Razmig Bulujian’s approach to trading: getting back to basics

This week host Charley Wright spoke with Razmig Bulujian, the Trade Leader for Algofolio Options on Collective2.  Razmig learned early that it can be easier for stocks to “slide than glide” and hence has a penchant for short selling and shorter term trades, a preference inspired in the dot-com era. From Drexel Burnham in the 1980s to Merrill Lynch (and several proprietary trading firms in the middle), Razmig’s experience in the industry is impressive and varied. 

Charley and Razmig dive in many facets of his trading strategies including how he developed a passion for the markets and speculation growing up in a family-run coin and bullion shop. To Razmig, trading is not simply a matter of prediction but requires sharp attention to market patterns.

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Razmig Bulujian
Portfolio Manager,  Trader

Razmig Bulujian is a graduate of University of Southern California (USC) Marshall School of Business. Beginning his career at the legendary Beverly Hills office of Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc., Mr. Bulujian spent several years with the Private Client Group at Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.

Between stints at Drexel Burnham and Merrill Lynch, Mr. Bulujian was Assistant to the President of a leading Washington DC based precious metal industry trade association working primarily on the American Eagle Gold and Silver Bullion coin program.

Since then he has been a long/short portfolio manager for family office separate accounts, and a registered proprietary equity trader with a several PHLX and CBOE exchange member firms.

Developing a more quantitative approach he designed Opening Gap Trader, an automated algorithmic trading application featured on Interactive Brokers MarketPlace. Razmig is a former Chairman of The Pasadena Library Commission and former Board Member of the Pasadena Library Foundation AlgoFolio Options, AlgoFolio Equity and the newly launched AlgoFolio Proprietary are available on the Collective 2 platform.

 

 

 

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