Guy Adami Net Worth
Guy Adami is an American trader, television personality, and professional investor with an estimated net worth of $30 Million. He began his trading career at Drexel Burnham Lambert working on the New York Mercantile Exchange floor in June 1986 before forging relationships with prominent financiers such as Sir James Goldsmith and Kerry Packer.
Adami began his career with AIG International Inc in 1996 before going on to Goldman Sachs’ commodity group and then onward to CIBC World Markets’ U.S. equity division as director. Today he serves as Director of Advisor Advocacy for Private Advisor Group in Morristown, New Jersey.
Adami is also an active philanthropist. He contributes to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society New Jersey Chapter as well as being on their Board. Additionally, in 2012 he participated in New York City Ironman triathlon to raise money for charity.
Adami and Linda have three children together. Adami shares pictures of his family on his social media accounts regularly – his daughter Lily is called after Linda while Timothy refers to his son. Adami and Linda have been happily married since 2 August 1997, sharing images that show both are extremely contented within their marriage.
As of 2020, Adami’s total estimated assets are valued at an estimated $30 million. He owns several properties such as his Westchester County home and an apartment in New York City apartment; additionally he also boasts owning both a boat in Hudson River as well as a helicopter.
Adami is an esteemed personality who regularly appears as one of the five RuFast Money FiveRJs on CNBC show Fast Money. Other members include Pete Najarian, Jon Najarian, Melissa Lee and Scot Wapner.
Even during his busy schedule, he always finds time for giving back to the community. His generosity includes donations to Hospice Care Network and Children’s Aid Society as well as major contributions made towards Delbarton School located in Morristown New Jersey.
Adami enjoys sports, travel and playing golf with his wife. In his free time he likes hiking through the mountains. Furthermore, Adami also has an interest in photography. He has an acute eye for detail and takes great pride in his work. In addition, he enjoys reading – having attended Croton Harmon High School where he captained both football and basketball teams as captain, earning All-League recognition in both sports. At Georgetown University, he completed a bachelor’s degree in business administration and joined Keppler Speakers Bureau as an active member. Since then he has given talks at several renowned universities such as Quinnipiac University, Georgetown University and Adelphi University; also receiving an Honorary Doctorate of Human Letters award from Quinnipiac. When not speaking or traveling professionally he enjoys spending time with family and pets in his free time.