"I created Trappers Anonymous for the culture. I come from humble beginnings and when I was coming up, there was nobody around to share wealth education with me.
I spent most of my early adulthood in a prison system designed to keep black men incarcerated and impoverished.
I knew that once I got out, EVERYTHING had to change. So, I read books and introduced myself to the stock market.
I learned very quickly that Wall Street didn’t just belong to old, caucasian men.
People like you and I could touch wealth.
We could invest.
We could have ownership in companies that make money off our culture.
I took the hustle that I learned from the streets, combined it with the skills I learned from books and mentors and created Trappers Anonymous."