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Watch and Learn from Sarah and TJ every week as they share their trade set ups, market analysis and most importantly, tips to help you trade better than ever. Each episode will share the realities of trading options and the markets. You will hear tips and tricks by retail traders, for retail traders. Yes, finally a show that delves in to trading for people just like you! We are well known around the world for a consistent approach to the market with a down to earth approach to trading. We believe that anyone can trade, but you need to have access to real trading information without the gimmicks, which is why we do what we do, to help retail traders. If you want to get right to meat of trading, this show is for you.
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Dec 10, 2015

Join Sarah Potter and Thomas Miller for Episode 11 of the SheCanTrade Podcast. We take a mid-December 2015 look at the markets, including the weekly volatility ahead of the important FOMC policy meeting on December 16. Sarah is taking some short term pop-trades that she details in the podcast. Then we switch gears and talk about one of the trader's most important tools: The Watch List. Sarah describes how she puts her watch lists together, where she gets new ideas, and when she will take stocks off her list. This our last podcast for 2015. We will be back the first week of January, so from all of us at SheCanTrade, we wish you a very happy holiday season and Happy New Year!

Dec 3, 2015

Join She Can Trade Founder, Sarah Potter and co-host Thomas Miller for the 10th Podcast of SheCanTrade. Sarah and Thomas review the market for the first week of December, 2015 then shift gears for a relevant and important discussion about how our psychology affects stock and options trading. Two emotions, fear and greed, have long been determined to direct trading psychology. Sarah and Thomas explore both emotions, as well as how our subconscious programming can affect our trading in ways we never suspected.

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