A medical student claims he is on course to become a millionaire through Forex trading by the age of 21.
Gurvin Singh said he started with just £200 before raking in thousands a month trading on the Foreign Exchange Market.
The third-year University of Plymouth biomedical science student, 20, now believes he is set to make his first million by his next birthday in January.
To celebrate his new wealth, he has treated himself to a £50,000 Maserati customised with a rose gold metallic wrap, personalised number plate and its own Instagram account.
Gurvin Singh claims he started with just £200 before raking in thousands a month trading on the Foreign Exchange Market
The 20-year-old said he splashes out on designer clothes as he rakes in money from Forex trading
During the past year the student says he has also bought and sold an Audi A5, an Audi A1, and a £10,000 BMW 7 Series and a 6 Series
In addition to his Maserati, he also has a £22,000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class and a £13,000 Jaguar
Mr Singh claims he was 19 when he began trading Forex as a way to fund his studies at the University of Plymouth.
He said he started out with just £200 and he has made roughly ‘£40,000 from his own trading, and £60,000 by teaching others.’
He claims to have saved £30,000 to pay for his medical training, and spent £70,000 on designer clothes and cars – including a £30,000 Maserati Ghibli, a £13,000 Jaguar and a £13,000 BMW six series.
He only learnt to drive in October last year and splashed £5,000 on an Audi A1 as his first car, which he has since sold.
Mr Singh said he has just celebrated his first £100,000 month and still plans to become a doctor but will continue trading alongside his studies, and collecting luxury sports cars.
Just a month after buying the Maserati, which has an insurance premium of £12,000, it was rear-ended and off the road for two months, leaving Mr Singh with an £8,000 repair bill.
He said: ‘I’ve had a lot of cars. But the Maserati is the one I want to keep. It was between it and a Porsche, but it was a bit different and I fell in love with it.
‘I didn’t know what colour to go for. But I wanted it to stand out. I didn’t want tons of pictures of the car on my own Instagram page. Every time I park or stop at traffic lights people’s phones come out.
‘I’m hoping, by March 2020, to buy a gold Lamborghini.’
He says he employs nine freelancers to handle his admin and social media accounts, adding: ‘Even on a bad month I can make £15,000 on Forex. I’m hoping that by the time I’m 21 I will be a millionaire.’
The 20-year-old said he still plans to become a doctor but will continue trading alongside his studies, and collecting luxury sports cars
Mr Singh claims he was just 19 when he began trading Forex as a way to fund his studies at the University of Plymouth
He said he started out with just £200 but soon had enough money to splash out on expensive clothes and trainers
He has set up his own company, gs3 Marketing, and website, www.gs3teaches.com, which claims to ‘train people how to make money from the Forex market.’
He charges for tutorials but says his students are then free to set up their own Forex trading platforms and start making cash.
Mr Singh stressed that what he is doing is ‘above board’ and said money is invested with the company, not himself.
He said he is from a working class London family but, having suffered from asthma all his life and being hospitalised several times, dreams of becoming a doctor.
After his current degree he plans to study a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at Plymouth University starting in September 2020.
The third-year University of Plymouth medical student, 20, now believes he is set to make his first million by his next birthday in January
He has set up his own company, gs3 Marketing, and website, www.gs3teaches.com, which claims to ‘train people how to make money from the Forex market’
He said: ‘It’s been my dream to be a surgeon ever since I was a little kid. ‘I’ve always looked up to doctors and have always had an interest in the medical field.
‘My family have never had that sort of money and there was no way I could pay for the course myself. My family are working class and I could never afford much as a kid.
‘I never thought I’d ever earn as much money as what I do now. I still can’t believe it.
‘Once you know how to do it, it’s not that hard. It feels amazing to know how much money I can make. It takes a lot of patience to get good at it but if you do put the hours in it really is worth it.
‘I’ve always wanted to be a doctor. So why stop, even if I have made money? I’ve worked hard since I was 10, achieving high grades, so why sack it off?’