Phillip Streible

Chief Market Strategist

Phillip Streible
Phillip Streible
Chief Market Strategist

Phillip Streible is the Chief Market Strategist at Blue Line Futures and is widely known for his metals and energy futures knowledge. His career began in 2002 as a Series 7 licensed Financial Consultant with A.G. Edwards & Sons where he worked one-on-one by providing a comprehensive analysis of client’s current financial health and designing an investment plan to help them achieve their financial goals. In 2004, he joined Lind-Waldock which later transitioned into MF Global. Phillip ran one of the largest retail commodity desks while at Lind-Waldock and MF Global where he focused on metals, energy, and agricultural futures. In the fall of 2011, he joined RJO Futures where his goal is to show clients how to anticipate, recognize and react to bull and bear market conditions using technical analysis techniques that help them define risk. Starting in 2020, he joined the Blue Line Futures team as Chief Market Strategist helping design customized trading strategies for individuals and institutions ranging from family offices to mining and agricultural companies. He is quoted daily in multiple news outlets and is the author of the Top 5 Technical Indicators for Traders.

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