John Jagerson

John Jagerson

John Jagerson has worked in the capital markets and private equity for most of his career — including investing, writing, education and money management. He was a vice president for thinkorswim Group, Inc. and is currently a co-founder of PFX Global and Learning Markets.

John has a B.S. in Business Administration from Utah Valley University and completed the PLD at Harvard Business School in 2006. He is actively involved in managing his own stock, options, futures and forex portfolio.

John is the co-author of the book Profiting with Forex published in 2006 by McGraw Hill. He has been the featured trader in BusinessWeek’s Stock Trader newsletter and has written for numerous online and offline financial publications. John’s commentary and educational articles are regularly featured across the web and at www.learningmarkets.com.

But John also has another skill set that is equally important to your trading success. He is both a natural-born teacher and coach, talents he also showcases at Strategic Trader, Learning Markets and PFX Global, which he co-founded with fellow Strategic Trader editor and strategist S. Wade Hansen.

John is co-editor of Strategic Trader where he combines two great passions in order to help investors gain more confidence and make bigger profits trading stocks, covered calls, short puts and both levered and unlevered exchange-traded funds. He lives and breathes investing — virtually every aspect of it, from stocks and options to futures and Forex. He has never “met a market” that failed to fascinate him.

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With Strategic Trader, you can turn volatility in the options market to YOUR advantage. By focusing on hidden trends in mainstream news and company data, John Jagerson and Wade Hansen find unique trades that deliver a steady, reliable stream of income to your account.

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