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Rick John Santelli is a trader, commentator, and CNBC’s editor. CNBC stands for Business News Network. He has been an editor for the CNBC since 1999, but by then, he had joined as an on-air editor. He would report mostly from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade.
Rick Santelli has experienced an exciting and successful career, to say the least.
Rick started his career in 1979, and he used to be a trader and an order filler at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange markets. These markets included foreign currencies, gold, lumber, CD’s, livestock, and T-bills. He also worked as a financial trader and executive for Drexel Burnham Lambert. After some time, he became the vice president of Interest Rate Futures and Options. Rick was couched by RJ Abrams on how to trade, customer relations, and foreign exchange.
Family and Personal Life
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Rick is married to Terri Santelli. They have been together since 2015. The couple lives in Wayne in Illinois. According to online sources, the couple has three daughters. He is the grandson of four Italian immigrants. He is a member of both the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Terri Santelli|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Rick John Santelli|
|Age (as of today)||66 years|
|Date of Birth||July 6, 1956|
|Place of Birth||Chicago, Illinois|
|Height||1.69 m, 5 feet 7 inches|
|Weight||77 kg, 170 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$8 Million|
|Occupation||Cnbc Editor, Journalist, Trader|
Height, Weight, and Age
Rick Santelli's height is pretty average measuring 1.69 m. Rick Santelli weighs 77 kg. Being born on July 6, 1956, translates to an age of 66 years as of todays date (September 30, 2022).
I’ve said from day one, when Donald Trump gets in there, he’s going to make an equal number of Republicans unhappy as Democrats unhappy.Rick Santelli
No, traditions and norms aren’t rules in the Constitution. There’s a difference between a tradition and a law.Rick Santelli
Most of the mainstream coverage of most of the crisis – the economy, the road to get here, and the Tea Party – has been very much lacking.Rick Santelli
I think hacking’s important. Most Americans should worry about it no matter what side of the aisle you’re on.Rick Santelli
Leonardo Fibonacci, the great 13th century Italian mathematician (1175-1250) created the ‘Fibonacci sequence’ to explain behavior in nature mathematically. History has it that the first question he posed was how many rabbits would be created in one year starting with one pair.Rick Santelli