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About Jon Najarian

Jon Najarian is the founder of, and editor of ChangeWave Options Trader (

After a brief career as a linebacker with the Chicago Bears, in 1981 Jon Najarian started working as an unpaid apprentice clerk on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) for six months. He found his discipline, quick reflexes, and competitive nature were well-suited to the demands of floor trading, and he subsequently bought a CBOE seat and started trading in the IBM pit. Within a few years, Jon Najarian established himself as one of the exchange's biggest players.

Jon Najarian first began publishing his market observations in the mid-1990's, which led to He also provides stock market updates and is the host of "Stocks & Jocks, Taking Care of Business with Doctor J", which is carried on CBS Radio's Infinity Broadcasting Network. Jon Najarian has also written a book, How I Trade Options.

About ChangeWave Options Trader

ChangeWave Options Trader is a weekly advisory newsletter service for options traders. Jon Najarian and the ChangeWave Research Alliance's goal is to deliver:

  • Trades that are successful 75%-80% of the time

  • Trades you unwind after just 30-90 days

  • Winners that deliver 65%-75% gains as a regular course

  • A few 200%-300% winners

ChangeWave Options Trader helps subscribers multiply profits as much as tenfold, making one to two trades each week, and at the same time slash the risk factor with their "Pro's Edge" trading strategy. They help subscribers avoid mistakes that trap most amateur options investors, by using options the way that pros do. Contact Information

ChangeWave Customer Service
2420 Gehman Lane
Lancaster, PA 17602


Jon Najarian and his brother, Pete, publish their daily observations along with their Stock To Watch™ by 6:30am (CT) virtually every business day. An e-mail of this report is also delivered by this same time. At 1:00pm (CT) every business day, the Najarian brothers publish their unusual activity report and e-mail it as well. In that report, Jon and Pete detail which equity call or put options are the focus of institutional buying, usually a precursor to movement in the underlying security. The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CNBC, Maretwatch, and Reuters all follow and report what Jon and Pete Najarian are seeing, and now many of these updates include an option trade that takes advantage of what the Najarians and their computerized systems are seeing. This information is posted to Option Trader™, Option Trader Pro™,, and is delivered by e-mail to subscribers. Between 11:00am and 2:00pm, publishes their Option Trade(s). Contact Information

Traders Edge Network, LLC
(801) 293-9667

The above description was assembled using information from the publisher's site. All registered or unregistered trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective owners, and no trademark rights to the same are claimed.

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