TradeStation Group, Inc., part of the Monex Group, has announced the launch of an online investment education media service and community this week – YouCanTrade, with the aim to help traders learn more about the financial markets.
The news was announced via a press release from the company on Monday. The new service and community will be run by TradeStation Group’s new subsidiary, You Can Trade, Inc., on youcantrade.com.
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Sarah Potter appointed as President of YouCanTrade
Heading the new initiative is Sarah Potter, the President of YouCanTrade and the creator of the brand and offering. As part of the service, traders will be able to access both informal and formal education offerings to assist different experience levels.
John Bartleman, President of TradeStation Group said in the release: “We are thrilled to welcome Sarah and YouCanTrade into our TradeStation Group family. Sarah not only shares our passion for trading, but also our commitment to helping traders become more educated about the financial markets and their approaches to trading.
“Through YouCanTrade, traders will have access to a more robust suite of educational resources and actionable trade strategies under the TradeStation Group umbrella.”
Via the platform, users will be able to view investment and trading educational demonstrations in live trading rooms, which will also facilitate networking amongst traders, the statement said. In the coming months, YouCanTrade plans to expand its platform.
“I always possessed an interest in trading, but struggled with how to get started. After dabbling in the stock market as a hobby, placing trades before and after work, I soon began honing my skills,” added Potter.
“My goal is to help those like myself, intrigued with the markets, break into this fascinating world and give them the community that I wish I had when I first started. That’s why I founded YouCanTrade and TradeStation Group was a perfect fit to bring YouCanTrade to a whole new level.”
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