Join Sarah Potter and Thomas Miller for a look at this week's market. If you've been frustrated by the lack of good trades lately, Sarah talks about how to sort through the clutter and find some great trades. Sarah discusses how buying options as opposed to selling has kept her on the right side of the market lately. Are we at a top, or is there more room to go? Sarah will look at the S&P 500 charts to analyze the possibilities. This is a very relevant podcast that will help you navigate through the current market volatility.
In this SheCanTrade podcast, Sarah Potter and TJ focus again on charts, the broad market and current market conditions in light of the looming FOMC meeting on April 16, 2016. This year has certainly proven to be active with steep drops and equally prolific ascents to spring heights. Will it continue? How will the market react to both options the Fed has - to raise rates again slightly, or to leave things where they are. These external factors affect our trading and this is podcast will help you shape your trading strategy going into the second quarter.
In this episode, Sarah and TJ make a joint appearance - something we don't ever see in the live trading room, only here on the SheCanTrade Podcast! Together they look at the broad market, discuss some particular past trades like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and look ahead to the FOMC meeting next week. Join us for this combined perspective from the two traders from the live trading room at http://shecantrade.com
The broad market is at a critical level with overhead resistance that will have to be digested and broken through in order for this market to advance and SheCanTrade podcast host Sarah Potter goes to the charts to illustrate what could be ahead short-term. We also have another conversation about the psychology of trading, and Thomas Miller introduces his new book, “Fear Busters” in a conversation with Sarah about how emotional programming can affect our trading. The tips you’ll hear in this SheCanTrade podcast could be applied to virtually any area of life, especially trading.