Kevin is just a man trying to be the best version of himself. He was born on Monday morning in July 18th, 1994 through a caesarean operation. As a kid, he was the weird one. He was extremely introverted in nature, observant of his surrounding and gifted with a small and lean body that makes it easy to slip under the radar. On the other hand, he is blessed by an IQ of 140 and high emotional awareness, making it easy for him to grasp new concepts and learn from his surroundings.
Initially trained to become a doctor, he quitted medical school during his residency and decided to become an investment manager (this was before The Big Short became popular). In the following four years, he finished two Masters degree (Master of Management and Master in Finance) and four distinguished professional certification (CFA, FRM, CAIA and PFM), before he was 25 years old.
During his spare time, Kevin likes to learn from books, biography, stories and life in general. In the period between 2013 and 2015, when he was in medical school, Kevin read 291 non-fiction books in total, averaging 8 books per month. His favorite subjects are pscyhology, self-improvement and investment. Since then, due to increasing workload, he has maintained the target of reading two non-fiction books each month.
Currently, Kevin is working as an investment analyst at a global macro research house and building his own investment firm. Twice a year, he takes up an assignment for Getty Images and travel across the world to fulfill his passion in landscape and street photography. In 2019, he had travelled to 33 countries in 5 continents.
Kevin on a 5-day train ride from Vancouver to Montreal in December 2018