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Pete Najarian, the Pit Boss, is ranked one of the top 100 traders by Trader Monthly magazine, is co-founder of optionMONSTER.com, a news and information site for options traders. Following a football career that included several seasons with the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Minnesota Vikings, Najarian took up options trading in 1992 joining his brother, Jon ‘DRJ’ Najarian, at Mercury Trading, a market-making firm at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). Two years later, he assumed responsibility for Mercury's risk and arbitrage and later led its entry onto
the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

He also led Mercury's joint venture with M.J. Meehan, the third largest specialist firm on the NYSE. From 2000 to 2004, Najarian served as president of Mercury, and helped execute its sale to Citadel, one of the world's largest hedge funds. During this period, Najarian chaired the Exemption Committee of the CBOE for three years and served as a floor official for eight terms.

More recently, he has been a founding member of One Chicago, an electronic exchange committed to becoming the global leader in futures on individual stocks, narrow-based indexes, and ETFs. He is the co-founder of Hedgehog stock, options, and futures trading platform and together with brother Jon, co-developed the Heat Seeker™ and complementary programs for tracking unusual buying activity in stocks, options, and futures. Najarian is one of the 'Fast Money Five' on CNBC’s “Fast Money,” and also contributes to CBOE-TV, the exchange's popular webcast. Najarian graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota with a degree in genetic engineering.

The following stocks are owned by Pete Najarian based on the CNBC disclosures.
URL : http://www.cnbc.com/id/18945714/site/14081545/
YearYTD
Wins
YTD
Losses
YTD
Accuracy
YTD
Gains Average
YTD
Profit Per Trade Average
      2015
up  30
down  27
up  52.63 %
up  20.93 %
up  20.93 %
      2014
up  31
down  25
up  54.39 %
up  20.54 %
up  20.03 %
      2013
up  38
down  18
up  67.86 %
up  29.13 %
up  29.13 %
      2012
up  27
down  29
up  48.21 %
down  -1.59 %
down  -1.59 %
      2011
up  21
down  35
up  37.50 %
down  -9.94 %
down  -9.94 %
      2010
up  34
down  22
up  60.71 %
up  8.72 %
up  8.72 %
      2009
up  38
down  21
up  62.30 %
up  36.72 %
up  35.21 %

Recommendations for year:

Date (ET)RatingSymbolCompany NameYTD
Gains
 
5/16/2008  
Buy AA
  
1/4/2008  
Buy AAPL
  
1/9/2008  
Sell AIG
  
3/7/2008  
Buy AMAT
  
1/10/2008  
Buy AMR
  
2/11/2008  
Buy ATI
  
5/27/2008  
Sell BAC
  
3/18/2008  
Sell BBBY
  
1/28/2008  
Buy BBY
  
1/10/2008  
Buy BIIB
  
3/7/2008  
Buy BKC
  
3/19/2008  
Buy BSC
  
5/5/2008  
Buy BUD
  
1/9/2008  
Buy C
  
1/8/2008  
Buy CFC
  
2/8/2008  
Buy CNET
  
1/23/2008  
Buy COP
  
1/1/2008  
Buy CSCO
  
1/25/2008  
Buy DOW
  
1/25/2008  
Buy DPTR
  
5/20/2008  
Buy DRYS
  
1/10/2008  
Buy EBAY
  
1/18/2008  
Buy EMC
  
1/17/2008  
Buy ETFC
  
5/28/2008  
Buy EXPE
  
1/16/2008  
Sell FRE
  
5/21/2008  
Buy FTO
  
5/15/2008  
Buy HPQ
  
1/7/2008  
Buy ISIS
  
3/18/2008  
Buy JEF
  
5/27/2008  
Buy JNPR
  
1/17/2008  
Sell LEH
  
1/7/2008  
Buy MCD
  
3/26/2008  
Sell MER
  
1/14/2008  
Buy MS
  
1/4/2008  
Buy MSFT
  
1/7/2008  
Buy N
  
1/4/2008  
Buy NEM
  
2/6/2008  
Buy NIHD
  
2/11/2008  
Buy NOK
  

* As of 8/27/2015 12:00 AM

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