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Jon Najarian is a legendary options trader, hall of famer, and TV celebrity. Many know him as a best-selling author and the host of CNBC’s Halftime Report.
Jon earned the nickname “DRJ” - Dr. J - from his time working on the hardknock Chicago trading floor of the 1980’s, where he competed against some of...View More By Jon Najarian
Yesterday I covered with you the first four of my five moves for succeeding with part time trading. But I didn’t give you the final one… We’ll cover the fifth one today. And then I’m going to go over with you some key tips before you get started.
oday’s invisible economy presents a growing problem for governments because governments are by-products of the Industrial Age. The government is trying to collect taxes and define borders for the invisible economy of the Information Age. This problem for governments will grow if the invisible economy becomes too big, and the government cannot collect taxes...or define borders.
Security and freedom are not the same ideals. People who seek security are very, very different from those who seek freedom. It means having the ability to take risks and the understanding that our decisions have consequences that we must face—and rewards that we can enjoy.