Jill Malandrino

Jill Malandrino is the Product Development Manager for TheStreet's OptionsProfits. In addition to managing the product and content for the site, she is a market site reporter for the NASDAQ, reports from the floor of the CME and CBOE, hosts the Morning Call for TheStreet and the All-in-One video for Options TV. Her work is featured regularly on Yahoo! Finance, Fidelity, NASDAQ, CBOE and various financial blogs.

 

Prior to OptionsProfits, Ms. Malandrino was the Market Intelligence Manager for The Fly on the Wall and headed the Institutional Product Marketing effort for the Prudential Equity Group.

 

Over her 15 year career on Wall Street, she has held various positions in institutional sales and marketing after starting out in retail branch compliance.

Recent Articles By The Author

Crude Oil's Long-Term Charts Point to More Bearish Action

Crude Oil's Long-Term Charts Point to More Bearish Action

Crude oil breaks below the key $50 level as global demand is simply not keeping up with the oversupply of product in the system.

Longer-Term Charts Point to More Bearish Action in Crude Oil

Longer-Term Charts Point to More Bearish Action in Crude Oil

Crude oil breaks below the key $50 level as global demand is simply not keeping up with the oversupply of product in the system.

Gold Bear Says China's Big Sale May Be a Buying Opportunity

Gold Bear Says China's Big Sale May Be a Buying Opportunity

With global demand for gold weak, the precious metal is trading sharply lower after China unloaded about five tons on Sunday. Does that mean it's a good time to buy?

Metals Trader Says Now May Be the Time to Go Bottom Fishing

Metals Trader Says Now May Be the Time to Go Bottom Fishing

Gold continues to trade down through key technical levels as China unloads a big position and global demand remains weak.

It's Show Me Time With Earnings, Apple Reports Tuesday

It's Show Me Time With Earnings, Apple Reports Tuesday

Traders can finally shift focus from macro headlines in Greece and China as earnings are in full swing with hundreds of companies expected to report quarterly results.

Show Me the Earnings: Apple, Morgan Stanley, General Motors, 3M

Show Me the Earnings: Apple, Morgan Stanley, General Motors, 3M

Traders can turn from Greece and China to a full slate of important earnings.

Earnings Season Heats Up Next Week; Apple Reports Tuesday

Earnings Season Heats Up Next Week; Apple Reports Tuesday

Traders can finally shift focus from macro headlines in Greece and China as earnings go into full swing next week with hundreds of companies expected to report quarterly results.

4 Companies That Could Be M&A Targets in the Energy Sector

4 Companies That Could Be M&A Targets in the Energy Sector

The energy sector, particularly Exploration and Production (E&P) stocks have been beaten down as its commodity, crude oil, remains weak due to the oversupply glut and lack of seasonal demand.

Oil Finds Its Slippery Slope in the $50-$55 Range in the Near Term

Oil Finds Its Slippery Slope in the $50-$55 Range in the Near Term

Crude oil remains under pressure as supply and demand fundamentals are strained, due to a lack of companies drawing down the product.

Trader Sees Crude Stuck in the $50-$55 Range Near-Term

Trader Sees Crude Stuck in the $50-$55 Range Near-Term

Crude oil remains under pressure as supply and demand fundamentals are strained due to lack of product drawdown.