John Kennedy

Senior Market Strategist

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John Kennedy is a Senior Commodity Market Strategist at RJO Futures. He earned a bachelor's degree in Business Economics from Ohio University, Athens. Upon graduation, John pursued a career in program management with a multinational automotive supplier, based out of Detroit, MI and Munich, Germany. International business experience, coupled with sales and client relationship building, proved valuable assets when John transitioned to Chicago and the futures markets. Living in the downtown area, John enjoys live performances, outdoor sports and politics.

Sector Focus

Energies, Bonds, Foreign Exchange, Metals and Grains

Focus upon speculation/hedging utilizing futures, options and spreads.

Analysis Preference

John introduces fundamental/geopolitical factors into daily technical charting analysis. These parameters may include one or some combination of the following: daily pivots, support/resistance, Fibonacci and stochastics. 

Strengths and Trading Philosophy

Volatility presents opportunity in the futures markets and John works every day to manage this price action to the benefit of clients. Trading is a constant balance of profit potential and accepted risk. During John’s continuous interaction with both prospects and current clientele, he identifies specific trade opportunities and strives to communicate relevant market information in a timely manner. Above all, trade discipline is decisive in the maintenance of an open position.

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