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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Selling is a Liberating Experience

So, this (past) week and some of the prior weeks saw a bout of selling occur that has pretty much clobbered many high beta names that were huge winners in 2013.  Rotation is now on.  But the indices continue to flirt with new all time highs and some have tagged them – the Dow Industrials [...]

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Follow March Madness To Find High Probability Trades

Last week started my most favorite sports time of year – the NCAA Tourney, or March Madness. It’s the one time of year that has me fully excited about sports. The tournament is wonderfully balanced, any team can win on any occasion, and while a #1 seed has never lost in the first round I [...]

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Do You REALLY Want That 10% Correction?

Many have been calling or looking for that big drop as an opportunity to get on board.  But as we know, markets rarely accommodate, adding to the frustration of those who continue to miss out.  Of course, the longer term market trend has always been up (we’re talking since the beginning of time), but the [...]

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Trading the Trends

The best trends rarely give you a chance to get in.  Especially in a fast-moving market.  Witness these past couple of weeks, when markets seemed to crack below support but then do some heavy lifting to get back above short term resistance.   The affects of these deep moves would make anyone queasy.  Yet, our focus [...]

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Taking the Next Trade

Trading is not a game of perfect, you have heard me say that often over the years.  If your goal is to win every single time in this game then you are going to be very disappointed.  Stock traders can get away with being wrong for a long while before getting it right, because that [...]

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10 Options Trading Resolutions for 2014

Yes, we are already well into the new year, but there is really never a right or wrong time to start making improvements in your personal or professional life. Want to make resolutions in April? What about August or October? Why not? You just have to be in the right frame of mind. No matter [...]

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Twitter the Stock, Twitter the Brand

The “welcome to the club” party for Twitter this past year was nothing more than sensational. The hype (or, over-hype) of the company’s IPO as 2013 drew to a close was similar to Facebook’s in 2012. It’s rare for one great company to go public – it happens about once every 10 years -  so [...]