Anthony Grisanti is the Founder and President of GRZ ENERGY, and has over 30 years of experience in the futures industry.
After attending college in Buffalo, N.Y., Mr. Grisanti moved to New York City and began working in the commodities markets. In 1990 he began employment with Bear Stearns and shortly thereafter qualified for membership on the New York Mercantile Exchange where he has remained in good standing for the past 24 years. Series 3 holder and oil analyst, he became an energy trader for Bear Stearns handling a variety of customer and house accounts in all energy futures and options rings.
In 1995, Mr. Grisanti formed GRZ ENERGY to focus his expertise on the energy futures and options markets. GRZ's consultation services have included hedging, trading and portfolio management. Our broad investor base ranges from individual and institutional energy market investors to producers and refiners.
Mr. Grisanti is a founding director of Building Homes for Heroes- a highly rated national non-profit which builds and renovates homes for severely wounded U.S. veterans. In 2014, 17 homes were completed and they hope to complete 25 to 30 in 2015.
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