Robert Zingale is a graduate of Arts and Sciences at Cornell University ’09 with a degree in economics. He is interested in global macro and alternative investment hedge fund strategies. Robert is currently enrolled for the CFA Level I exam. Robert has interned at Commonwealth Bank of Australia for the project management group within the Financial Risk Management department. Robert has also interned at JP Morgan Chase in the Consumer Banking Pricing Strategy group. Robert's current plans include working for a large consulting firm that specializes in executive compensation.
Independent trader for 35 years. Currently day trading options using the "weeklys." The worse experience was trading the FOREX! I still consider myself a student of the market and try to read, research and study about 3- 5 hours per day.
Americano: what are we doing? Quote: "It is well enough that people of our American nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
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Overworked and underpaid university maths teacher.
The outrageous low volatility (VIXtermination) since 2013 tells me that people are convinced that the Fed has their backs despite all the turmoil in the world.
Looking forward to the end of the Fed punchbowl and a return to markets based on fundamentals.