Meikel Mokry started his career as a Sales & Trading Analyst at Citigroup in NYC. At Citigroup, he developed a broad macro and cross-asset background working at the Equity Trading Strategy, FX Short-Term Interest Trading (STIRT), and Municipal Bond Derivatives Trading desks. In 2014, he joined New Albion Partners as an Associate in Equity Derivatives Strategy. He focused most of his time on trade idea generation in the ETF and single-stock options space. Before joining Market Realist in 2016, Meikel worked at Macro Risk Advisors as an Institutional Equity and Equity Options Sales trader on the Vice President level. Meikel has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. He majored in Finance with a minor in Economics, finishing Summa Cum Laude in his graduating class.
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