Paul Tudor Jones II is the founder of Tudor Investment Corporation. The company manages assets and hedge funds. Paul's fortune as of May 2020 is $5.1 billion. In 2014, Paul also created a fund that helps reduce poverty.
In the 70s, he became a broker and in the 80s, Harvard Business School took Paul to study, but he refused. He thought he wouldn't learn anything there.He is creating Tudor Investment Corporation in Connecticut. The corporation has been involved in trading as well as investing. Paul has grown rapidly in his field, and already in 2013 Forbes Magazine listed him as a "high-income manager".
Jones was also charged with illegal filling of the wetlands on his property and had to pay a $2 million fine. It may be noted that Paul is an animal welfare advocate.
Jones does not hold any political opinion, but nevertheless he has donated money to many candidates.
In 2013, after Jones said that the investment he made and the desire to understand what will affect up or down, it will all be filled with an experience that will never be told by a man.