Rick Santelli CNBC, Salary, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Illness and Bio

Rick Santelli Biography; What happened to Rick Santelli?

The CNBC Business News network now employs Rick Santelli as an editor. On June 14, 1999, he became an on-air editor for CNBC and largely reported from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade. Previously, he served as the vice president for institutional trading and a hedge fund account for products related to futures. By making a comment on February 19, 2009, he is also seen as serving as a spark in the early development of the Tea Party movement.

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Starting somewhere, Santelli began his career as a trade and order filler at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in a variety of markets including lumber, CDs, T-bills, gold, foreign currencies, and livestock in the year 1979.

Rick Santelli Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background:- How old is Rick Santelli?

On July 6, 1956, in Chicago, Illinois, the United States of America, Rick Santelli was born. He is currently 67 years old. Every year on July 6, he has a birthday celebration. And although Rick, a native of Chicago, is of Italian descent, he was born an American.  READ MORE: Kim Passoth FOX5, Bio/Wiki, Age, Height, Las Vegas, Salary & Net Worth

Rick Santelli Height, Weight, and Other Measurements:- How tall is Rick Santelli?

Santelli is a man of medium height, measuring 5 feet 6 inches (1.67 meters). His other measurements, however, have not yet been made public.

Learn More About Rick Santelli’s Parents and Siblings

Santelli was born near Taylor Streat in Chicago’s old Italian neighborhood and moved with his family to Lambard, Illinois at age six. He is the grandson of four Italian immigrants. Apparently, there is no candid information regarding Rick’s parents and siblings.

Rick Santelli Wife/Spouse:- Is Rich Santell married? Who is Rick Santelli married to?

Santelli got married to Terri Santelli in 2015. Moreover, they live happily in the western suburbs of Chicago near Wheaton, Illinois.

Rick Santelli Children

Santelli and Terri are blessed with three daughters namely Juliet Santelli Cecala, Alyssa Santelli, and Lauren Santelli.

Rick Santelli Education Background

Santelli attended Willowbrook High School in Villa Park, Illinois where after that, he attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he was also a member of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in the economy in 1979

Rick Santelli CNBC

Santelli began working with CNBC in 1999 serving as an on-air editor broadcasting live from Chicago Mercantile Exchange. His focus is on interest rates Federal reserves and foreign exchange.

He is a contributor to ‘Squawks on the Streat’ (M-F, 9 AM -11 AM ET) on CNBC. Rick has reported on the market in print as well as on local national radio and TV.

Apart from working with CNBC, Santelli previously worked at the institutional financial future and options at Sanwa Futures L.L.C. where he was a vice president handling institutional trade and hedge accounts for a variety of future-related products.

Rick has additionally worked as a vice president of Institutional Futures and Options at Rand Financial Services where he served as managing director at the Derivative Products Group of Geldermann. Nonetheless, he worked focusing on “Interest Rate Futures and Options” at the “Chicago Board of Trade”.

Starting somewhere, Santelli began his career as a trade and order filler at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in a variety of markets including lumber, CDs, T-bills, gold, foreign currencies, and livestock in the year 1979.

Moreover, Rick attended the University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana with a bachelor’s degree in science. Santelli has also been a member of the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

Additionally, Rick has worked as a vice president of Institutional Futures and Options at Rand Financial Services where he served as managing director at the Derivative Products Group of Gelderman and also focused on the Interest Rate Futures and Options in “Chicago Board of Trade” for Lambert, Drexel in Burnham.

Rick Santelli CNBC Controversies

“Covid-19 Virus” remark

In 2020, Santelli stated, during a live broadcast of The Santelli Exchange, on March 5. He suggested maybe we’d be just better off if we gave the virus to everyone, then it would be over in a month.

Rick added that the death rate of COVID-19 may not be going any different if we did it that way than in the long-term picture. Nonetheless,  he added that the difference is, that we’re bringing havoc on worldwide economies. Rick followed the statement with an apology for making the most ignorant statement about the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Chicago Tea Party” remarks

On February 19, 2009, Rick drew attention to his remarks made about the Homeowner Affordable and Stability Plan. It was announced on the 8th of February. On his live broadcast from Chicago, Rick accused the government of “promoting bad behavior” and raised the possibility of a “Chicago tea party”.

Additionally, he suggested that individuals who knowingly obtain high -mortgages (and face impending foreclosure as a consequence) were losers. In response, The Tea Party movement ” ignited” a national phenomenon.

Santelli’s remarks were described as a rant and CNBC canceled his scheduled interview. Santelli later addressed the concern and clarified his comments that the event is staged.

Rick Santelli Salary:- How much does Rick Santelli make?

Santelli earns an estimated annual salary of $ 2 million.

Rick Santelli Net Worth:- What is Rick Santelli’s net worth?

Santelli has an estimated net worth of $ 8 million.

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