Jason BodnerEditor, Palm Beach Trader

Jason Bodner

Before joining Palm Beach Research Group, Jason spent nearly 20 years on Wall Street.

He began his investment career in 2001 at Cantor Fitzgerald on the 104th floor of One World Trade Center. Jason moved to Cantor’s London office just weeks before the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

He spent a total of 12 years at Cantor, including the final eight years as a partner and head of equity derivatives North America. He then traded and sold derivatives and ETFs for Jefferies.

Since leaving Wall Street, Jason has launched two hedge funds and cofounded a quantitative investment research firm that provides multi-billion-dollar money managers with unique market insights.

Jason has been invited to speak at many conferences, including the Chartered Market Technician Association (CMTA), Better System Trader, and Future Money Trends. And his research firm has created two options courses for Investopedia Academy

Jason is an avid musician, photographer, and loves science and space.

He currently lives in Florida with his wife, three sons, and two rescue dogs.


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