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Jeff Quinto
Professional Trader Mentoring, Inc.

Jeff Quinto is a 37-year veteran futures trader and a world-class trading coach. He has coached hundreds of electronic traders, including traders from Hong Kong, France, Slovenia, England, Australia, the US and Canada.

Jeff strongly believes that professional traders are world-class competitors, comparable to professional golfers, top tennis players, and Olympic athletes. None of these competitors could have achieved their top-ranked status without first having a world-class coach. Jeff is that world-class coach for futures traders.

Jeff’s entire career has been spent in the futures business, first as a stockbroker and commodity specialist with Shearson and, later, as a trader on the Kansas City Board of Trade floor where he traded wheat and stock index futures. His company, Jeffrey S. Quinto and Company was a clearing member of the Kansas City Board of Trade and a member of the Chicago Board of Trade. In the nineties, Jeff served as President of Rand Financial Services, a large Chicago-based futures clearing firm owned by the Trout Trading Fund. During this period, Jeff did business with some of the greatest futures traders in the world.

From 2000 to 2005, Jeff was responsible for training traders at an all-electronic proprietary trading firm located in Chicago and Vienna, Austria in which he was a partner.

Today, Jeff coaches electronic futures traders from around the world in his Professional Trader Mentoring Program. Mentoring these professional traders is the exciting and rewarding culmination of his career in futures. It would be hard to find anyone with Jeff’s extensive, long-term successful background in futures trading who coaches traders.

Archived Webinars
Overcoming Fear in Trading
02.06.14

How to Design Your Own Unique Theory of Trading
08.28.13

Four Steps to Consistency in Futures Trading
05.08.13

My Meeting with "The Greatest Trader in the World"
02.01.13

Grading Your Trading
09.07.12

Getting Ready for a Great Fall
05.18.12

No Fear This Year - Program Confidence in your Trading
02.03.12

Transparent, Regulated and Global - The Ideal Marketplace
03.02.11

No Fear This Year, Part III – Conquer Fear, Replace with Confidence
08.20.10

No Fear This Year Part II: The Second Step - Plan, Prepare and Practice
05.07.10

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Foundation of Futures
04.11.14

5000 Trades
12.28.12

May you Live in Interesting Times
06.21.11

Maximizing 2010 - Data Mining for Futures Traders
12.29.10

Trading Smarter, Not Harder – Making Your Own Holiday Trading Schedule
12.03.10

The Blowout – June 17th, 1982
06.18.10

How to use targets without becoming the target
06.10.10

Not All Markets Are Equal - what to do in difficult times
04.23.10

It's Not Your Job to Lose Money in the Market
02.10.10

The market has the memory of a dog!
09.11.09

Jeff Quinto on Mark2Market
04.16.09

Jeff Quinto on Mark2Market
02.12.09

“If you don’t know where you are going, you will wind up somewhere else.”
02.12.09

Trading smarter, not harder: when to take the day off
01.23.09

Are you mad at the market or do you have the mindset of a winning trader?
01.21.09

From the pit to the screen: my first day as an electronic trader
01.19.09

Jeff Quinto on Mark2Market
01.15.09

“Experience is the best teacher, but the student is dead before the lesson is finished”
01.15.09

Jeff Quinto on Mark2Market
12.22.08

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Learn to Expect the Unexpected
11.18.13

Getting It
11.11.13

My Days as a Big Trader or Consistency is King
11.04.13

The Homer Simpson School of Futures Trading
10.28.13

Learning to Make Trading Decisions with Imperfect Information
10.18.13

Acres of Diamonds
10.14.13

My Name is Bond - Jeff Bond
10.07.13

Learn to Expect the Unexpected
05.31.13

Getting It
04.26.13

My Days as a Big Trader
04.19.13

The Homer Simpson School of Futures Trading
04.12.13

Making Good Decisions with Imperfect Information
04.05.13

Jumping Off a Cliff
03.25.13

Simon Townshend talks about the Market Savvy Trader
03.12.13

Acres of Diamonds
03.05.13

Creating, Building and Implementing a Trading System with professional trader - Simon Townshend
02.22.13

Experience is the Best Teacher
02.11.13

My name is Bond, Jeff Bond
02.04.13

George Kleinman - Part Three of Three Parts
01.28.13

George Kleinman - Part Two of Three Parts
01.15.13

George Kleinman - Part One of Three Parts
01.04.13

Trader Interviews Part Three - Charting and Why Do Floor Traders Often Find Screen-based Trading a Challenge
11.05.12

Trader Interviews Part Two - Increasing Size
10.29.12

Trader Interviews Part One - Jeff's Background on the Trading Floor
10.22.12

The Market Has the Memory of a Dog
10.15.12

Extending Loss Limits
10.05.12

The First Day of Stock Index Trading
09.24.12

Trading Attracts Traders Who Crave Action, but Rewards Traders Who Have Patience
09.04.12

Free Lottery Tickets
08.27.12

Perry Kaufman - Part 4 of 4 - The Best Use of Time for New Systematic Traders
08.20.12

Perry Kaufman - Part 3 of 4 - Perry Talks About Risk, Correlation and Diversification
08.14.12

Perry Kaufman - Part 2 of 4 - How to get started in systematic trading
08.06.12

Perry Kaufman - Part 1 of 4 - How Rocket Scientist Perry got started in trading
07.30.12

Attack of the Killer Bees
07.23.12

Jeff's Twelve Step Program for Struggling Traders
07.17.12

Become the Michael Jordan of Trading
07.09.12

The Blowout
07.03.12

May You Live in Interesting Times
06.25.12

Debunking the Myth of the Overnight Success
06.15.12

The Quintos of the Stock Index Trading Day
06.04.12

Learn to Love to Take Losses
05.21.12

"The Early Bird Gets the Worm, but the Second Mouse Gets the Cheese"
05.04.12

How I Lost the Piano Wars
04.20.12

Imitation Is the Most Sincere Form of Coming in Second
04.09.12

Learn to Expect the Unexpected
03.23.12

Getting It
03.12.12

My Days as a Big Trader
02.27.12

The Homer Simpson School of Futures Trading
02.21.12

Making Trading Decisions with Imperfect Information
02.13.12

Jumping Off a Cliff
02.06.12

The Three Types of Traders
01.27.12

Simon Townshend - Are You a One-Trick Pony or Are You a Market-Savvy Trader?
01.13.12

2012 - The Year of the Taxi Cab
01.06.12

My name is Bond, Jeff Bond
12.27.11

Maximizing 2011 - Data Mining for Futures Traders
12.19.11

Jesse Livermore's Five Rules for Success in Trading presented by George Kleinman - Part Three of Three
12.09.11

Jesse Livermore's Five Rules for Success in Trading presented by Geoge Kleinman - Part Two of Three
12.02.11

Jesse Livermore's Five Rules for Success in Trading presented by George Kleinman - Part One of Three
11.28.11

Trading Smarter, Not Harder - making your own holiday trading schedule
11.21.11

Introducing German trader, Mario Doehring
11.14.11

The Deck Is Stacked!
11.04.11

My Unbreakable Rules
10.31.11

TraderInterviews.com interviews Jeff Quinto - Part Three of Three Parts
10.21.11

TraderInterviews.com interviews Jeff Quinto - Part Two of Three Parts
10.17.11

TraderInterviews.com interviews Jeff Quinto - Part One of Three Parts
10.07.11

The Market Has the Memory of a Dog!
10.03.11

Lessons Learned from Extending Loss Limits for Futures Traders
09.26.11

The Greatest Trader in the World
09.20.11

The First Day of Stock Index Futures Trading, and I was there
09.13.11

Futures trading attracts traders who want action, but rewards traders who have patience
09.06.11

Free Lottery Tickets!
08.26.11

Perry Kaufman - Part Four of Four - What is the best use of time for a new systematic trader
08.12.11

Perry Kaufman - Part Three of four - Risk and Diversification
08.05.11

Perry Kaufman - Part Two of Four Parts - How to get started in systematic trading and the importance of having your own sound premise in your trading
07.29.11

Perry Kaufman talks to Jeff in the first part of a four-part series
07.22.11

Attack of the Killer Bees
07.18.11

Jeff's Twelve Step Program for Struggling Traders
07.11.11

Over-reliance on accuracy in trading can be dangerous
07.05.11

The Blowout - June 17th, 1982
06.24.11

What Timeframe is Likely to be Productive Today?
06.17.11

Making the best of the worst of times
06.10.11

Finding your own path from the foothills of trading to Base Camp One
06.06.11

Change Your Loss Limits in Haste, Repent at Leisure
05.27.11

The Tipping Point
05.20.11

You can't become the Michael Jordan of trading, without first becoming the Michael Jordan of practice
05.13.11

May you live in interesting times
05.06.11

Persistence Personified - the story of Creighton Quinto
05.02.11

Debunking the myth of the overnight success
04.25.11

The Quintos of the Stock Index Trading Day
04.15.11

Learn to Love to Take Losses
04.11.11

The Early Bird Gets The Worm, But The Second Mouse Gets The Cheese
04.04.11

How I lost the piano wars
03.28.11

Imitation is the most sincere form of finishing second
03.21.11

My Days as a Big Trader or Consistency Is King
03.07.11

The Homer Simpson School of Trading
02.28.11

It is not your job to lose money in the market
02.22.11

The King's Speech - triumphing over adversity and meeting the challenge
02.14.11

Getting It
02.07.11

Making Trading Decisions with Imperfect Information
01.31.11

Simon Townshend talks about Looking Behind the Charts in Part Two of his Friends and Quinto Interview
01.24.11

Acres of Diamonds
01.18.11

2011 - Year of the Taxi Cab – the Taxi Cab Stop, that is!
01.10.11

Simon Townshend Tells How To Become a Market Savvy Trader - Part One
01.03.11

Experience is the best teacher, but the student is dead before the lesson is finished
12.20.10

Maximizing 2010 - data mining for futures traders
12.13.10

George Kleinman presents Jess Livermore's most important less - Part 3 of 3
11.22.10

The first three of Jesse Livermore's Five Lessons presented by George Kleinman
11.15.10

Jesse's #1 Rule - George Kleinman talks about Jesse Livermore - Part One of Three
11.08.10

Jeff's Unbreakable Rules
10.25.10

TraderInterviews.com interviews Jeff - Part Three - Point and Figure charts and why floor traders have trouble going electronic
10.18.10

TraderInterviews.com interviews Jeff - Part Two - Sizing your trades and the charts I use
10.11.10

TraderInterviews.com interviews Jeff - Part One - Jeff's background in trading
10.04.10

Flash Crashes, Quote Stuffing, Banging the Close - Oh My!
09.13.10

Perry Kaufman talks about "The Perfect System" - is there such a thing?
08.16.10

Perry Kaufman talks about Risk and Diversification
08.09.10

Perry Kaufman on getting started in systematic trading, trends and the need for a sound premise
08.02.10

Systematic Trading Guru, Perry Kaufman on the proper use of computers in systematic trading
07.26.10

Part Two of Jeff's two-part interview with former CME trader and ONN.tv personality Kevin Cook
06.28.10

Friends and Quinto - Jeff interviews Kevin Cook - Part one of two
06.14.10

How to use targets in futures trading without becoming the target
06.07.10

Trade like a tiger and sleep like a baby
06.02.10

Beware of the Path of Least Resistance
05.11.10

Not all futures markets are equal - how to trade in difficult times
04.27.10

The 200th Electronic Trader Podcast - The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese
04.06.10

The French Laundry - America's Greatest Resturant
03.23.10

The futures markets they are always a-changin'
03.16.10

Making Futures Trading Decisions with Imperfect Information
02.02.10

Simon Townshend talks about trading other peoples money
01.26.10

Simon Townshend talks about how to trade in high and low volatility markets
01.19.10

Simon Townshend talks about looking behind the price chart to who is behind the chart
12.22.09

How to get your trading back on course when you have lost your way
12.15.09

2009 has been a difficult year for short term futures traders
12.08.09

Successful Fund Manager Simon Townshend talks about Evolving as a Professional Futures Trader
11.17.09

Pointless Predictions and Needless Narratives in Stock and Commodity Markets
10.27.09

TraderInterviews.com asks Jeff about charts, traders he coaches and why floor traders have trouble in electronic trading
10.20.09

TraderInterviews.com asks Jeff about trade sizing and the charts he uses to trade in part 2 of 3
10.13.09

TraderInterviews.com asks Jeff about his background, trading on the floor and Jeff’s Laboratory of Trading – Part One
10.06.09

Jesse Livermore's most important lesson according to George Klienman on Friends and Quinto
09.22.09

Friends and Quinto - George Kleinman Explains the First Three of Jesse Livermore’s Five Lessons for Success in Trading
09.15.09

George Kleinman talks about Jesse Livermore in Part One of a Three Part Interview on Friends and Quinto
09.08.09

Friends and Quinto - Joe Pankus and Jeff agree that losers average losers
08.15.09

Will the person in Row 34 Seat 13 please come to the podium and give the keynote speech?
07.26.09

Best Use of a Systematic Futures Trader’s Time
07.19.09

Risk and Diversification in Futures Trading
07.12.09

Twelve Steps to Success for Struggling Traders
07.05.09

Systematic Trading, Trends and the Need for a Sound Premise
06.28.09

Friends and Quinto - Perry Kaufman
06.20.09

The Importance of Price in Futures Trading
06.14.09

Friends and Quinto – Kevin Cook
06.10.09

Trading Other People's Money
05.27.09

Friends and Quinto - Jeff interviews fund manager Simon Townshend
05.21.09

Programming Confidence
05.17.09

What not to do in trading: taking home a loser
03.29.09

Using the JQ-V to power your futures trading
02.23.09

Podcast: Learning to make trading decisions with imperfect information
02.14.09

Podcast: Fear of trading
02.07.09

Podcast: The Year of the Rat Gives Way to the Year of the Bull
01.26.09

 

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