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Grand Slam Options
In 1998, Jonathan Rose began his career on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. As a pioneer of computer based trading, Jonathan was a key player in providing liquidity to the young Globex market. After 5 years trading Nasdaq Futures he was recruited to join a technology focused Fixed Income trading firm.
From 2003 to 2010, Jonathan was one of four Senior Partners at a proprietary trading firm in Chicago. He joined the firm as the 6th employee and ascended to the position of Director of Futures Trading where he was responsible for all proprietary trading operations. Jonathan built and directly managed a large group of traders (15+) and was responsible for overseeing the performance of the trading floor (60+ traders). Jonathan trained in excess of 30 traders in all aspects of Fixed Income trading.
From 2010- 2013, Jonathan had been an Equity Options Market Maker on the CBOE. He developed and managed his own portfolio, actively trading 100 plus stocks concurrently .
In 2014, Jonathan joined a private Family Office (Hedge Fund) in the suburbs of Chicago. Jonathan has worked with the firm’s investment team designing and implementing a pair trading investment strategy that focuses on Closed End Funds. He also promotes and supports other strategies within the firm, with a focus on business development. Jonathan graduated in 1997, from University of Miami, FL with a B.S. He is a 2015 Level 2 CFA Candidate .
Jonathan completed the Madison Ironman in 2011, as well as 4 Marathons in the last 4 years. He spends his free time with his beautiful wife, two boys and his guitar Metals Mastery.
What is Trading?
At tradimo you will learn how to trade the financial markets online – but exactly what is online trading? This article will give you an understanding of how trading can be defined and how online trading works.
Everybody is familiar with the term “trading”. Most of us have traded in our everyday life, although we may not even know that we have done so. Essentially, everything you buy in a store is trading money for the goods you want.