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commodities trader

Jackson Eugene Cardin, American commodities trader. Certified commodity trading advisor. Recipient American Spirit of Honor medal Chamber of Commerce, 1953; Rayonair scholar, 1959. Chair Economic Task Force Atlanta, 1975. With United States Army, 1953-1955. Member National Futures Association, New Orleans Board of Trade, Leadership Atlanta Alumni, New Orleans Executive Club.

Background

Cardin, Jackson Eugene was born on June 3, 1933 in Barnesville, Georgia, United States. Son of R.L. and Mary Robinson Cardin.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, University Georgia, 1958. Master of Business Administration, University Georgia, 1959.

Career

Management trainee American Oil Corporation, Atlanta, 1960-1962. North America representative Mettler Instrument Corporation, 1963-1973. President South By Southeast, Inc., Basel, Switzerland, 1973-1977.

Branch manager Conticommodity Services, New Orleans, 1977-1984. President Active Cycles, Inc., Atlanta, since 1984. Instructor Emery University, Atlanta, 1978, Ogletharp University, Atlanta, 1979, University New Orleans, 1983.

Achievements

  • Certified commodity trading advisor.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Basic Training for Commodity Traders, 1988, A Personal Financial Catalog, 1989.

Membership

Chair Economic Task Force Atlanta, 1975. With United States Army, 1953-1955. Member National Futures Association, New Orleans Board of Trade, Leadership Atlanta Alumni, New Orleans Executive Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: running, swimming, golfing.

Connections

Married Patricia Pittard, 1959 (divorced 1981). Children: Richard, Jody, Michael. Married Cynthia Buck, January 1, 1983.

1 child, John Pattison.

father:
R.L. Cardin

mother:
Mary Robinson Cardin

spouses:
Patricia Pittard

Cynthia Buck

children:
Richard Cardin

Jody Cardin

Michael Cardin

John Pattison Cardin