Dan Nathan is the Co-Founder and Editor of RiskReversal.com, a service committed to assisting equity traders/investors understand the alternative ways they can express their views in the financial markets.
In 2017, Dan founded Risk Reversal Advisors, which offers consulting services to investment banks and investment advisors.
Dan has spent the better part of the last 20 years as a proprietary equity & options trader at hedge funds (SAC, Exis & Cheyne Capital) and within the equity derivatives group of Merrill Lynch. From 2009 to 2016 Dan served as a broker to investment banks for large equity option block trades while also offering trade structure and fundamental trade ideas to investment managers.
Dan is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania,originally from Syracuse he now lives in New York City with his wife and two daughters.
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CNBC contributor Dan Nathan discusses his bet against biotech as the sector has its worst day since January.
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CNBC Contributor Dan Nathan discusses Disney's earnings ahead of its quarterly report.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan discusses the options market implying a 7-percent move in Tesla.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan discusses Snap's implied move after their lockup expires.
CNBC Contributor Dan Nathan speaks about Snap's stock performance as the lockup nears its end.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan talks about betting on banks ahead of Goldman Sachs earnings.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan reports on the increase in options calls for Delta Airlines.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan talks about his bullish bet on Blue Apron after the stock fell to its IPO price.
CNBC Contributor Dan Nathan talks about Costco's soaring call action.