Ted Naganawa

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Ted Naganawa
Occupation Consulting
Location Chicago
Website www.uspocg.info

Ted Naganawa is U.S.-China strategist, and formerly a financial market expert at JP Morgan, visiting scholar at Fudan University and part-time professor of Chinese economy at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. He is also president of Ted Naganawa LLC, a U.S. research consulting firm.

He hosts forums for online discussions on U.S. policy issues, including LinkedIn US Policy & the World Group[1] at LinkedIn.


As a MarketsWiki team member, Naganawa contributed to John Lothian Newsletter with Asia news during 2008 and continues to contribute China/Asia-related content. Until 2007, he was an independent consultant to the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).[2]

Naganawa is a frequent visitor to China, Hong Kong and other parts of the Greater China area. In the first half of 2008, he spent part of his time in Shanghai, China as a visiting scholar at China Center for Economic Studies, Fudan University and a part-time professor of Chinese economy at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.

Naganawa has been an author of essays and analysis on U.S. politics, free market economy, Hong Kong issues and immigration reform, and currently publishes a policy journal, US Policy and Rest of the World, which encompasses all U.S. policy and its impact on the rest of the world, aiming to provide common sense policy analysis and present opinions from around the world to U.S. policymakers.

Until 2005, Naganawa was a vice president at J.P. Morgan Futures Inc. in Chicago, specializing in U.S. Treasury products and Eurodollars from macroeconomic and geopolitical perspectives. Prior to that, he was at Cargill Investor Services, the brokerage division of Cargill.


Naganawa has an MBA from Rice University in Houston, Texas. There he majored in Finance and graduated with honors, receiving the Financial Executives Award in 1994.[3]

Published Works

  • China 2047[4]
  • A Futures Market with Chinese Characteristics[5]
  • Why Is Shanghai Gold Futures Stagnating?[6]
  • Challenges for Chinese Stock Index Futures[7]
  • Working Paper: Chinese Treasury Futures[8]

Contact Info


  1. US Policy & the World Group. LinkedIn.
  2. Ted Naganawa. LinkedIn.
  3. Ted Naganawa. LinkedIn.
  4. China 2047. Ted Naganawa LLC.
  5. A Futures Market with Chinese Characteristics. American Academy of Financial Management.
  6. Why Is Shanghai Gold Futures Stagnating?. Ted Naganawa LLC.
  7. Challenges for Chinese Stock Index Futures. Ted Naganawa LLC.
  8. Working Paper: Chinese Treasury Futures. Ted Naganawa LLC.