Living Well: Joe Terranova Gives Back

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.

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