Ben Stoto is director or research for CNBC's "Mad Money" program, a position he's held since April 2015. Previously, he served as a research analyst for Action Alerts PLUS, Jim Cramer's charitable trust portfolio. Ben began his career at JPMorgan Chase, where he was an associate with the bank's agent lending, equity trading team, initiating equity loans on behalf of institutional investor clients.Expand

Originally from Washington, DC, Ben attended Georgetown University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting. While at Georgetown, Ben worked at the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union, the largest student-run financial institution in the country, eventually serving as chief operating officer and chairman of the board of directors.Collapse

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