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Living Well: Joe Terranova Gives Back

Monday, 27 Feb 2012 | 1:35 PM ET
Fast Money Halftime Report - Living Well
Fast Money Halftime Report - Living Well

You hear a lot of negative things about Wall Street and the 1% these days, but there’s a lot of positive happening too.

Unfortunately, good news doesn’t always make the front page. But it’s not any less important.

In this new feature called Living Well, we’ll be taking a regular look at the good being done by the men and women who make their living on Wall Street – people like the Fast Money traders who care a great deal about leveraging their success to make the world a better place.

In the first installment, Fast Money trader Joe Terranova explains how he’s giving back to the community.


Living Well with Fast Money's Joe Terranova
Fast Money trader Joe Terranova discusses how he gives back to the community. His charity, Bossy's Bunch, which he started with former Islander hockey player Mike Bossy, takes special needs and underprivileged children to Islander hockey games.








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