Highly skilled Oil Trader has advanced understanding of world oil markets and a strong understanding of the influence of geopolitical world events on oil futures. Conducts daily research and calculates risk prior to callling buy and sell orders. Possesses a strong understanding of the energy industry and a Master’s Degree in Finance along with six years of experience.
Excellent analytical and statistical skills
Strong understanding of energy markets and the oil industry
Good verbal communication skills
Strong risk prediction ability
Conducts careful research
Experienced with managing account portfolios worth millions
Willling to work long hours
Strong understanding of the influence of world events on oil futures prices
Experienced with working with brokers to complete buy and sell orders
July 2012 to September 2014 Simpson Investments, Inc.Â—London, UK Oil Trader
Studied and analysed oil markets.
Traded in oil futures and completed buy and sell orders.
Read multiple world news sources daily to determine influences on oil markets.
Handled accounts worth millions of dollars.
January 2009 to June 2012 Buxton Energy InvestmentsÂ—London, UK Oil Trader
analysed oil markets and world news to make predictions.
Completed buy and sell orders to brokers.
Used multiple electronic networks to conduct oil futures trading.
Consistently showed profits and minimised risks.
2008 Series 7, 63 and 66 Licences
2008 London Regional Pacific University, London, England Master’s of Sciences Degree in Finance
2006 London Regional Pacific University, London, England Bachelor’s of Sciences Degree in Finance
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