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A few weeks ago social media was buzzing with a New York magazine story about a teenager who made $72 million trading stocks during his lunch break at high school. It turned out that was just a farce.

Even before that Business Insider ran a profile of 18-year-old Julian Marchese who is planning to launch a hedge fund from his dorm room at NYU.

Today, the Telegraph bring us the story of 17-year-old Brandon Fleisher who has doubled his parents $50k by picking stocks over the past year. He’s now making recommendations through his new website.

Maybe this game’s just too easy…

Related: Why Dollar-Cost-Average When You Can Just Go “All In”?