Tony started his career in 1973 on the 68th floor of the north tower of the World Trade Center as a financial analyst. He then moved uptown to work in investment banking at Morgan Stanley & Co. Seven years later he moved to Philadelphia to become a broker and eventually help lead an effort to establish the Senior Consulting Group at Prudential Securities. He spent several years providing investment consulting to an institutional client base at Prudential. He followed that with 20 years as Director of Marketing for a multibillion-dollar private hedge fund firm. He then went on to establish his own Investment Advisory firm, Cottone Capital. He merged his firm with long-time friend Carl Schultz to become the President of Forefront Wealth Management. Tony has both his BS in Economics and MBA degrees from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Tony plays as much golf as he can find time for and enjoys an affection for Formula 1 racing and cars in general. He and his wife Sandy have been married and living on the Main Line for over 40 years. They have three children and six grandchildren.