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Richard Preschern was born and raised in Linz, Austria.  He went to study at Northwestern University where he graduated with a BA in economics in 1997. After becoming a certified European banker at a major Austrian bank, Richard returned to Chicago to become a member of the Chicago Board of Trade. He began trading foreign exchange derivatives in 2000. In 2008, Richard co-founded CPH trading.  In 2011, he decided to take some time off from running a company  and returned to trading independently. In January  2013, Richard became the co-founder and managing partner of his second derivatives trading group, Frendo Trading. As of April 2014, Richard joins FX Vision in Switzerland to co-manage and expand the existing FX operations and help advise an FX fund in June 2014. Richard has relocated his family to Europe where he resides with his wife and two daughters.

The first post “Hello world” https://rpreschern.wordpress.com/2012/11/24/hello-world/ can be viewed as an introduction/mission statement for this blog.

For further information please visit:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardpreschernriskmanager

 

 

9 Comments
  1. Feel free to contact me but please be courteous and rational

  2. Paul Wishingrad permalink

    Richard–Bravo! I too am a subscriber of Bill Fleckenstein and just discovered your blog as a result. I had already seen the retired CPA video. I had even shown it to my kids. It was great to be reminded again in simple terms what we are facing. I have seen many Jim Rogers’ interviews, but not the one you have here. It is priceless. I too share your political leanings–fiscally conservative and socially liberal. For the most part, people in my social circle do not understand me. They assume I must be a Republican (which I am not), since I am not a Democrat. They do not even comprehend that without living within our means we will not be able to guarantee our social liberties. So the conversation is rather limited. Perhaps if some of those people would actually read your blog, something could change in a positive way. Anyway, good job!

    All my best,

    Paul

  3. Thank you very much for the kind words, Paul, and for your introduction. It seems like you are raising your kids right and I think/hope the upcoming generation is waking up. All the best!

  4. Tim permalink

    Richard,

    When it comes to explaining the what and why of the current financial mess in the United States, your site is superb. People of all stripes would do well to carefully read through the thoughtful and lucid articles. I think I’ve just found another “must read” to add to my list of financial newsletters.

    Thank you,

    Tim

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  8. Everything is very open with a clear description of the issues. It was truly informative. Your website is useful. Thank you for sharing!

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