Dan Dicker, energy trader, oil analyst, television and web commentator, author and general provocateur doesn’t mince words, especially about the new players brought in through electronic trading of the markets.
There are many ways to trade the energy markets. Some traders go the straight buy/sell futures route, but when it’s volatile, the best option is looking at the OTC market and playing different grades of crude.
When traders decide to become trading advisors, there’s more to it than picking a name, putting together a disclosure document and finding an office. You need a plan, both for investors and your own success.
Protec Energy Partners has produced solid risk-adjusted returns over its three-year track record, probably because principals Todd Garner and Andrew Greenberg have been working together for 14 years and both have worked in the energy field for more than 30.