How Much Is Steve Cortes' Net Worth? His Salary, Income, And Career
Everyone who is linked with President Donald Trump is always on the hype, and the same to Steve Cortes, who is an American broadcast journalist and independent trader. He is a CNN contributor who joined President Trump’s presidential campaign during his 2016 presidential election.
Being a member of Donald Trump’s Hispanic Advisory Council and working with numerous broadcasts networks like CNBC, Fox, and Bloomberg TV, he definitely has been earning a huge salary with a high figure of net worth and earnings.
Steve Cortes’ Net Worth In 2019
Right after graduation from University, Steve Cortes joined straight into a career for selling government bonds with Prudent Financial Inc. He then started trading independently and later founded VeraCruz LLC. Since then, he has been actively working in numerous fields like writing, broadcasting, and television career.
While talking about Steve Cortes’ net worth figure, he did not disclose the exact figure of his worth. However, sources have reported that his net worth might be in $hundred thousand or in $million that he earned from his broadcasting career.
His journalism and being an independent trader are his primary sources of income, whereas he also earns a hefty amount of money being President Trump’s Hispanic Advisory Council. His other main source of income is his book.
Talking about his salary, Paysa reported that the journalists and reporter in CNBC earn more than $80, 532 per annum. Likewise, the journalist for Bloomberg TV makes in between $72,171 - $142,576 per annum, whereas Fox pays in between $48,441 to $90,920 per year.
Steve Cortes’ Career, Broadcasting Channels, And Books
Upon graduation from Georgetown University, Steve jumped directly into business career firstly working for selling government bonds with Prudent Financial Inc. He then started trading independently. In 2002, he founded VeraCruz LLC.
Besides founding VeraCruz, Steve is also a chief strategist for BGC Partners.
Steve worked for over two decades on Wall Street; he soon became a contributor on CNBC’s Fast Money Talk. He first appeared in television in 2007 and continues to appear in television channels like Bloomerang TV, Fox News, and CNBC working on the business, finance, and political segments.
Steve is also an author and has published his book titled Against the Herd: 6 Contrarian Investment Strategies You Should Follow in December 2001.