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Jahnome McEwan

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Jahnome Raffington-Davis McEwan (born November 1, 1995) is an author, investor, and founder and CEO of Solomon Global Investments.[citation needed] He has become popular for his financial tips eBook for millennials entitled, 50 Rules for 50 Fools: Financial Tips for Young Adults, as well for his financial blog wealthyfools.com[1].

Jahnome was born in Brampton, Ontario and currently attends York University.[2] McEwan developed an interest in business and investing in his youth, after watching a Youtube video of a young boy whose mother taught him how to invest in stocks. This led to him becoming a self-taught investor at a young age. He attributes his investing style and philosophy around the concept of value investing, as well as the philosophies by Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, and Peter Lynch. McEwan then went on to self-publish 50 Rules for 50 Fools: Financial Tips for Young Adults in 2016.

McEwan notably went on a one-year no-spending challenge which caught the attention of Canadian newspaper, The Globe and Mail. An article on his 12-month saving and investing year was subsequently written by Rob Carrick and published 2017. McEwan was also a guest on The Tasha Kheiriddin Show[3] on CFMJ in Toronto in September 2016[4]. Canadian bank Tangerine caught wind of McEwan regarding his eBook and financial literacy pursuits and wrote about him on their official blog in November 2017 by Anne Papmehl.

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