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On July 4th, 1976, Anil Jethmal celebrated the U.S bicentennial  with his family in downtown New York City.  Several tall ships from all over the world sailed into New York harbor to commemorate the event.  To this day, Anil recalls the feeling of…
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When The Winner’s Circle II: How Ten Stockbrokers Became the Best in the Business was published in the mid 1990’s, Anil Jethmal saw his account base expand rapidly practically overnight. Many of his clients would ask for additional book recommendations to…
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When Anil Jethmal tells people that he contracted typhoid at age eight while living in India, he gets a variety of responses. Some shudder at the ominous sound of the word typhoid. Typhoid, Anil retorts, is nothing more than bacterial food poisoning –…
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In December, 1971, Anil Jethmal was 6 years old and living in Bombay, India. He remembers the sirens that would wail in the middle of the night and he knew what had to be done. India was at war with Pakistan. The sirens were notice that enemy aircraft…
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Between the ages of 25-40, Anil Jethmal recalls that he ate exactly one meal that was “cooked” at home. It was Beef Wellington that arrived at his home via FedEx and was packed in dry ice. The instructions read to bake in a pre-heated oven for 35 minutes.…
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Anil Jethmal is featured in Simon & Schuster’s The Winner’s Circle 2: How Ten Stockbrokers Became the Best In the Business. He, however, points out that he is not even the most successful person in his own family. His father, who had no formal education…
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Anil Jethmal is featured in Simon & Schuster’s The Winner’s Circle 2: How Ten Stockbrokers Became the Best In the Business.  He, however, points out that he is not even the most successful person in his own family.  His father, who had no formal education in law, successfully argued a case in the Supreme court in the Philippines to redefine agency ownership of fixed property by permanent resident aliens.  In order to pass the bar in the Philippines, Anil Jethmal proudly points out, prospective lawyers need to study his father’s work. Anil’s father, the most principled person he ever knew, drew his own pride from feeding entire starving villages across India. Anil’s grandfather founded, grew and, for three decades, ran the largest domestic electronics company in India.  He was affectionately referred to as “The Baron” for all his charitable work throughout the country. Anil Jethmal’s younger cousin is a self-made billionaire at age 44.  He has earned hundreds of millions of dollars each in two separate companies in two completely different industries.   More than that, he did it in two different countries.  In both cases, he started from scratch, and not only taught himself each business, but has revolutionized the way all others following him will henceforth conduct business in each arena.   Along the way, he has found the time and energy to do tremendous charitable work for senior citizen housing and education for the visually impaired.   Another cousin co-founded a company that The Independent proclaimed as one of the top ten music venues in the world, ranking among the Sydney Opera House in Australia and Madison Square Garden in New York City.  Along the way, he has designed and executed a music and arts program to expose children to social issues like Women’s Rights and Celebrating Special Needs Children.  His programs have reached and benefitted hundreds of thousands of needy children across India. While Anil Jethmal has worked one on one with mentally challenged children in Southern Maine through Bowdoin College’s Project BARC, and has tutored economically disadvantaged children in Harlem, New York, his goal is to give back to society on a much larger scale.  That, he proudly points to his family’s achievements, is true and complete professional success.
Anil Jethmal is featured in Simon & Schuster’s The Winner’s Circle 2: How Ten Stockbrokers Became the Best In the Business. He, however, points out that he is not even the most successful person in his own family. His father, who had no formal education in law, successfully argued a case in the Supreme court in the Philippines to redefine agency ownership of fixed property by permanent resident aliens. In order to pass the bar in the Philippines, Anil Jethmal proudly points out, prospective lawyers need to study his father’s work. Anil’s father, the most principled person he ever knew, drew his own pride from feeding entire starving villages across India. Anil’s grandfather founded, grew and, for three decades, ran the largest domestic electronics company in India. He was affectionately referred to as “The Baron” for all his charitable work throughout the country. Anil Jethmal’s younger cousin is a self-made billionaire at age 44. He has earned hundreds of millions of dollars each in two separate companies in two completely different industries. More than that, he did it in two different countries. In both cases, he started from scratch, and not only taught himself each business, but has revolutionized the way all others following him will henceforth conduct business in each arena. Along the way, he has found the time and energy to do tremendous charitable work for senior citizen housing and education for the visually impaired. Another cousin co-founded a company that The Independent proclaimed as one of the top ten music venues in the world, ranking among the Sydney Opera House in Australia and Madison Square Garden in New York City. Along the way, he has designed and executed a music and arts program to expose children to social issues like Women’s Rights and Celebrating Special Needs Children. His programs have reached and benefitted hundreds of thousands of needy children across India. While Anil Jethmal has worked one on one with mentally challenged children in Southern Maine through Bowdoin College’s Project BARC, and has tutored economically disadvantaged children in Harlem, New York, his goal is to give back to society on a much larger scale. That, he proudly points to his family’s achievements, is true and complete professional success.
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  When stockbroker Anil Jethmal was featured in the 1995 book, The Winner’s Circle II: How 10 Stockbrokers Became the Best in the Business, he saw his active accounts grow from about 150 to nearly 700. Anil Jethmal currently works as the senior vice…
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