Rags to Riches story – MC Donalds part time employee becomes a Millionaire

Almost everyone has dreamed of a lot of money. Some also think of having a nice car. The British teenager Robert Mfune succeeded as a teenager to becoming a reality in three dream be: at eighteen he already bought a Bentley. That report British media.

LOOP OF BOY TO MILLIONAIRE
Mfune was sixteen years old when started with two part-time jobs, one at McDonalds and the other as a bellboy at a financial institution. That second part-time job helped him to become a millionaire “If bellboy I had to learn some things, because I always was in an environment with knowledgeable people. The things I learned there, I went home own research, “he says.

Teen saw it as a way to develop themselves further: “When I was 17 I started investing with an account in the name of my mother, because I was too young. There came a point where they told me to stop. “At eighteen Mfune opened his own account and he continued investing.

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS – (PICTURED: Robert and his mum, Susan Mfune.) – A teenage trader swapped shifts at the golden arches for a one-of-a-kind gold supercar after working his way up from water boy to millionaire trader. When Robert Mfune of Southampton turned 16 years of age he worked at McDonalds and ran errands for binary traders all while still at college. By the time Robert passed his A Levels with grades AAB, he was a Bentley owning millionaire who had only just stopped serving Big Macs. SEE CATERS COPY.

GOLDEN BENTLEY
He did it so successfully that he now owns several coffee houses and homes in England and South Africa, his homeland. Already on its 18th Mfune bought a Bentley, “When I was 19 I decided to let him squirt gold. I was planning to buy a different car every year, but my Bentley just decided to give a different look. No one has this, this is the only one in the country. ”

Mother Susan is obviously very proud of her son, but finds the new car but nothing: “It’s too flashy, maybe I’m old fashioned, but I just do not understand why you would allow spraying the gold. Silver was fine. I would not buy this car. ”