JJ began his career as a Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) market maker in 1985. He also worked for ING Bank and Blue Capital, and was Managing Director of Option Trading for Van Der Moolen USA. In 2006, he joined thinkorswim®, which TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. acquired in 2009. After leading the Educational Events team, he became Managing Director of Active Trader Services in 2009.
A 30-year trading veteran based in Chicago, JJ is a CNBC "Fast Money" guest and is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and Reuters News.
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A lot has been going right for Wall Street this week, as solid bank earnings have added to optimism from bumper economic data and a surprise pullback in Treasury yields.
Netflix earnings are on the docket for April 20 after the bell and, once again, subscriber add-ons will likely be center-stage as the streaming giant continues to spread its global footprint.
It’s a big day for the big banks, with JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs leading the way on better than expected results. The market as a whole only rose a little, with more banks expected to report tomorrow and Fed Chairman Powell talking later today.
The second wave of megabank earnings reports starts Thursday and continues Friday, with investors expected to focus on both consumer banking and capital markets performance for the big companies.
One day before the start of earnings season, a pause in J&J’s Covid vaccine due to blood clots is weighing on “reopening stocks” early on. However, trading could be slow and muted today ahead of the big bank earnings due first thing Wednesday.
Three of the biggest U.S. banks—JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Wells Fargo—report Q1 results Wednesday. Rising interest rates likely helped banks recover from a challenging 2020.
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