George Skirha began his financial career in the Eurodollar pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1993, where he learned about trading and how markets worked from the ground up. Beginning as a runner for an independent filling broker, he quickly moved up to an arbitrage clerk; transferring messages, orders, and quotes from one of the busiest trading pits in the world to some of the largest investment houses on the street. Every day he was responsible for the accuracy of billions of dollars of transactions.
George quickly became of student of market history and intrigued with all aspects of technical analysis. Often staying on the trading floor studying charts and indicators until late in the evening after everyone had left except the janitors.
In 1997, the trading floor began to change and George decided that it was inevitable that the future of the markets would go electronic, and it was better to get established working with clients off the trading floor sooner rather than later. He began working with clients that year and has continued to try and help clients achieve their investment goals ever since.
George considers himself to be an expert of many technical indicators and “reading a chart”, but prides himself on his expertise of Fibbonnacci numbers and other “time and price” indicators. These have become his passion over the years and form the core of his trading methodology.
George’s philosophy on trading has become “less is more” regarding frequency of trades, and does publish a daily e-newsletter called the Skirha Report with his trade recommendations for the e-mini S&P, T-bonds and Crude Oil. His main focus is the e-mini S&P trading program and continues to work to improve it constantly.
If you are looking for an experienced professional to help you when you need it, give George Skirha a call at 1.800.958.9519, or 1.312.706.7611 or email at email@example.com
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