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Jaime Rogozinski

Jaime Rogozinski

Jaime Rogozinski (born October 19, 1981) is an entrepreneur, consultant, author, and founder of Reddit forum (referred to as subreddit) r/WallStreetBets. In early 2020, Rogozinski made headlines over the controversies r/WallStreetBets has caused, and the release of his book appropriately titled 'WallStreetBets: How Boomers Made the World's Biggest Casino for Millennials.'


Jaime Rogozinski is the Co-founder and CEO of Proventus Consulting, a marketing, public relations, and business development consultancy.

He has previously worked at National Services Group, Bask Technology, and Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo.[3]

He also authored the book WallStreetBets: How Boomers Made the World's Biggest Casino for Millennials.

The book features the stories of various subreddit users.

The book was released on January 30, 2020.



Rogozinski was born the United States, and currently resides in Mexico City, Mexico. He attended the University of Illinois at Urbana鈥揅hampaign and has a degree in Economics. On January 31, 2012, he founded the subreddit r/WallStreetbets[7], which has gone on to accumulate over 950,000 subscribers, and cause a stir in the finance world.[4]


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Citation Linkwww.youtube.comWallStreetBets - Where Brazen Risk-Taking Runs Rampant 路 Jaime Rogozinski
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Citation Linkwww.bloomberg.comWallStreetBets - Reddit's Profane, Greedy Traders Are Shaking Up the Stock Market
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Citation Linkywqaugeunhowzrcj.public.blob.vercel-storage.comIn early 2020, Rogozinski's creation was the cover story on the Bloomberg Businessweek March 2, 2020 issue.
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Citation Linkwww.vice.comVice - You Probably Shouldn't Bet Your Savings on Reddit's 'Wallstreetbets'
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