Guy is an original member of CNBC's Fast Money. He is currently the Chief Market Strategist and Director of Advisory Advocacy at Private Advisor Group in Morristown, New Jersey. Private Advisor Group is comprised of a network of nearly 500 advisors with assets approaching $16B.
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.
Guy is the vice chairman of the NJ Chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and is a graduate of Georgetown University. He is also a board member of Invest in Others. In August 2012, Guy completed the New York City Ironman.
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New York hedge fund manager John Paulson has replaced Warren Buffett as the nation's most influential investor, in the opinion of three of tonight's Fast Money traders. It's too early to know if Paulson really will be seen as the "Warren Buffett of our lifetime," as one of those traders boldly puts it, but his star is shining very brightly right now on Wall Street.
Too many analysts are making too many calls. How on earth is anyone supposed to sort through the multitude of conflicting notes on the banks today?
After six months as a weekly program, CNBC's "Fast Money" will join the network's primetime lineup beginning Monday, Jan. 8th, airing Monday-Friday at 8 PM ET and broadcasting from the NASDAQ Stock Market's street level MarketSite studio in New York's Times Square. "Fast Money," anchored by CNBC's Dylan Ratigan, is a rapid-paced, highly charged hour where four of Wall Street's best traders debate and discuss the hot trades of the day. "Fast Money" is the only financial news program that converts news of the day into daily trading opportunities. Each program begins with Ratigan asking, "Where's the money? What's the trade? What's your move?"