Striving to further the profession with diverse opportunities in continuing education, advocacy, ethics awareness, and networking.
John Gagliardi graduated from New York University with a bachelor of arts in business and legal studies. Using a thesis created at NYU’s Stern School of Business, John sold his company to Barnes and Noble (NYSE: BKS). This concept evolved to become part of the largest retailer of video games, GameStop (NYSE: GME).
On Wall Street, John began his career working in Convertible Risk Arbitrage on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. During the Internet revolution, John was an early adopter of electronic trading and direct access trading technology. He has trained professional traders and taught Series 7 classes. With a career dedicated to working with self-directed investors, John is highly proficient in market mechanics, sector research, ETFs, options, fixed income, and fundamental analysis, and earned his designation as Certified Market Technician® charter holder. He has lectured to individual investors nationwide as a keynote speaker. John has been featured as a regular guest on Bloomberg TV and Fox Business News. John has been with Fidelity Investments since 2004.
John is currently a regional brokerage consultant. His primary responsibility is to educate investors about the tools and services provided by Fidelity. Additionally, he conducts seminars on financial education both locally and on a national level.
John has passed the Series 3, 7 and 63 exams*.
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