While many have been touted as gurus of the cyrpto-trading world as of late, few are as experienced or as esteemed as Ian King. Ian King has over two decades of Wall Street successes under his belt with names like Citigroup, Saloman Brothers’, and Peahi Capital.
Ian King started out as a desk clerk at Saloman Brothers’ and quickly worked his way up the coporate ladder. After a tenure as head trader at Peahi Capital he began working with The Soveriegn Society, which specialized in global asset protection and investment, offshore bank accounts as well as foreign citizenship and more. Learn more about Ian King at Crunchbase.
Since Ian King has such a robust professional experience in finance, he has been able to bring real-world value and insight to the heating-up cyptocurrency market. Ian King has been closely following and providing actionable advice for those who have been actively investing in crypto and for those just now looking to get their feet wet. As Senior Strategist at Banyan Hill Publishing Ian King developed the world’s first multimedia for cryptocurrency investing. It can be seen at Investopedia Academy. His cryto trading advice has been featured on Fox Busniess News, Zero Hedge, Seeking Alpha and various other notable media outlets.
In 2016, The Sovereign Society changed its name to Banyan Hill Publishing and began to quickly expand into publishing high-fidelity content based on identifying profitable trade opportunities
across a broad variety of asset classes, including small cap and mid cap stock equities, natural resources, cryptocurrencies, options plays, and much more. From investing and asset protection to entrepreneurship, Banyan Hill Publishing looks to help its audience create “Total Wealth” in their lives. With a globally reaching panel of finance experts publishing highly actionable and highly profitable content on a daily basis, over 400,000 readers are learning how to invest in their futures every day.
Banyan Hill Publishing is named for the famed Banyan Tree, which is the largest tree in the world when measured by canopy size. It may not be as tall as a Redwood but it claims the unique ability to withstand gale-force winds that topple man-made structures.