Oliver Sloup

VP & Co-Founder

Oliver Sloup
Oliver Sloup
VP & Co-Founder, Blue Line Futures

Oliver Sloup is the Vice President and Co-Founder of Blue Line Futures. Originally from Nebraska, Oliver naturally found his niche in the agricultural markets where he helps producers, end-users, and speculators in the space. He started his career as a broker at Lind Waldock’s Chicago Board of Trade office before the company was later purchased by MF Global. Following that experience, Oliver moved to New York City to focus on managed futures. He later joined Bill Baruch at iiTRADER in 2013 to help build out their agricultural division. In 2017, Oliver Co-Founded Blue Line Futures with the goal of providing clients with consistent, reliable, and actionable research. For the last several years, Oliver has also provided regular insight for various news outlets including CNBC, Fox Business, The Wall Street Journal, and RFD-TV, among others.

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Grains are softer in the early morning trade as we wade into the last month of the year, but is this a buying opportunity in corn?


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