What is a good college degree for someone looking to become an investor?
While in first year in college, Vincent got sick and had to take an entire year off. It was a difficult experience, which got him to seriously consider what he actually wanted to do in life. Instead of becoming a doctor, as originally planned, Vincent switched to doing physics, his passion.
It was a "useless degree," as far as jobs were concerned, but it worked out, giving him a broad background in science and technology which he uses in investing today.