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Kevin Davitt

RCM Asset Management

Contributor since: 22 Oct 2012

Kevin Davitt

Kevin brings his unique experience in derivatives to RCM Asset Management. Following graduation (Marquette University – Evans Scholar 1999) Kevin started working for LETCO Trading on the CBOE floor. Between 2000 and 2007 Kevin traded a variety of Equity and Index options products as a market maker on the CBOE and PHLX.

In 2008 Kevin moved into Commodities with an emphasis on futures, options, spreading and hedging strategies. Prior to joining RCM, Kevin worked at TradeLink LLC as a part of a proprietary group focused on relative value/volatility arbitrage strategies in the Energies, Metals, Grains, and Indices.

Kevin works with clients applying trading approaches tailored to client’s goals and risk that they are comfortable with.

Latest articles from Kevin

  • The Last Time Crude (WTI) was Here...

    Published 24 October 2012 | viewed 5,186 times

    The last time WTI (Dec Crude Oil) was here, and by here I mean $86.50 was July 2nd on it's way up to $100. ON JULY…

  • Don't be Fooled by Current Market Stability

    Published 22 October 2012 | viewed 4,011 times

    Looking out 2-3 months, with WTI crude in the low $90s, I think we're likely to stay relatively range bound ($80-110), but I also feel…

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