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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
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I agree we should end the Fed… but I choose to use my rich dad’s advice, which is “be the Fed.” I create my own vehicles — investments, intellectual property, and assets — that put money in my pocket, month after month and year after year, whether I continue to work or not. That’s “being the Fed,” or printing your own money.