John PangereSenior Analyst, Rogue Strategic Trader

John Pangere

John Pangere is a former investment banker, where he worked on late-stage venture deals and with early stage startups, raising tens of millions of dollars for companies like Twitter and Bloom Energy before they went public.

John has successfully traded currencies, futures, options, and invested in stocks and real estate for years.

But he didn’t start out in finance. He has an engineering degree from Purdue University and managed multimillion-dollar construction projects at his family’s business before switching to finance. He’s the man behind Strategic Trader, responsible for creating the proprietary method of evaluating warrants that’s earned his subscribers gains of up to 4,942%.

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