About

Linda Bradford Raschke has been a full-time professional trader since 1981. She began as a market maker in equity options and was a member of and floor trader on two exchanges. In the early 1990s, Ms. Raschke became a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) and started LBRGroup, Inc., a professional money management firm. In addition to running successful CTA programs, she has been principal trader for several hedge funds and has run commercial hedging programs. Ms. Raschke was recognized in Jack Schwager's book, The New Market Wizards, and in Sue Herera's book, Women of the Street. She has been active with the Market Technicians Association for many years and has lectured in over 30 countries. Ms. Raschke is well-known for her book Street Smarts-High Probability Short-Term Trading Strategies.

Content from Linda Raschke

How Has Technology Changed Trading?
Linda Raschke

Linda Raschke talks about how trading has and has not changed in her 34 years as a veteran trader.

Duration: 4:11
The Biggest Influence on My Trading
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Linda Raschke discusses someone who was influential early on in her trading career and stresses the importance of having…

Duration: 4:32
How a Pro Analyzes Charts
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Full-time trader Linda Raschke discusses what she focuses on the first time she looks at a new chart and how she identifies mar...

 
The Best Times to Trade
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Veteran trader Linda Raschke has done extensive work looking at what times of the day are the best to trade and she reveals the...

 
The Key Market Internals
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Trader Linda Raschke discusses the various measures of the stock market's internal health that she uses to help her determine t...

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Are Good Traders Born or Made?
Linda Raschke

The changing face of trading has made it easier than ever for a person without killer instincts but with a methodical trading...

 
The Many Benefits of Market Profile
Linda Raschke

Too many traders get hung up on short-term indicators, says Linda Raschke, who tells how to use market profile to get an effect...