Carter Worth Biography
Carter Braxton Worth is an American financial analyst, investor, and stock market who is also a seven-time member of the All-American Research Team of institutional investors. Worth is the CEO and founder of Carter Braxton Worth charting LLC and he is also a 32-year Wall Street Veteran. At the beginning of 2016, he was Head of Technical Analysis at Cornerstone Macro Research team.
Furthermore, he was most recently voted as the top institutional investor in 2017. Carter is a frequent guest on CNBC and his work is largely based on the principles of collective wisdom and partly behavioral science. Moreover, he is also a co-host of Options Action; carter has appeared on BNN, The Nightly Business Report, and Bloomberg TV.
Carter began his work in technical analysis at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette under Vincent Boening. Furthermore, in 2005, he joined Oppenheimer & Co. and later departed in early February 2014. Moreover, Worth’s weekly market commentary program “Money in Motion” is recognized for its “150-day moving average”’s utilization.
Carter Worth Age/ Birthday
Worth (age 56 years) was born on 15 June 1966, in Manhattan, New York, the United States of America. Moreover, he is of American nationality/citizenship by birth and he normally celebrates his birthday on June 15th every year. READ MORE: Pete Hegseth Fox New- Bio, Age, Wives, Kids, Books, House & Net Worth
Carter Worth Height/Measurements
Carter’s height is estimated to be about 5 feet 5 inches and he appears to be a guy of average stature in his photos. However, details of his weight and body measurements are currently not available yet.
Carter Worth’s Parents and Siblings/Family Background
He is the son of Merwin Braxton Worth and Theron O. Worth Jr. of New York. Further, his mother worked as a nurse administrator at Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center in New York while his father was a retired administrator of a New York office of Smith Barney, a securities brokerage firm. However, the details of his siblings are currently unknown.
Carter Worth Wife/Spouse
Worth is married to Andree Jill Finkle. The two lovebirds tied the knot on 13th January 2007 in New York and the wedding was a private one that mainly included their families and close friends. The wedding was performed by Rev. Christiane M. Lang at the Brick Presbyterian Church. Andree is a sales associate in the showroom of Donghia, a furniture, and textile design firm in New York.
Carter Worth Education Background
Carter graduated with a degree in International Relations from Boston University. After his university, he started working as a fundamental analyst at Value Line. His high school education is unknown but it is assumed that he graduated from high school in his hometown.
Carter Worth CNBC Wikipedia
Carter is a frequent guest on CNBC and his work is largely based on the principles of collective wisdom and partly behavioral science. He is also a co-host of Options Action; carter has appeared on BNN, The Nightly Business Report, and Bloomberg TV.
Nonetheless, Worth’s work has seen him being quoted in the most respected and valued publications which include; Barron’s as well as The Wall Street Journal. Furthermore, he has been a member of the All-America Research Team (seven times) for institutional investors.
Carter Worth Salary
Worth’s average annual salary ranges from $33,774 to $ 112,519 a year as an anchor at CNBC. Apparently, his actual salary is currently not available.
Carter Worth Net Worth
According to sources, Worth’s net worth ranges between $1 Million to $5 Million dollars. He has earned this fortune as a professional celebrity.
Carter Worth Technical Analysis
At the beginning of 2016, he was Head of Technical Analysis at the Cornerstone Macro Research team. He is also the Chief Market Technician at the firm. He recently was ranked 1st in the 2017 Institutional Investor vote.
Carter Worth on Gold
Worth said in an interview at CNBC’s “Fast Money” that it is all about tactical versus structural when it comes to valuable and precious metals such as gold.
Carter Worth Tesla
On a show at CNBC’s “Options Action”, gave out his opinion on Tesla Inc. that the pattern could repeat itself after the 2015-2019 consolidation.
Carter Worth Stock Picks
He spoke on CNBC’s Fast Money about the stocks he would buy in May. He wants to take the opportunity because of the unchanged stocks.
Carter Worth Bitcoins
On CNBC’s Fast Money together with Melissa Lee, Carter charts where the cryptocurrency is headed now that it crossed over $60,000.