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Tony Cholly

Senior Market Strategist

800-826-2270 312-373-4968 Series 3 Licensed

Tony majored in Economics at Eastern Illinois University. He performed his thesis on the market price of corn in the market and the factors that affect it. Tony was drawn to futures trading because of the opportunity to have financial gains in an economic environment. He prides himself on working with customers one-on-one and developing a trading strategy based on the client's needs and wants.

Sector Focus

Metals, grains and energies.

Analysis Preference

Tony's primary focus is on technical analysis, but is aware of the fundamental factors as well. He uses technical and fundamental analysis to recognize where and when he feels potential opportunities are the greatest. He trades momentum, using pivot points with support and resistance for entry and exit strategies. Believes in using limits and stops to cut losses and increase profits.

Strengths and Trading Philosophy

Tony sees his role as one to help clients develop a trading strategy that is suitable to their risk tolerance and in line with their objectives. In addition, he offers guidance in regard to sensible choices of order execution options, as well as potential order types given a particular market bias. He understands that every client's needs are different, and prides himself in tailoring the RJO Futures services to each client's unique circumstances and needs.

Tony Cholly's Most Recent Futurescast Articles

Corn Treads On

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China Becoming Active in the Corn Market

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Corn Seeing Some Support from Brazil

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Soybean Demand Remains Strong

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No Sign of a Low in Corn, Fear Intesifies

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Demand in Corn Improving, but is it Enough?

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Corn Could Be More Active If Coronavirus is Under Control

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Corn Becoming Oversold, but Traders Want Evidence of Chinese Demand

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While Fundamentals Support, There Are still Uncertainties in Corn Market

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Trade Deal Means China Should be Buying More Soybeans

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