There are many ways to pick stocks to trade. From fundamental analysis to technical analysis, to gut feel. Each investor will have a set of criteria they use to pick the stocks they trade.
Some traders like to invest in the stocks of the company's products they really like. if you like Ford cars then you would buy Ford stock.
In this episode of the podcast we discuss how we choose stocks to invest in and if we buy stocks and options based on the products we really like.
Shecantrade has launched YouCanTrade.com, the new site is active and will grow to provide more trading related products for its users. SheCanTrade is not going anywhere, we are just extending our brand so we can offer even more products to our valued customers in the future.
Check back often for more updates, courses and great trading related products.
The market can have unexpected moves at any time. What do you do as an investor after a large market correction or sell off like we just witnessed?
Volatility increases and with it your stress level as an investor and trader. The increase in volatility can be a benefit to traders. The increase in volatility increases the premium in options and can increase the price that options can be sold for.
Corrections allow new levels of support and resistance to be made, think of a correction like wiping off a chalkboard, preparing it for the next great idea to be written. This means opportunity for investors and traders, with new ranges and increased volatility corrections can open up a word of opportunity if you are patient and listen to the market's clues.
In this episode of the SCT podcast we discuss what to do after a market correction and how to benefit from the "reset".
How do you start your trading day? Do you watch the open or check the markets mid morning? Every trader has a daily plan that they follow, in this episode of the SCT Podcast Sarah and TJ share how they set up their trading days and the strategies they use to tell how the market is going to move that day.