“Suddenly, I heard ‘ding, ding, ding, ding, ding,'” Ms. Carr, 31, said in an interview on Friday. “I grabbed my phone, and I was looking at it, and it said $ 351. I was surprised: ‘I bought this thing for $ 6,’ I thought, ‘there’s no way this could be right.” ‘
A nutritionist, Ms. Carr quickly expelled her son from virtual education and asked him what he wanted to do. “I was trying to convince her that it was unusual,” she told mySanAntonio.com, A segment of San Antonio Express-News. “I asked them, ‘Do you want to stay or sell?”
Jaydyn decided to sell its shares, earning $ 3,200 – a more than 5,000 percent return on investment of about $ 60.
“I was shocked and excited,” he said in a phone interview on Friday.
He said he decided to save $ 2,200 and invest the remaining $ 1,000, most likely in shares of Robox, a multiplayer gaming universe popular with young children, if and when. Stage goes public.
“Long-term investment is important because that’s how I got this money,” Jaydyn said.
Serge has fondly enhanced Jaideen’s interests in day trading. “He is definitely ready to jump into the market with full force,” his mother said.