TNW36: Simplifying Day Trading with Marina Kuperman Villatoro

TNW36: Simplifying Day Trading with Marina Kuperman Villatoro

In this episode, I interview Marina Kuperman Villatoro, the trader chick who teaches both men and women the ins and outs of day trading.

I’m very happy to introduce Marina in today’s show! She’s a day trader and the CEO of The Trader Chick, a platform where she teaches others especially women to trade more confidently.

Prior to becoming a day trader, she was a fitness instructor and a travel writer. Day trading was her other passion, it was one of the things she wished she was doing until she decided to finally go for it.

Today, Marina breaks down the complexities related to trading. She also talks about her experience being a woman in a male-dominated industry and explored the common misconceptions women face when doing trading. Her goal is to remove the stigma that’s wrapped around trading and to show how life-transforming it is, even on a spiritual level.

Start trading confidently as Marina shares more about day trading and everything about it!

  • What made her decide to start Trader Chick
  • Understanding day trading and what it’s all about
  • The common misconceptions with day trading
  • Advice for people who plans to start their day trading journey

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did creating it. You can listen now, right here from this webpage by clicking the play button below.

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Today’s Guest

Marina Kuperman Villatoro

“It is possible to not need a big investment; You just have to understand the process and plot your strategy as you go.”

About Marina Kuperman Villatoro

Marina ‘The Trader Chick’ Villatoro, teaches beginners to day trade with confidence and ease. 

She has been trading the financial markets for YEARS. With lots of trial and error, her goal is to show how life transforming day trading is, even spiritual and to remove the stigma and fear that is wrapped around it. 

She wants to make it super accessible, fun and doable for everyone. It can be done with only a few hours a day so that there is plenty of time to be with the family, or to travel, or whatever you want to do!

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Disparities in Education

Disparities in Education


The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days.

In this Super U Summit Talk, I have the the pleasure of interviewing Heather Nadine Mackin on disparities in education.


Heather is currently lecturing in the Graduate School of Early Childhood Education at Queen’s College (part of the City University of New York). She has over 15 years of experience working with children with developmental delays and learning disabilities, working on public policy and educational justice for children and girls abroad and in the United States (including for large International Agencies/ Organizations such as UN Women, the British National Health Service, and VIDES in the Dominican Republic), small NGOs, and over 10 years of experience working with the NYC DOE.

Most importantly, Heather is a mother of a child with life-threatening food allergies and she personally understands the struggles that families go through finding safe and appropriate educational and community spaces and events for their children.

She aims to empower and advocate for special needs, children of color, and children of diverse linguistic backgrounds. Heather’s goal is to ensure children have a safe and appropriate educational, and extracurricular, environment. She assists families with getting evaluations and with the creation and implementation of IFSPs, IEPS, and 504 Plans for children with food allergies.

Heather also provides private consulting to businesses and organizations to ensure that community events and spaces are inclusive for children and adults with special needs, developmental delays, and food allergies.


In this interview, Heather and I talk about the disparity in education, specifically related to race, gender, and culture. We discuss a study done by Yale University: Do Early Educators’ Implicit Biases Regarding Sex and Race Relate to Behavior Expectations and Recommendations of Preschool Expulsions and Suspensions? We also talk about practical ways parents and teachers can make changes.


Please join us by clicking on the link below, which will take you to Heather’s video in the Society for Notable Women Facebook group. (You must join the group to see the video.)

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