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Guy Adami

One of CNBC’s original “Fast Money Five” and charismatic Wall Street veteran 

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Guy Adami, one of the original Fast Money traders, shares his insights on how to survive the ups and downs of Wall Street. Guy looks past the headlines and spells out what the latest financial trends mean to average investors, businesses, and the U.S. economy. 

Using his experience and financial savvy, Guy takes a stance against using outmoded models for investment. In a dynamic fashion, he breaks down how today’s headlines will affect businesses and industrial sectors. With a lively, take-no-prisoners style, Guy will walk through how businesses can respond to these market trends – and thrive amid the turbulence.  

Guy’s lively and assertive style as a trader has won him recognition as the "Wall Street Warrior" by The New York Times and one of the top financial services leaders – and he brings the same energy when he shares his expertise and outlook to his audience.   

Guy made his name as one of the original “Fast Money Five” traders on CNBC's Fast Money, which spotlights news on Wall Street after closing. Alongside a roundtable of top traders, Guy analyzes the day’s news in stocks – and gives advice on investment strategies for the first trades of the next day on Wall Street in a popular segment called Your First Trade of the Day

He gained his experience working on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange for Drexel Burnham Lambert soon after graduating from college. At a very early age, he began climbing the ranks of Wall Street traders. He was quickly promoted to vice president and head gold trader at the firm, then joining Goldman Sachs as head gold trader. In the spring of 2000, Guy joined the U.S. Equities division of Goldman Sachs where he was put in charge of the firm’s Industrial/Basic Material group. He is now a director with the Private Advisor Group, a nationwide network of leading financial advisors. 

One of CNBC’s original “Fast Money Five” and charismatic Wall Street veteran
Keywords: CNBC; Investment Strategies; Wall Street; Media Personality; financial trends

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