Teen Worked At McDonalds - Now He’s A Millionaire

A teen in the UK was working two part-time jobs when he was 16 years old. Now, he's a millionaire. The university student earned a fortune through online trading.

Robert Mfune had two jobs at the age of 16: he worked for a McDonalds and he was a 'tea boy' at a finance firm. A 'tea boy' in the UK is someone who gets tea, runs errands and helps keep an office tidy. He may have had a low position with the finance firm, but the young man kept his eyes and ears open.

Mfune heard about binary trading while he was working, and started learning the basics. At age 17, he tried trading online for himself.

At age 19, Mfune is a millionaire. He's purchased a house and car for his mother and a gold-wrapped Bentley for himself.

"Going to college, working at McDonald's and as a tea boy and trading from home was the toughest time of my life," said Mfune. "It's just like going to uni with the fees you pay and loans you take out, if you're going to make it big you've got to suffer for a few years."

Those three years of suffering paid off big for Mfune.

Source: MailOnline
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Robert proves that hard work pays off.

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