Recounting the Days
November 28, 2016
Options guru and veteran floor trader Frank Fahey kicks off the show talking voter fraud, a potential recount and how it would affect the markets. Wolf Richter of WolfStreet.com returns to the show to discuss the auto industry and much more.
Guests & Co-Hosts
Frank Fahey is a multidisciplinary professional with over 30 years experience in Options Trading and Sales Management with an exceptional track record of superior results in high risk-reward corporate and entrepreneurial environments. He has been a member of both the Chicago Board Options Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade. Frank is one of the few non-exchange employees certified to teach classes on advanced options strategy and options volatility on behalf of the Options Industry Council. Frank is consulting with an international agricultural cooperative to develop and implement strategies to use options to enhance hedging of their crops. He has worked a CBOE DPM, to develop Vega and gamma focused algorithms and methodologies for computer-based tools, and is the ad-hoc risk manager and consulting strategist for a private family hedge fund. Frank has developed presentations, seminars, webinars, and course content for the Chicago Board Options Exchange, the Options Industry Council, DiscoverOptions, OptionVue, PEAK6 University and CzechWealth (Prague).
Wolf Richter is the CEO of Wolf Street Corp. and the editor-in-chief at Wolf Street, where he muses about economic, business, and financial issues, Wall Street shenanigans, European entanglements, and other things, debacles, and opportunities in the US, Europe, Japan, and occasionally China.
Wolf lives and labors in San Francisco. He has over twenty years of C-level operations experience, including turnarounds and a VC-funded startup. He earned a BA and MBA in Texas and an MA in Oklahoma, and worked in both states for years – before moving on.
He is the author of two books: BIG LIKE: CASCADE INTO AN ODYSSEY, a travel memoir of an almost regular guy who gets totally unstuck in Tokyo —a “funny as hell non-fiction book about wanderlust and traveling abroad”; and TESTOSTERONE PIT, a short, edgy, humorous novel about car salesmen, their customers, managers, and shenanigans at a large Ford dealership.
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