Quick Facts Ron Insana
Ron Insana is a reporter for Market Score Board Report with Ron Insana, broadcasted by Compass, and also a Senior Analyst and Commentator at CNBC. Previously, he was a Managing Director of Insana Capital Partners from establishment to collapse.
Ron is also a former anchor for CNBC’s “Street Signs”, which aired weekdays during stock market hours. As for now, the reporter is married to Melinda Panella Insana and has three children. Scroll to know more on Insana.
Ron Insana Net Worth and Earning
Ron Insana currently serves as the Senior Analyst at CNBC. Prior to that, he also worked with Financial News Network as a journalist.
Starting 1984 it’s been almost three decades since he joined his profession as a journalist, from which he has earned a sizeable net worth for himself. As of 2018, the reporter has accepted a decent amount of $1 million approximately from the network.
Besides financial earning from the networking field, his house located in New Jersey and vehicles that he owns can also be included as his personal assets.
Ron has also an attachment towards animals and possesses a dog named Coco.
Although, Ron Insana has not disclosed the details of the salary that he has received from the cable networks. As of 2019, Ron has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Ron Insana Personal Life, Married, Affairs and Children
Ron is a married man, who has spent more than twenty years of his life with his wife, Melinda Panella Insana. She is a daughter of Charles Panella, an American businessman and an executive director at Joseph E. Seagram & Sons Inc.
They were boyfriend and girlfriend before exchanging their wedding vows in 1995 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church situated in Eaglewood, New Jersey. Their wedding ceremony was foreseen by Rev Kenneth M. Near.
CAPTION: Ron and his family members celebrating a birthday
Since their marriage, the couple, Ron Insana and Melinda Insana have parented three children together. Ron has still not disclosed the name of her children but he’s quite close with his family which can be seen from Rob Insana’s posts in social media platforms.
The married couple has lived together for a very long time without rumors of extramarital affairs, and there is also no sign of divorce and separation yet.
Ron Insana Early Life and Education
Ron Insana was born on March 31, 1961, in the United States of America to father, Arthur, and mother, Adelia J. Insana. There are no more details on his parents except their identity. As per his nationality, he holds an American citizen and belongs to White ethnicity. Further, his star sign is Aries.
Talking about his educational background, Insana has earned his degree from Chaminade College Preparatory. Moreover, he has also graduated with honors from California State University, Northridge.
Ron Insana Career and Progression
Insana began his career as an FNN production assistant, rising to managing editor and chief of Financial News Network’s (FNN) Los Angeles bureau in 1984 at the time the two networks combined. While at FNN, he was selected for a Golden ACE Award for covering the 1987 stock market crash.
Moreover, he also authored books like Trend Watching: How to Avoid Wall Street’s Next Fads, Manias, and Bubbles which was published by Harpers Business in November 2002.
In 1996 his first book, Traders’ Tales (John Wiley), a collection of a tale about Wall Street life, was published. His second book was published by Harpers Business in October 2000 as The Message of the Markets.
Insana also worked for CNBC in the 1991 merger with the Financial News Network. He is a regular contributor to NBC’s The Today Show and Imus in the Morning before its MSNBC cancellation as well as NBC Nightly News, and other programs.
On September 11, 2001, he described witnessing the collapsed towers on NBC’s Today show with Matt Lauer and Katie Couric. Additionally, Insana writes a monthly column for USA Today entitled “Talking Business with Ron Insana”.
Similarly, he also hosted the nationally broadcasted radio program, The Ron Insana Show, on Westwood One.
Insana contract at CNBC expired to start his own hedge fund, Insana Capital Partners and left his anchor duties on March 1, 2006.