- Learning how to Trade Futures
- Importance of Screen Time
- Becoming Profitable
- Daily Preparation & Strategy
- Experience & Execution
- Balancing time being a Single Mom & Trading
- Physical & Mental Health
Record Date: 06/24/19
Q. What Trader has influenced your life the most and why?
A. Morad Askar & friend from a chat room.
Q. What was one of the hardest things for you to overcome in Trading?
Q. How has your trading process evolved over the years?
A. Investor, Options Trader and now Futures Trader
Q. What is one attribute that you believe every trader should have?
A. Open Minded, but ability to make quick decisions
Q. Favorite Book About Trading?
A. Principles – Ray Dalio
Q. Favorite Movie or TV Show About Trading?
A. Trading Places
Q. What’s the best advice you’ve received about Trading?
A. My mother once called me to tell me of a Native American quote (in Japanese): “If your horse is dying, get off.” She was referring to my marriage, but I think it applies really well to trades. If your trade invalidates, you need to take the loss before it becomes a bigger loss.
Q. If you can give a piece of advice to the younger you, what would it be?
A. Be patient & selective about your trades. Work on discipline and risk management early.
Q. If you had to elevator pitch me your edge trading, what would it be?
A. Analyzing Momentum Progression across multiple timeframes using indicators and Moving Averages.
Q. Favorite thing to do when not working?
A. Eat with Friends and Family! ☺