Keith Gill Age, Net Worth, Height, Facts

Keith Gill Net Worth, Age, Height & Biography

Keith Gill is an entrepreneur who was born in United States in 08/06/1986 and is now 37 years old. Keith Gill has a net worth of $30 Million.

What is Keith Gill Net Worth?

Keith Gill's net worth is 30 Million.

How old is Keith Gill?

Keith Gill is 37 years old.

What is Keith Gill Birthday?

Keith Gill's birthday is 08/06/1986.

What is Keith Gill Zodiac Sign?

Keith Gill's zodiac sign is Gemini.

What is Keith Gill's Real Birth Name?

Keith Gill's real birth name is Keith Patrick Gill[.

Where is Keith Gill's Birthplace?

Keith Gill's birthplace is United States.

How Tall is Keith Gill?

Keith Gill height is 5'8''.

What is Keith Gill Nationality?

Keith Gill nationality is .

What are Keith Gill's Professions?

Keith Gill's professions are Financial Analyst, Investor.

Who is Keith Gill?

Keith Patrick Gill is an American financial analyst and investor known for his posts on the subreddit r/wallstreetbets.His analyses of GameStop stock, and details of his resulting investment gains—posted on Reddit under the username DeepFuckingValue (DFV) and on YouTube and Twitter as Roaring Kitty—were cited as a driving factor in the GameStop short squeeze of January 2021, and as a spark for the subsequent trading frenzy in retail stocks. The rising stock value allowed Gill to turn a US$53,000 investment into one worth close to $50 million (as of January 28, 2021).

Gill’s posts were described as “forthright, spreadsheet-laden content”.His Reddit username derives from the investing term deep value, as Gill claims to be a proponent of value investing. Reuters revealed his identity to the public on January 28, 2021, after an investigation of public records and social-media posts.

Gill gave testimony as part of a virtual hearing held by the US House Financial Services Committee on February 18, 2021 as part of a discussion about when “short sellers, social media, and retail investors collide”.Gill testified he “did not solicit anyone to buy or sell the stock for [his] own profit.”

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