Bob Lang

Bob Lang has been a private trader in equity and option markets for several years and manages separate accounts via Aztec Capital LLC. He has managed a $300 million pension and 401(k) plan for a Southern California cooperative. In early 2000, Lang started a hedge fund for private and institutional clients. This fund, Aztec Partners, was a top-performing fund that year relative to its peer group. In 2002, Lang worked with floor traders in the active bond-trading group of Countrywide Capital Markets. In May 2011, Lang launched an options trading service called Explosive Options.

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2 Stocks You Definitely Should Consider Shorting This Week

2 Stocks You Definitely Should Consider Shorting This Week

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Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

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The Jobs Report Is a Head Scratcher

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A Biotech Concern, a Silica Producer and Other Stocks That Look Good Short

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Chart of the Day: Veeva Systems

After its post-earnings pullback, this stock looks ready to head much higher.

A December to Remember: The Lesson? Markets Do Go Down

A December to Remember: The Lesson? Markets Do Go Down

The market will fall again at some point. Are you prepared for that moment?