Meet the smart and handsome team behind ACubed Trading.
Automation & Business Development
Research & Testing
Al is a former Signal and Image Processing Engineer turned Orthopedic Surgeon. He began discretionary trading stocks over 30 years ago using Omega Research (now Tradestation) strategies. As both he and the electronic markets matured, Al switched to discretionary swing trading of commodities eventually recognizing the benefits of fully automated breakout and mean-reversion trading. Al is an avid Scuba Diver, and when he’s not kicking butt in the markets, he’s kicking butt as a Black Belt in Isshinryu.
Operations & Strategy Leasing
Adam Sciannimanica is a firefighter from Wollongong, Australia who started out trading penny stocks before he discovered algorithmic trading. In 2018 he joined Better Trader Academy and committed to algorithmic breakout trading, growing from a 50k account to 1.2M+ in that time. When he’s not working on his trading you can find him in the ocean chasing waves, doing just about any and every ocean sport in existence and spending time with his family. His current obsession is hydrofoil and its many applications in the water.
Portfolio & Risk Management
For the past 20+ years, Jim has been a consultant and investment manager for small and large organizations, profit and not-for-profit. Before that, he worked as a commercial banker and financial advisor in real estate and construction finance. Jim holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Denver. He attended most classes offered by the Van Tharp Institute and graduated from its Ultimate Trader Program.
Note: ACubed Trading are not a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) and do not hold ourselves or ACubed out to the public as a CTA; we do not provide advice, only general education and trading signals, neither of which is based upon knowledge of or tailored to a customer’s particular trading account or trading activity; we do not manage or exercise discretion over customer accounts; we provide trading signals generally to all subscribers, which may be ignored or followed at the subscriber’s discretion; subscribers may direct Introducing Brokers or Futures Commission Merchants, who are required to be NFA members.