30 money leaders under 30

These founders, funders and mega-money managers are the brightest young stars in the financial industry.

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Jan 21, 2014 9:37AM

Not one of these tinkle tarts ever created something.  Where are the inventors?  The engineers?  The entrepreneurs!?  No, instead we get sociopathic hedge fund managers, and M&A specialists who are either born into this, or have the "greed disease."  All they do is shuffle paper around in a not-so-cleaver theft of the lower classes around the world.

This article is disgusting, not because it's untrue, but because it is true!  This is a prime example of what is wrong with our world right now.  We need to turn banking back into a safe and boring job, not this cycle of boom and busts that we have now.

Jan 21, 2014 10:29AM
Does anyone see a problem with these people making money and essentially doing nothing?  Why don't scientists and engineers and people who try to  make the world a better place make more money?
Jan 21, 2014 7:09AM
Anyone want to estimate how many of these money leaders are money launders, Ponzi scheme holders or frauds.  On the next episode of American Greed.....
Jan 21, 2014 11:31AM
I find it funny these large banks and investment firms put so much faith and responsibility in kids with no life experience. Nice to know our retirements and finances hinge on someone who might still be battling acne. I wonder how much that 15 year old science enthusiast who found an early cancer detection method is making. What a useless world we live in.
Jan 21, 2014 10:30AM
These people are scum. Hedge funds are a big problem for the average person. These people manipulate markets for large instutional investors including themselves. You can pretty much bet when the little guys have to pay more for gas,coffee,utilities,etc. that these kind of "money grubbers" are involved.
Jan 21, 2014 11:13AM
hmmmm many of them previously worked in many of the financial industries directly responsible for the world-wide meltdown. How's that a good line in your resume? 
Jan 21, 2014 10:13AM
I find it interesting how most of these "money leaders under 30" look like they are in their 40s.  The stress of the corporate world has prematurely aged them. 
Jan 21, 2014 12:44PM
They are mostly hedge fund and financial markets people making money from other people's money. They will wipe out the funds of a lot people one of these days. It is foolish to entrust your money to someone else to invest it for you. 
Jan 21, 2014 8:31AM
out of all these people on here, a good amount of them will end up on American Greed TV show..
Jan 21, 2014 12:46PM
What is this?  A list of one-percenters to watch out for?  A list of crooks who haven't been caught up with yet?  Corporate fascists on the rise?  Hard hitting influence peddlers of the future?  There is no evidence that any of them ever actually earned or produced anything worthwhile.  Hedge funds? Banks?   Oil and gas futures?  How about calling a spade a spade and using words like "thief" or "narcissistic sociopath" or "greedy, maladjusted, elitist bastard" to describe this variety of filth. 
Jan 21, 2014 1:30PM
Quite honestly who gives a ****! This article is stupid and pointless! Most of these clowns got their start because they happen to know the right people in the right places that can appoint them/hire them to their high profile/high money making positions. Trying to make these 20 year old's seem and look like prodigies and whiz kids is sickening. I wouldn't trust any of these recent college grads with a nickle of mine! You mean to tell me that these kids fresh out of school have more knowledge and wisdom then the people who have been doing this for years and have years of experience. PLEASE GIVE IT UP ALREADY AND STOP GLORIFYING THESE KIDS THAT HAVE CONNECTIONS. They aren't going to change the world and if they do it will probably be for the worse!
Jan 21, 2014 9:16AM
Cheez ... I certainly hope the whiners who sit on the money blogs and bemoan "the old" having all of the wealth in the U.S.S.A. don't read this article.  With no one to blame their abject failure upon, they will be reaching for a gun.
Jan 21, 2014 12:45PM
government backed big corporations, were else can you steal, rob, misappropriate funds, get caught and get away with small fines and minimal penalties.
Feb 2, 2014 4:49PM
How are these money horders advancing the human race? Capitalism is enslavement of the workers, cheating them out of their rightful wage, and giving it to the billionaires, Wall Street  Bankers, Money managers, lawyers, and DC politicians.

 How in the world will human race ever hope to advance if all these thieving  billionaires are sitting on all the money?
Jan 21, 2014 10:09AM
Why must MSN always throw up in our faces how much money people have.  It is NOT encouraging.  Time to find another home page.
Feb 2, 2014 4:33PM
I am thrilled that I put no money into non-Vanguard mutual funds (forced to invest in mutuals by employer's 457 (b)), or Phillip Morris, 3M, Exxon, and Aflac. I understand all of those companies, and not one is a fly by night tech company. All pay dividends.
Jan 21, 2014 4:11AM
These people must have stolen this money or swindled people out of it. You can't get rich in this country honestly...Or at least that's what liberals keep trying to con me into believing.
Jan 21, 2014 10:55AM
To Sometimes to learn from the younger generations could be a KEY to success. I would like to find access to this sites to get started. Mark
Was that the cast of Wolf of Wall Street? 
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