Jake Gottlieb Easily Transitions from the Medical Field to Financial Pundit

Jacob Gottlieb graduated Magna Cum Laude from New York University Medical School in New York City, New York and after a successful completion of the internal medicine internship at St Vincent’s Hospital, he decided to change careers and pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a financial pundit. In 7th grade, Jacob Gottlieb participated in a contest at school that required him to pick stocks against other students and was graded on how well they pick stocks based on how well the stocks actually performed. Jake showed a special talent in picking stocks that actually allowed him to actually win the competition; and as a result of doing so he thoroughly impressed his father to the extent that Jacob’s father decided to open a real Wall Street trading account on Jacob’s behalf so the gift of picking winning stocks could be used as a financial win fall on the families behalf. Jacob’s father was a professor of Economics at the City University located in New York City, New York. Apparently, Jacob was a chip off the old block as a financial Guru similar to the profession and career established by his father as a professor in economics. The talents as a financial Guru and fund manager produced an exceptional career throughout various organizations as a portfolio manager and eventual founder of multiple investment companies over a stellar career of advancement in the financial arena. After successfully graduating from medical school and completing an internal medicine internship, not many college graduates would make a drastic decision to change professions at that juncture in their life and career. Furthermore, to forfeit the medical degree that Jacob Gottlieb spent so many years pursuing, and transition to a career or passion that he showed promise in as a kid would appear to be a gamble not many would take. However, Jacob Gottlieb had the talent and mental fortitude to make the hard decision to transition away from a successful career in medicine for a more rewarding and lucrative career as a financial pundit.