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Sassy Options and the Psychology of Trading

Old October 7th, 2016, 02:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sassy Options and the Psychology of Trading

The Futures Radio podcast with Anthony Crudele recently hosted a wonderful guest who uses her background in psychology to help manage her trading.

Here's an except from the beginning of the show and a link to the show may be found beneath the excerpt.

Today we talked to a very intelligent guest. She originally comes from a psychology background, but fell into trading because she loved the action. She’s the founder of sassy options… her name is Rachel Shasha.
In this episode, we talk about how she uses open interest to trade options and how futures traders can implement it into their trading. We dive into the realm of psychology and trading, and how important it is to find balance in your life.
Lastly, Rachel gives us her short, medium, and long-term projections in the S&P. I really enjoyed speaking to Rachel we had a lot in common and we had a great discussion.

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