Bob Lang

Bob Lang

Founder and Portfolio Manager — Bob has been trading options for himself and private clients for more than ten years. He uses a unique combination of technical indicators to find the best trending stocks that exhibit enormous velocity and ferocious movement. He often gets in front of these moves before they happen. Patience is Bob’s greatest trait — the chart pattern being the only reason to enter/exit a trade. Prior to this venture Bob managed portfolios for bigtrends.com, turning Grandslam and Extreme Options into the strongest performers in the company. Prior to Bigtrends, Bob worked with floor traders at Countrywide Capital, which came after Aztec Partners Limited Partnership. In the 90's he managed the Sunkist Growers 300 million dollar pension fund.

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Markets Feel Normal Again (Maybe)

Though we had four down sessions this past week and drop of 2% for the SPX 500, the action had a more normal feel to it.  What am I talking about?  First and foremost, it was nice for a change the market sentiment was not being driven by Greece.  Since mid-June that has been the […]






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VIX on the Move:  Volatility Trends

With so much uncertainty over recent events in Greece and China it’s no wonder markets have seen a sharp rise in volatility.  As measured by the VIX, we saw volatility rise nearly 80% in just better than two weeks, vaulting from about 12% to 20% during that time.  Uncertainty creates doubt, and as long as […]






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Ignore the Noise Coming From Greece and All Else

I often talk about the need to focus on markets and the price action, ignoring the noise from the crowd.  Doing will often help you sidestep dangerous advice designed to twist your mind.  We can consider all the excuses or reasons for selling – there are a million of ’em – but at the end […]






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So Much To Worry About – Really?

Are there no shortage if things market players need to worry about?  It’s amazing how long that ‘wall of worry‘ has been up.  Yet, the market doesn’t seem to be showing it, in fact we are seeing high complacency exist, which may not be a good thing over the long haul.  But I have to […]






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Sentiment Tools: Taking the Temperature of the Market With the VIX, Part 1

Random movements in the stock market are very tough to explain but if we can understand the role of sentiment, these moves make sense.  Remember, stocks move along the spectrum of fear and greed, a chart being an excellent portrayal of these emotions.  We can point to several sentiment-related indicators to get a pulse of […]






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Charts And Technicals Tell the Story

Understanding technical analysis is an art form that is certainly shaped most by experience.  As a charting veteran, I have evaluated thousands of charts, a daily ritual that exceeds well over 100 in a day.  That may seem exhausting but it is my requirement to perfect my craft and find the next winning trade – […]