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Stephen Aniston is an investment advisor who focuses on the CBOE VIX futures market and related exchange traded products. He runs VIXCONTANGO.com - the best investment analysis service of the VIX futures market and is a sub-advisor to MRPAX, a managed short volatility mutual fund. Before becoming an investment advisor, Mr. Aniston was a technology manager and software architect with over 10 years of experience in the financial industry. He was Technical Architect for the Merchant Bank at Goldman Sachs and Technology Vice President for the Investment Bank at the Royal Bank of Scotland. He also had stints at hedge fund investment firms (commonly called fund-of-funds) K2 Advisors and Ivy Asset Management. He graduated from Stanford University with an engineering degree in the late 90s
As an individual investor nearing retirement I am trying to build my financial assets in order to have a fulfilling retirement. I am interested in trading both long and short; or at least using inverse ETFs, to take advantage of market declines. Having long term and short term trading strategies, proper execution of my trading plan, and absolute investing results are my goals. I see my articles as a way to keep me focused on developing winning trades. I also expect to learn much from the feedback that is provided in the comments section.
Option Millionaires was started in February 2008 to provide traders with information about option trading. Led by three career option traders, whose pseudonyms are JimmyBob, UraniumPintoBeans, and Vantillian, they started one of the most popular option trading communities on the web.
Now, Option Millionaires provides a blog, a live chat forum in which we allow our subscribers to mirror our trades, educational classes, and intraday market commentary to its subscribers. Thanks for stopping by and happy trading!
Blogging as http://investingcomments.wordpress.com on occasional basis. Started investing in 1974. Have seen many ups and downs. Overall, quite successful, though not fabulously. I have done better than market, in the final analysis, but not consistently. In the process, I have accummulated a great deal of information and knowledge, having read hundreds of books on investments, from all sorts of angles. I have traded stocks, options, futures, commodities, indexes and so on. Currently I have become an intermediate term investor, focusing on ETF's, in the main. I have taught personal finance and investing at college level. I have been an educationist all my life, now retired as an emeritus professor of philosophy and religion. I believe personal finance should be a required course in all higher education programs.