Alex Coffey is the co-Host of Fast Market on the TD Ameritrade Network program. Alex’s main role at TD Ameritrade is Senior Specialist of
Client and Market Structure Insights. Alex has a background in financial
markets and market structure.
Having been with TD Ameritrade since 2014, he
was previously a Senior Specialist on the Retail Trade Desk and Client Services
Coffey graduated from the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln with a double major in Finance and Accounting and a double
minor in Math and Economics. He holds his Series 7, 63, 3, and 34 U.S.
securities industry licenses.
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