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This 20-year-old says he dropped out of NYU to start his own hedge fund

A college dropout is prepping his own hedge fund. Julian Marchese, 20, left New York University last year to focus on his business, Marchese Investments. "NYU is extremely expensive," Marchese told Business Insider. "I felt that the next three years that I would have spent at school I could have spent on building [investment] strategies." Becoming an entrepreneur fulfills a lifelong dream, he added.
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