Haarlem, Netherlands, June 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The amplification of Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s trading workforce is instituted with the hiring of a new Senior Trading Analyst, Mr. Steve Garth, who is known for his unmatched contribution to the development of significant market trading tools. Garth is a long-time industry veteran and a New York based independent floor trader for ten years.
Steve Garth will closely work with the firm’s Brokerage and Sales Teams as a Senior Trading Analyst for active clients. He is also expected to share his expertise in the development and implementation of both new and current trading strategies along with the firm’s commodity and foreign exchange service teams. He is also expected to provide further services to new and current customers of Kaufmann-Rothstein International.
“Today’s market trends pose a number of challenges for most of the retail futures investors. Oftentimes, the problem is not on the precise strategy which sometimes results to uncertainty, worry, overlooked trades and other lost opportunities. Sometimes, it is on the fact that most of the investors do not know which markets are best to discover for potential strategy diversification,” said Garth.
“Our company has been known for a robust record of servicing clients with resources and products they need to deal with these concerns and grow as successful traders. As a new Senior Trading Analyst, I am expecting that most of them will be relying on my expertise on how to enter or exit trades, how to accurately allocate the accounts and how to choose the best time to hedge or exit a position and I am ready for this new challenge,” Garth remarked.
Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s Chief Operations Officer Lindsay Kornemann ascertained that the newly hired Senior Trading Analyst will enhance the firm’s presence in the global markets through his promotion for electronic markets and highly-acclaimed market analysis to counter the firm’s increasing number of retail futures investors.
“At present, we have seen an impressive growth of nearly 500 percent in trading demands and volume of customers as compared to the recorded growth in 2005. Kaufmann-Rothstein International is continuously seeing an increasing volume for forex retail investors along with electronic futures business which has approximately grown more than 50 percent in the first seven months alone,” claimed Kornemann.