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Don DeBartolo offers his clients timely insight, specialized trade recommendations, and educational information through various videos and writings. Since 2005, he has provided market analysis, trade execution, and money management to his clients around the world. Don’s career in the industry began as an arbitrage clerk in the S&P 500 futures pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). Taking his floor trading execution expertise and the ability to navigate a fast-paced environment, he transitioned to the brokerage side of the business. Since 2005, he has been a broker with Daniels Trading, a relationship-based firm in the heart of the financial district in Chicago. His responsibilities as a broker include providing trade execution, market analysis, and money management to his clients all over the world.
Pulling from his vast experience and proficiency in the futures and commodity options markets, Don is able to offer his clients timely insight, specialized trade recommendations, and educational information through his various writings and videos. In 2010, he developed a formal trade advisory for clients seeking specific trade recommendations and subsequent risk management.
Studying business at Loyola University Chicago, Don discovered and was captivated with the international sport of rugby. His rugby career spanned fifteen years, ten with the Chicago Griffins, a member of the previously highest league of rugby competition in the United States. Dexterity and discipline are two traits that carried over from the pitch to the trading screens.