Jonas Max Ferris

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Jonas Max Ferris
Born (1971-09-13) September 13, 1971 (age 49)
Southfield, Massachusetts, U.S.
Occupation TV personality, economist, columnist
Years active 1993–present
Spouse(s) Dagen McDowell (m. 2005)

Jonas Max Ferris (born September 13, 1971, Southfield, Massachusetts) is an economist, investment advisor, and Fox News economic analyst who regularly appears as a panelist on Fox Business' Channel stocks and investment news program Cashin' In. Ferris joined Fox Business Network (FBN) as a panelist on the stocks investment/news program Cashin' In in 2002. He provides financial advice and services to consumers, and founded MAXFunds.com.[1][2]

Biography

Ferris was raised in Greenwich Village, New York City.[3] In 1993, he graduated from Manhattanville College after which he worked for several funds: Bull & Bear Fund and American Heritage Fund.[4] In 1997, he graduated from the University of Georgia Business School.[4] He co-founded with his University of Georgia classmate Jason Burr, the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Maxfunds.com Inc.[4][5] MaxFunds focuses on providing information on new and small funds that are generally not covered by the major publications and have less of a performance record.[4]

His wife is Fox Business anchor Dagen McDowell.[3]

Criticism

Ferris was criticized in the wake of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi for saying about Saudi Arabia that it "is one of the safest places to be a journalist in the world." He defended Saudi Arabia on the basis of its contributions to the US economy, including investments in Silicon Valley.[6]

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