Tyrone Ross

Tyrone Ross
Title: Financial Advisor
Education: Seton Hall University
Location: Woodbridge, NJ
Expertise: Cryptocurrency, Financial Planning, Fintech, Investing, Personal Finance
  • Former member of The Balance's Financial Review Board
  • Licensed investment advisor with expertise in digital assets and early-stage startups
  • Member of the Reality Shares Board of Advisors
  • Named to Investment News's 40 Under 40 list in 2019

Experience

Tyrone Ross, Jr., is an investment advisor, speaker, and advisory board member with a decorated career in the financial services industry. He is the CEO of Onramp Invest, the founder of financial services company 401, and serves as a board member for asset management firm Reality Shares, Inc.

In the past, Tyrone held positions as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch and investment relations associate at Financial Dynamics.

In addition to his positions at financial firms, he is a popular speaker who has shared his insight at Etsy, Spotify, Uber, Wyndham, Columbia University, York College, Seton Hall, and Montclair State University.

Tyrone's work in financial services has earned him industry-wide recognition. He has been named to Investment News's 40 Under 40 list, and he was one of 25 investment advisors named to Think Advisor's 2021 "VIPs Pushing Advisors Forward" list.

"We have an obligation to use our talents, gifts, and experiences to pour into the lives of others."

Education

Tyrone received his bachelor's in business and corporate communications from Seton Hall University.

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