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Trading IPO’s – Kathy Donnelly

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Trading IPO’s – Kathy Donnelly
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Topics:

  1. Doing an Ironman
  2. Personalizing her Trading Process
  3. Setting Trade Alerts
  4. Trading IPO’s
  5. Trading Uber
  6. The Lifecycle Trade

Guest:

Kathy Donnelly

Proprietary Equity Trader

Record Date:  6/25/19

Rapid Fire:

Q. What Trader has influenced your life the most and why?
A. Bill O’Neil

Q. What was one of the hardest things for you to overcome in Trading?
A. Taking losses.

Q. How has your trading process evolved over the years?
A. More confident & more efficient.

Q. What is one attribute that you believe every trader should have?
A. Discipline.  Stick to your routine.

Q. Favorite Book About Trading?
A. How I made $2 million dollars in the Market – Nicholas

Q. What’s the best advice you’ve received about Trading?
A. Don’t listen to the media! It has to meet your criteria.

Q. If you can give a piece of advice to the younger you, what would it be?
A. Read a book on Trading.

Q. If you had to elevator pitch me your edge in trading, what would it be?
A. Focus on stocks that are less than 4-5 years old and capitalizing

Q. Favorite thing to do when not trading?
A. Exercise!

Kathy Donnelly’s Resources:

 

If you enjoyed this interview with Kathy & the topics discussed — be sure to listen to these other episodes with
Anne Marie Baiynd & Brian Shannon

Swing Trading – Brian Shannon

Why Your Biology Matters In Trading – Anne-Marie Baiynd

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