Bob Lang is a private trader in equity and option markets at his company Aztec Capital LLC. Through Explosive Options, Lang acts as an options trading mentor, providing trade ideas based on what he's doing for his own clients.Expand

His focus is on building strong, long-term relationships with his subscribers and making options trading for income more accessible. Using his technical expertise and a direct, hands-on approach, Lang provides time-sensitive trading information in real-time. Lang serves as one of Jim Cramer's go-to technical experts on Mad Money and regularly contributes to

Previously, Lang managed a $300 million pension and 401(k) plan for a Southern California cooperative. In early 2000, he launched Aztec Partners, a hedge fund for private and institutional clients, which 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, and in 2011, he launched Explosive Options.


Jesse Livermore's sage words remain eminently useful today.
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This may not be all that popular of a post, but you might understand where I'm coming from.
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Many are seeing the mind-boggling move here again TWTR. Not too surprising, as the technicals have been quite...
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Thanks to Paul, Antonia and Skip -- superb and very thoughtful replies(would like to hear more). You all make...
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We picked up some calls today in BWLD as some really good volume came into the name recently, and technicals h...
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