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Todd Harrison is the Founding Partner of CB1 and our Chief Investment Officer. Todd has spent almost three decades on Wall Street managing risk and researching financial market strategies. His institutional experience includes Morgan Stanley Global Equity Derivatives (VP), The Galleon Group (MD-Derivatives), and Cramer, Berkowitz LLC (President and Head of Trading).
Todd was also the Founder and CEO of Minyanville Media, Inc., an Emmy Award winning financial media company that covered global markets in real-time, developed, and licensed investment content to broker-dealers, and wrote real-time content that enabled millions of traders and investors to make more informed financial decisions. He oversaw all operating segments, enterprise relationships, dot.com properties, investment products and newsletters, gaming platforms, production studios and events.
Todd is also the founder & President of The Ruby Peck Foundation for Children’s Education, a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and he serves on the Advisory Board of the Nassau County Police Department Foundation. His first book, The Other Side of Wall Street, was published in 2011 by FT Press, and he received an Emmy Award from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
He has been active in the research of financial market learning tendencies among college students, and was a contributing author to “ Threat, Intimidation, and Student Financial Market Knowledge: An Empirical Study,” published in the Journal of Education for Business.
Mr. Harrison has appeared on CNBC, FOX, FOX Business, MSNBC and Bloomberg as a financial authority and has been quoted and covered in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Worth, Fortune, Forbes, Barron’s, Dow Jones MarketWatch, New York Magazine and Canada’s National Post. He was featured in the 20th Anniversary documentary of Oliver Stone’s Wall Street and the 2013 documentary, Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve; he was the international spokesman for eSignal, a division of IDC, from 2012-2014. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Syracuse University.