William  O'Neil
3/25/1933 - present

William J. O’Neil is a prominent investor and author. He is recognized for being one of the first investors to integrate computers into research and investment decision-making. He was commended for his research and efforts in developing a system to help jump-start the American economy.

More About William O'Neil

  • Top 100 Business Luminaries of the Century by TJFR Group and MasterCard International
  • 2002 Classic Award of Recognition from the AeA, the largest high-tech industry group in the United States
  • In 2004, The Stock Trader’s Almanac devoted its 37th edition to Mr. O’Neil.
  • He received the prestigious Spirit of Lincoln award in 2005 from the Lincoln Club of Los Angeles, recognizing him for his significant contributions to society. 
  • In 2016, Mr. O’Neil was recognized by The Los Angeles Business Journal as one the Most Influential People in Los Angeles.
  • He bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange when he was only 30 years old, becoming at that time the youngest person ever to hold a seat on the Exchange.