Henry Blodget is an American businessman, an investor, a journalist as well as an author who is also a former equity research analyst. In addition to that, Blodget was also a senior internet analyst for the CIBC Oppenheimer and the head of a Global Internet Research team at the Merrill Lynch during dot-com era. Because of his violations of the securities laws and the subsequent civil trial conviction, he is permanently banned from his involvement in the industry of securities. At present, he is the editor as well as the CEO of the Business Insider which is a business news aggregator site and he is also the host of the Yahoo Daily Ticker that is the finance show on Yahoo.
Now, let us gain few more information related to the bio of Blodget which has been extracted from various sources. He is the native of United States. He was raised up in Upper East Side of Manhattan. He is the child of a commercial banker. Blodget went to get his education from the Phillips Exeter Academy. After that, he got enrolled at the Yale University from where he received the Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. While there, he was also the member of the Society of Orpheus and Bacchus.
After completing his college, Henry taught English in Japan and then he moved to San Francisco for trying to be the writer while also supporting himself by giving the tennis lessons. Additionally, he was also the freelance journalist and a proofreader for the Harper’s Magazine. In 1994, he joined a corporate finance training program at the Prudential Securities and after a couple of years, he moved to Oppenheimer & Company.
Henry Blodget is one among the popular and loved celebrities on the TV screen whom we have been knowing and viewing daily. Some of you may also be the fan of him since a long time as well as some of you may also love to access some other news related to him. Some of us may also have the information regarding his family, personal life, as well as the professional career from different gossip pages, newspaper, and magazines. Blodget has been active in this field since years and during these periods, he has already garnered numerous fans on his social sites which also include Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Later, Henry became the CEO, Co-founder and the editor in chief of Silicon Alley Insider. There, he was the frequent contributor to Seeking Alpha website. Apart from that, he is also a frequent contributor to different magazines such as New York, Newsweek, and Slate. In January of 2007, Henry published the Wall Street Self-Defense Manual.
Henry Blodget stands at the height of five feet and some inches that suit his personality. His weight has not been recorded yet. He belongs to American nationality and is of White ethnicity. During his career till now, Blodget has gained a big amount of the salary and the net worth of his is estimated to be around $25 million. At present, he is residing in Brooklyn.