One of the original "Fast Money Five" on CNBC's "Fast Money" and chief market strategist and director of advisor advocacy for Private Advisor Group—a hybrid RIA serving the unique needs of almost 500 independent advisors—Guy Adami is an independent trader, a champion for independent financial advice, a TV personality and a veteran financial services leader. In his current role he is advocating for financial advisors to chose the independent business model and helping them get there.
Guy has held numerous key leadership roles in the financial services industry. He began his career at Drexel Burnham Lambert in 1986 and was quickly promoted to vice president and head gold trader at the firm. He then joined Goldman Sachs in 1996 as the head gold trader and one of the many proprietary traders within the Fixed Income Currency and Commodity division. In the spring of 2000, Adami joined the U.S. Equities division of Goldman Sachs where he was put in charge of the firm's Industrial/Basic Material group. Adami also served as executive director at CIBC World Markets in 2003 in the U.S. Equities division where he was head of the sector in charge of the Industrial/Basic Material group.
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CNBC contributor Jon Najarian, and Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management, team up with FM traders Karen Finerman, Guy Adami, and Dan Nathan to discuss the best way to play eBay ahead of Carl Icahn's appearance at Delivering Alpha.
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