Passionate by nature, Josef Ajram dropped out of university to devote himself to what he was really attracted to: The Stock Exchange. He has spent over 18 years giving his best as a broker and passing his knowledge on multiple courses and more than 400 conferences.
He owes his initiation into biking and his passion for sports to his paternal grandfather. Josef wanted to discover how far could he get and he surpassed his own unknown limits in extreme races all around the world.
During all this time, he has created a reputation for himself as a change starter, influencer, communicator and entrepreneur, both in the Stock Exchange and in sports, the two fields he dominates best.
In the Stock Exchange he is a day trader, his true passion. In sports he joins the most challenging competitions. He was the first Spaniard to finish an Ultraman. The Stock Exchange and sports are, apparently, two opposed worlds in which he lives extreme sensations and that demand perseverance, dynamism, discipline and calculations in order to measure possibilities.
He has written several books achieving over 300.000 copies sold, for instance El pequeño libro de la superación personal (Alienta, 2016), No sé dónde está el límite pero sí sé dónde no está (Alienta, 2012) and Bolsa para Dummies (Para Dummies, 2013).
In the business world, he combines his job as a broker in Ajram Capital with the management of projects such as the sports club WhereIsTheLimit?, his own bicycle company (Ajram Bikes) and solidarity events like Guateque.
In 2013 he was elected by AskMen magazine as one of the 49 world most influential men, and in 2016 the newspaper El País included him in the top 25 leaders for youngsters according to polls.