TradeHouse Investment Group
TradeHouse Investment Group is an investment skills platform. Through TradeHouse, Thompson and his partners offer the necessary tools and education needed to uplift disadvantaged communities to achieve financial success. Since its formation four years ago, TradeHouse has grown into a multi-million-dollar business.
Bryce Thompson is a 25-year-old accomplished investor, author, business entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is co-founder of TradeHouse Investment Group, an investment skills platform, and chairman of the IAMS Foundation (It’ll All Make Sense), a non-profit with the mission of building communities that empower the futures of the working middle class. A native of Missouri City, Texas, Thompson attended Morehouse College, where he studied engineering with plans on working for a prestigious company in the field. However, his career interests took an entrepreneurial turn once his older brother Branden introduced him to cryptocurrency and investing. He began studying the industry and developed a skill for teaching others how to make profitable investments through emerging technologies. Business Endeavors In 2017, while still at Morehouse, Thompson and four of his Morehouse College friends formed TradeHouse Investment Group as a platform to bring their investment strategies to a wider audience. It is through TradeHouse that Thompson and his partners offer the necessary tools and education needed to uplift disadvantaged communities to achieve financial success. Since its formation four years ago, TradeHouse has grown into a multi-million-dollar business. In 2019, Thompson conceived and created “I Millennials or IM” which began with small-scale events of 500 people in hotels featuring motivational speakers teaching financial literacy. By 2021, IM3 had evolved into a 14,000 person event at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL featuring concert performances by some of the biggest names in music while continuing its mission of teaching financial literacy. Philanthropy Thompson is committed to finding ways to give back to the community and in 2020, he created a $100,000 HBCU scholarship fund – in partnership with the app Scholly – to help ease the financial burden of tuition during the global pandemic. Thompson himself struggled financially as a college student until his uncle generously paid his tuition with the stipulation that Thompson pay it forward when he became successful. In its first year, he awarded ten (10) $10,000 scholarships to HBCU students attending Howard University, Hampton University, Livingstone College, Morehouse, Bethune-Cookman University, Texas Southern University and Prairie View A&M. Author In the fall of 2021, Thompson released the book “MILLIONS Accepted & Excepted” which made it to Number #1 on Amazon’s list of new book releases. Today, Bryce is not only fulfilling that promise to uplift others in need, but he is showing communities how to develop their own economic prosperity.
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