Jason Williams graduated cum laude from the University of Baltimore’s internationally accredited Merrick School of Business, where he studied finance and economics. After earning his Bachelor of Science, he immediately went to work for the U.S. military, helping design and analyze complex projects. Here he developed lasting relationships with civilian researchers, military contractors, and both officers and enlisted soldiers who continue to help him keep a close eye on what's going on in D.C. Jason decided to make the jump to the private sector and pursue his true passion of business and investing not long after developing a new cost-saving process that better allocated resources across the global network of U.S. Army bases.
He got his start in the financial world directly inside the belly of the beast as an investment banking analyst for Morgan Stanley. It was a baptism by fire and a master class in wealth taught by the world’s richest people. It was here, as well as in post-graduate work at Harvard Business School, that Jason made the connections and built the network that would help him start his own family office and make his first angel investments. Through his extensive travels researching public and private investment opportunities in Europe, South America, Central America, Canada, and the U.S., Jason further built his network of CEOs, billionaire investors, startup founders, and serial entrepreneurs who help him find the best investments before the rest of the crowd gets there.
Now, Jason’s left the world of Wall Street behind to assist you with the same strategies he used to help the ultra-wealthy get even richer. In addition to being a regular contributor to Wealth Daily, Jason co-authors The Wealth Advisory stock newsletter where he helps investors beat the same pros he used to work hand in hand with on Wall Street. He is also the founder of Main Street Ventures, a first-of-its-kind pre-IPO investment advisory service where he shares the network that he spent the past two decades building so you can find and invest in the next breakout stock before it hits the open market.