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.

Recent Articles By The Author

Low VIX Once Again Signals Caution, So Mitigate Your Risk Via Puts

Low VIX Once Again Signals Caution, So Mitigate Your Risk Via Puts

It's time to talk about having protection in order to hedge against potential losses should another pullback hit.

Growing Trade Tensions and How They Affect the Portfolio

We have ample cash and our inverse ETF positions to weather this storm and allow us to be opportunistic when the dust settles.

Chart of the Day: Adobe Systems

Adobe's correction appears to be over.

Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

Given the market selloff this week, the majority of our long positions declined while our inverse market ETFs moved higher.

Disney Bulls May Have Exhausted Themselves

Disney Bulls May Have Exhausted Themselves

Investors may use this earnings report to take some money off the table.

Reports Say China Threw Huge Monkey Wrench Into Trade Deal

News that China wants to back away from key trade commitments after months of negotiations gives context to President Trump's latest tariff threat.

Electronic Arts Stock Really Has No Game

Electronic Arts Stock Really Has No Game

There is nothing bullish about EA's chart as we get ready for earnings to hit.

This Portfolio Name May Quickly Bounce Back Towards the Highs

We may add more GOOGL to the portfolio on this dip.

Nvidia Stock: Patience Is Key Right Now

Nvidia Stock: Patience Is Key Right Now

The NVDA chart is essentially in no man's land.

Sell in May and Go Away? Only If the Market Tells Us So

Sell in May and Go Away? Only If the Market Tells Us So

Nobody ever went broke taking a profit. But to exit entirely because of some old market saying?