Lunch Breaks? Meet The Teen Wolf of Wall Street…

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Mohammed "Mo" Islam, 17, is a high student at New York's prestigious Stuyvesant High School.

He's also a multimillionaire and not even legally an adult.

He's apparently a real life teen Wolf of Wall Street… that just gave us a great idea for a crossover film about a young, stock trading werewolf…

Anyway, Mo allegedly has made around $72 million trading stocks in crude oil futures and gold futures during his lunch breaks! That's nuts!!

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He's bought himself a BMW (even though he doesn't have a license yet), rented a Manhattan apartment (even though his parents won't let him move out yet) and he eats $400 caviar with his friends at NY hotspots like Morimoto.

He and some buddies are even planning on starting a hedge fund!

Mo said:

"My future plan consists of becoming a hedge fund manager. I plan to hopefully attend a finance-oriented college after graduating from Stuy and major in finance and economics. My main future plan is to continue trading, learn from the best, and hopefully be able to find a mentor who is a great trader."

Yeah, we see nothing but bright things in this young man's future.

We're sure he'll be a billionaire before he's 30 and we'll still have no clue what an oil future is. LOLz!

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One comment to “High School Student Is Worth $72 MILLION After Trading Stock During Lunch Breaks? Meet The Teen Wolf of Wall Street…”

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    This story was found to be untrue, someone on your team should submit a rebutle.