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Ralph Shell has a rural midwest agricultural background. He graduated from a small Ohio liberal arts college. His graduate studies were in economics and history at Duke University. Shell has ten years experience trading cash commodities in domestic and export markets. He is also a former commodity analyst with Merrill Lynch in Chicago. Shell was a member of and floor trader at the Chicago Board of Trade for 18 years. Shell is now located in Palm Beach County Florida.
- Description: Independent trader. Trading frequency: Daily
- Interests: Bonds, ETFs, Forex, Options
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