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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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 – […]

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Why Does The Market Have to do ‘Something’?

I often find myself hearing reasons or rationale for the stock market’s movements, which really is just a collection of emotions all packaged together to form a result.  I have to ignore these comments, if I listen too carefully I may get swept up in trying to rationalize the action.   Without trying to be […]

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The Market is Mired in a Confidence Crisis

There really is no other way to explain the twists and turns of this market other than increasing doubts that higher prices can continue. We’re not talking about outrageous valuations and lack of investing control as we saw back in the late 90’s. No, I am referring to self-doubt and the confidence crisis that was […]

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The Changing Mindset of Investors and Traders

One thing is for sure, the mood and temperament among investors and traders changes like the direction of the wind.  But leaning to hard one way can be very damaging to your wealth and your mind.  Certainly the unknowns out there are the challenges we have to either dodge or just embrace.  If you have […]

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Wall of Worry is up High in 2015

We love market skeptics, as they will take any particular piece of news and spin it negatively.  Don’t get me wrong, when there is ‘bad’ stuff happening we must take notice of it and respond accordingly.  But, is there anyone out there who is not spooked after the first week of trading the new year?  […]