In 2009, Don created the in‐depth “Jellie” trader training program in an effort to reinvigorate his passion, give back to the industry, and support various charities including the American Diabetes Association (ADA). The ADA was of particular significance to him as his daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age ten.
In 2012, as one of the clients affected by the MF Global bankruptcy, Don assumed a prominent industry role as customer advocate, working closely with several media outlets and the Commodity Customer Coalition to fight for the speedy and safe return of client assets.
In late 2012, Publisher John Wiley & Sons approached Don to author a book entitled Chronicles of a Million Dollar Trader which scheduled to be published in July 2013. Consistent with his ongoing mission to increase the transparency in an industry that is too often clouded by smoke and mirrors, Miller chronicles the good, the bad, and the ugly of the world of trading in painstaking detail. Like Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, this book will discuss the life and trading journey of one of the industry’s top traders.
Don's online journal has been listed in the top ten trading blogs at TraderInterviews.com, and his journal entries have appeared in the International Traders Expo Resource Directory and via syndication on MoneyShow.com. He has spoken at numerous industry forums including the International Traders Expo and American Association of Individual Investors, and has had his market insights published in multiple periodicals and online publications including Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, SFO Magazine, MoneyShow.com, and TradingMarkets.com. Don has a summa cum laude BSBA degree from Bryant College with a major in Accounting and an Executive MBA from the University of Wisconsin.
Don is NOT a Commodities Trading Advisor (CTA).
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