Lewis J. Borsellino is a highly experienced successful entrepreneur with over 30 years of expertise in the international finance and risk management markets.
Over the course of his 30- year career, Mr. Borsellino has traded the largest and most active markets, including S&P futures and Euro dollars. At one time, he accounted for 10 percent of the average trading volume in the S&P contract. In the late 1990s, financial news network CNBC called Mr. Borsellino one of the biggest and best traders in S&P futures.
Currently, Mr. Borsellino is heading ManOverMarket, a new program designed for young professionals eager to get into the investment game. ManOverMarket provides talented minds the opportunity to learn what it takes to effectively trade the Commodity Futures Markets. Through the program, traders learn to prove themselves with mock currency and once they make the cut, Lewis will place his own money on the line to fund traders.
An active member of the CME, Mr. Borsellino has served on several Exchange committees, including Floor Practices, S&P Study and CFPF. He was also a major partner in International Futures & Options Associates (IFOA), the largest floor broker association at the CME.
A registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA), Mr. Borsellino, as CEO of Borsellino Capital Management, LLC, managed and traded client funds. In 1999, he founded a market commentary web site for futures traders, TeachTrade.com, which attracted a loyal following of traders.
Through his trading career, Mr. Borsellino gained a wide following in the financial news media. He was regularly featured by CNN-FN and Bloomberg TV, and also made appearances on CNBC, WebFN and Reuters. The Chicago Tribune, Investors Business Daily, USA Today, and other publications have profiled him. He was also recently featured in a documentary: Sold! The Lewis Borsellino Story.
Mr. Borsellino is the author of The Day Traders Course and The Day Traders Course Workbook, and has written a memoir of his trading career entitled, The Day Trader: From the Pit to the PC. His books have been translated into several foreign languages including Russia and Hungarian.