Nasdaq Leads Bounce as Bonds Stabilize and Reopening Widens: The Market Today


The Nasdaq-100 is bouncing after a sharp pullback, however there are more breakouts in the Russell 2000. Interest rates have stabilized this week, however they face potential risk of further increases as the economy reopens. How can investors adjust to the rapid reacceleration of business in 2021? Sarah discusses stock-market trends including the Federal Reserve, media companies and semiconductors with David Russell of TradeStation.

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Sarah Potter is an experienced options trader and educator. She began trading part-time as a way to make more money to buy the extras she wanted. Her desire to trade for a living grew as she began loving the challenges of the markets and wanted to break free from the nine-to-five work week. As a self-taught trader, she understands what it is like and what is required to move from part-time to full-time trading. Sarah combines the experience she has acquired as a self-directed trader with her Master of Education degree to teach and empower others. Her work has been featured on many media outlets, including CNBC, BNN, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She is the author of the internationally published book, How You Can Trade Like A Pro: Breaking into Stocks, Options, Futures and ETFs.