A man whose life was characterized by boundless energy, a deep love for his family, and an enduring legacy in the world of finance, Jared’s life was nothing short of extraordinary.
Jared was a serial entrepreneur, a true visionary who founded more than ten companies across diverse industries before discovering his true calling as a mentor and teacher. In 1994, he established Market Traders Institute, a testament to his dedication, innovation, and passion for teaching. His life from that point was dedicated to sharing knowledge and cultivating success, both in business and in life.
But the story of Jared Martinez is not just one of business success. He was a best-selling author, a philosopher, a spiritual man who deeply loved life, and above all, he was a family man. Jared was the proud father of six children – Jared, Jacob, Isaac, Rachael, Josh, and Jordan – and a loving grandfather to thirteen grandchildren. The love he had for his family was the driving force of his life, a love so deep that he would go to the ends of the world for his family. Jared was happiest spending time and making memories with his closest friends and family.
Jared’s life was filled with richness and diversity, reflecting his love for his Native American Indian and Mexican heritage. He carried with him a warrior spirit, a testament to his belief that anything was possible. Jared was also a consummate learner, a voracious reader, a traveler, and a deep thinker who never boxed himself in.
He earned a reputation as a pioneer in the forex market, where he was affectionately known as the “FXCHIEF” and the “Father of Fibonacci.” His understanding of Fibonacci sequences, their application to the markets, and his ability to teach this knowledge to others made him an exceptional leader and mentor in the industry.
Yet, despite his many achievements, Jared believed that our legacy is defined not by what we acquire, but by what we give. Jared was the definition of abundance and he understood the greatest gift is time. He had an abundance of love, laughter, knowledge, and he would give all these things with his time. He was a generous man, always ready to lend a hand, share his wisdom with those around him, and a day never passed without him telling a joke or sharing a life lesson.