Joe Correnti is Director of Portfolio Construction & Guidance. He and his team play a critical role in management of the Essential and Selective Portfolios, as well as the launch and management of the tailored portfolios offered in Personalized Portfolios. Joe is responsible for leading the Portfolio Construction team in Jersey City, as well as the Portfolio Guidance team located in Southlake, TX. Joe also serves as the Chief Operating Officer for TD Ameritrade Investment Management, LLC.
He has over 20+ years’ experience in Financial Services having served as Director of Research, Director of Investments, and as a member of the Investment Strategy team at Edward Jones. He holds Series 7, 8, 16, 24, 63, and 65 securities licenses.
Joe has received his MBA from Saint Louis University, and his certificate in financial planning from the College of Financial Planning. He has received his Certified Investment Management Analyst certification (C.I.M.A.®) through the Investments and Wealth Institute, while completing the CIMA® academic program through the Yale School of Management.
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