Scott Stenger, Managing Partner and Co-Founder began his career in commodity futures as a summer intern on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade in the late 1980s. He studied at Babson College in Boston, Massachusetts and received a dual-major Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Investments. After graduating in 1991, he continued his market studies under the direction of his father, Chris Stenger. Scott became a registered floor broker and member the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1996 where he continued to trade for his personal account. In 2007, Scott and his family moved to Colorado where he continues to trade on his own and clients behalf. In 2009 Scott and his father, Chris, formed Stenger Capital Management, LLC
Christopher Stenger, Partner and Co-Founder has been involved in trading commodities for over 45 years. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in History and Economics from Dartmouth College in 1966, he started an internship with the brokerage firm Goodbody & Co. Shortly thereafter, he began trading pork bellies for his personal account even while serving in the U.S. Army from 1968-1971. In 1971 Chris obtained a membership to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and then also became a member of the Chicago Board of Trade. He remained a floor trader until the early 1980s when he moved to an office environment to continue trading for himself. Today, Chris lives in Colorado and continues to trade on his own and clients behalf. In 2009 Chris and his son, Scott, formed Stenger Capital Management, LLC.