Insana started his own hedge fund, and later left it and CNBC in August to join SAC Capital. “The one regret I have is we ended up losing money,” Insana said.
But earlier this month he returned to the network, in a part-time role.
Now Insana says he can share his experience as a player in the financial market with the TV audience. “I got to see it first-hand,” he said. “In the media world, you rarely get the chance to go inside.”
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