Back then, in the city of Brooklyn, a boy called Jacob Gottlieb was born and raised there with his family before they decided to shift from Poland to the US. Jacob later got interested in medicine and economics due to the influence of his parents who were professions in the field. At a tender age, he used to invest lots of his time selling baseball cards mainly to the Yankees and locally selling drinks to golfers. His father noted the tremendous effort of his son and opened an investment account for him. His intelligence noted that he was a great risk taker and so he chose a career path that tended towards that.
Gottlieb chose two careers and trained in both of them. He holds a degree in Economics from Brown University and a degree in medicine from Magna Cum University. Realizing that he had a great zeal to major in finance, he decided to quit the medical career after his internship. He held various positions in his finance field in his finance career. He worked as a managing partner and chief officer in investment at Visium Asset Management. He later founded Balyasny Asset Management and worked at Merlin in London and came out exquisitely impressive.
Alongside trying to gain profits, Jacob does charity projects. He started a service project by the names Robin Hood. Their mission is to help fight poverty in New York. They have a set of 200 supporters who help them in terms of money, managerial team and the housing in the real estate section. Robin Hood usually donates one dollar to this effect for every twelve dollars made. Their persona tends to be the refugees in New York, residents of New York who are straining to survive. It is often than said that it usually is better to train someone how to fish rather than giving them the fish that’s why they offer other services apart from money such as business expertise, leadership training and best practices to their beneficiaries. They believe that through this they can raise their communities to greater heights and even reduce it.