Ken Van Liew is the #1 international bestselling author of the Modern Wealth Building Formula, educator, engineer, public speaker, and a world-renowned authority on Real Estate Investment and Development.
Ken is a titan in the world of real estate. He is known for his passion for real estate and how he loves assisting people to thrive in the real estate business. According to Ken, venturing into a real estate business and being successful requires intelligence, hard work, perseverance, integrity, and a never give up mindset.
He is responsible for over a billion dollars of construction across dozens of projects in New York alone which has helped change the New York skyline. His contribution to the building trade with the completion of more than $1.5 billion in high-rise construction has been recognized internationally hence the name “King of Skyscrapers.” Ken regularly speaks on stages, including NYU Real Estate Institute and the College of Engineering at Rutgers University
He recently recorded a national documentary as a featured guest with Dennis Quaid, Viewpoint Project on Real Estate Today, Keys to Investing, that will be aired on 60M households on CNBC, Learning, and Discovery Channels. He has also been seen on NBC, ABC, CBS News, and Fox
Jerremy Alexander Newsome is a captial specialist who has 12 years full time stock and option trading experience. In the last 3 years he has raised over $32,000,000 in real estate funding along with other ventures.
Jerremy is considered one of the leading global minds on Stock Market education. He serves as the CEO of Real Life Trading and the Founder of the Non-Profit RL Foundation. He acutely recognizes trends and patterns in the stock market and via private mentorship he helps others understand how to make the mental shift to trade the financial markets successfully.
Whether its stocks, futures, options or entrepreneurship, Jerremy understands how to bring financial liberation to the forefront. He is a prolific investor with early investments in companies such as Tesla, Ethereum, Apple and Square.