Andrew Pawielski - Andrew is a firm believer of, “knowing your second trade first.” This means ALWAYS having your risk defined each trade before entering the market, and being a disciplined enough trader to keep it.
Ben Kim - Increasing capital is of course the goal of any trader. Ben works with his clients to help them try and achieve their goals in futures trading. He understands that all individual traders are at different experience levels and have various ways of approaching the markets.
Bill Peters - Even though Bill’s private clients are all industry professionals, he assists in virtually every aspect of their operations. He plays a central role in guiding clients through DT’s in-house regulatory, accounting, and marketing departments. He also leverages his widespread industry contacts to his client’s benefit by acting as a liaison and advocate with FCMs and outside technology service providers.
Brian Cullen - Brian Cullen is a Senior Futures and Options Broker and Market Strategist with Daniels Trading. He is the publisher of The Cullen Outlook newsletter and the author of How To Guide: 10 Rules for Technical Futures Trading and How To Guide: 12+ Candlestick Formations Every Technical Trader Should Know, guides for traders looking to learn or improve their technical trading skills.
Burton Schlichter - Burt Schlichter has over 20 years of futures trading experience, including educating, mentoring, and executing for retail and institutional clients. He places a strong emphasis on trading the markets from a technical standpoint and on utilizing spread trading.
Craig Turner - Craig Turner is a Senior Broker at Daniels Trading, author of Turner’s Take newsletter, and a Contributing Editor for Grain Analyst. Craig is often quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Dow Jones Newswire, Corn & Soybean Digest, and also makes appearances on SiriusXM – Rural Radio Channel 80 providing commentary for the Grain and Livestock markets. Craig has also been featured in FutureSource’s Fast Break series, Futures Magazine Online, and INO.com.
Don DeBartolo - Due to his widespread proficiency and experience with the futures and commodity options markets, he is able to offer his clients timely insight, specialized trade recommendations, and educational information through various videos and writings.
Donna Hughes - Ms. Hughes began her career in the commodities industry in 1978 while working for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in their Inspections and Deliveries Department. In 1980, Donna accepted a position with a leading pork belly hedger which would begin a 30+ year long career specializing in the hedging needs of individuals and corporations.
Drew Rathgeber - As a seasoned trader and author of his weekly newsletter, “Rath Overlay” you can see Drew helping in every aspect of the Futures Industry. With his years, and years of experience, he can deliver continued results for every client. No matter how big or small, Drew is your honest, professional, and experienced broker.
Jace Jarboe - Jace Jarboe is a Junior Commodity Broker with Daniels Trading. Prior to joining the futures industry, Jace attended Indiana University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.
Jeff Coglianese - Jeff Coglianese is a Senior Broker with Daniels Trading in Chicago. Jeff started in the business in 1994 with LFG (Linnco Futures Group). In 1995, Mr. Coglianese went to work for the Daniels Trading Division of LFG and has been with them ever since. Daniels Trading became an Independent Introducing Broker in the fall of 2005.
Jim Burket - Currently, Jim is Senior Vice President at Daniels Trading utilizing his extensive background in trade execution, brokerage and back office navigation. Daniels Trading has gone from a two man operation to its current position as one of the largest introducing brokers.
John Payne - John Payne is a Senior Futures & Options Broker and Market Strategist with Daniels Trading. He is the publisher of the grain focused newsletter called This Week in Grain, along with being a co-editor of Andy Daniels’s newsletter, Grain Analyst. He has been working as a series 3 registered broker since 2008.
Kirk Donsbach - Kirk Donsbach was born and raised in production agriculture. He graduated From Rocky Mountain College in 1998 and worked as a Project Manager and Electrical Designer for Foxboro and Duke Energy retrofitting Digital Control Systems into aging Power Plants. In an effort to assist his fellow producers in risk management, Mr. Donsbach became a Daniels Trading Broker in 2015.
Leslie Burton - In systems trading, Leslie runs a spread sheet of a number of systems to monitor the trends of the systems themselves. She believes in filters to increase probabilities. Perhaps this part of her was found back in college when she proficiencied out of statistics.
Mark Hendershott - Raised in Kansas, Mark Hendershott knows agriculture. From working as a pen rider in local feedlots to traveling the wheat belt custom cutting and everything in between, Hendershott has been involved in the Agriculture in different ways for the past 15 years.
Matt Vitiello - Matt’s emphasis is getting both new and seasoned online traders comfortable with dt’s trading software along with a strong interest in seasonal futures spreads, communicating with his clients when opportunities approach.
Scott Hoffman - Scott serves as an educator and mentor for new traders, and as a trading partner and ally for experienced traders. The breadth and depth of Scott’s knowledge make him the “go to guy” for both retail and institutional traders.
Tom Dosdall - Tom has supported traders and investors worldwide across all dt execution categories. With the understanding that each client is independent of another, Tom has shown an ability to listen to the needs of each and match them with the service or product that best suits their circumstances.
Tony Kasathsko - Tony Kasathsko was born and raised in Valencia, Venezuela. He moved at the age of 17 to Miami, Florida where he lived for over 10 years. Tony graduated from Florida International University in 1995. In 2003, after working for a day trading firm as a proprietary equity trader - he decided he wanted to enter the futures industry and left the beautiful sunny skies in Miami to move to the great city of Chicago. The fact that Tony is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese allows him to help Latin American institutions and clients when it comes to facilitating their access to the different derivative markets.