About Mark Putrino
Mark has extensive experience in the institutional investment management industry. He was the Head of Trading at three different investment advisors and hedge funds. His experience also includes trading directly for two of the best money managers in the history of the industry, Mario Gabelli and Steven A. Cohen.
Mark is a member of the Market Technicians Association and has held the Chartered Market’s Technician Certification (CMT) since 2002. He earned a Masters Degree in Finance at New York University, and a Bachelors in Economics at the University of Connecticut.
He is an avid (but not very good) golfer and a former professional classical guitar player. He lives in Connecticut with his wife, twin daughters, dog, and three guinea pigs.
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