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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Option Trading – Are You Ready? Part 1

“Great traders have passion, confidence, an edge and a game plan. They are prepared, They keep their system simple.” – Gavin McMaster I have been option trading for several years, and while my results have been up/down – what is important is that I have survived many different market cycles.  That should tell you a […]






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Trading Lesson 2: The 90’s Were Alive

Time for another trading lesson.  Back in 1996 I took a job with Sunkist Growers as their Pension and Investments Manager.  I was hired to manage pension assets for a mature fund.  By mature this means there were many beneficiaries drawing monthly pensions, and as the company had been around 100 years the plan was […]






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Know Your Time Frame

Forecasting is fun, but it leads to many errors in the process.  We hear them all time, someone trying to be a hero but often failing miserably in their predictions.  I read a quote last week by Howard Simons of the ‘Iron Law’ of forecasting (for economists):  Give ’em a number or give ’em a […]






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Trading Memories, Part 1

With the passion I have for trading, I remember many seminal events in my trading career. These memories run along the spectrum of the best wins to the most awful losses. I remember things that happened years ago with pinpoint accuracy, not because I like to reminisce over past glories or failures, rather these are […]






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Market in Distribution Continues

We started a new month this past week, but it was like déjà vu all over again.  The Groundhog declared an early Spring on Tuesday, a change in weather.  But regarding markets, you could have fooled me.  It was the same action we have seen for weeks on end, and it doesn’t seem to be […]