Dick Stoken

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Dick Stoken is an American businessman and author.

A 1958 M.B.A. graduate of the University of Chicago's business school, Stoken has been a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange since 1959 and the Chicago Board of Trade since 1971.[1]

Stoken is also a founding partner in broker Lind-Waldock and is head of Strategic Capital Management, a commodity trading advisor firm that manages commodity pools and hedge funds.[2]


  • Cycles (1978)
  • Strategic Investment Timing (1984)
  • The Great Cycle (1993)
  • The Great Game of Politics (2004)
  • '"Survival of The Fittest for Investors" (2011)


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