There a few Gallaudet students living a lavish lifestyle on campus while studying for their MBA, they hope to open their own brokerage firm on Wall Street, investing in Deaf upstarts. They amass a portfolio over a million dollars, at first I suspected a pyramid scheme, but that wasn't the case, investing their monthly SSI on penny stocks. They learned only three words while at Gallaudet; "Buy, Hold, and Sell". This summer they are travelling across the country conducting Deaf financial seminars. They became so filthy rich that Gallaudet officials meet every whims, expecting a payback when they become philanthropists, but I'm doubtful as I never seen them leaving a tip at world-class restaurants in Georgetown.