Source of Wealth:Business, Investment, Finance, Television
Full Name:Jeff Macke
Date of Birth:April 7, 1969
Occupation:Businessman and Financial Expert
Education:Dartmouth College and Stanford University
About Jeff Macke
Jeff Macke is an American businessman and renowned financial expert who has an estimated net worth of $25 million. He is the founder and president of Macke Asset Management (MAM). For the last ten years, he has been a professional investor and ran a successful hedge fund between 1999 and 2004. He co-founded the investment partnership Macke Partners and a Board of Director for Duckwall-Alco.
Macke is best known for his appearance in Fast Money on CNBC along with Guy Adami, Tim Strazzni and Eric Bolling. It is a talk show on financial stock trading created by Dylan Ratigan and Susan Krakower. It started airing on CNBC on June 21, 2006.
Born on April 7, 1969, Jeff Macke graduated from Edina High School in Minnesota in 1987. He then went to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where he earned a degree in philosophy in 1991. He continued his education with an MBA from Stanford University in 1997.
Mr. Macke has worked for Senn-Delaney, a leading retail culture consultant firm and as an analyst for Palo-Alto investors. He also developed a training program for Sears and has run two hedge funds including Buckshot Capital. He is a West Coast editor and contributes to financial website Minyanville.com and Breakout.com both on Yahoo! Finance.
Jeff Macke is one financial journalist, former hedge fund manager, and cable/web news anchor.
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