Bob Strang

Investment Advisor

Disciplined, Proactive Investing

For over 50 years, I have been studying market cycles and following a unique methodology for maximizing investment gains with a minimum of risk. This enables my investors to steadily enjoy the best returns the markets will yield without excess volatility and uncertainty.

This system is unbiased, disciplined and based on numbers rather than emotion or erroneous information. Analysts may know 25 things about a given company, but may not know the one thing that is most important. My chart system picks up on trends at a very early stage.

Here's how the system works

I identify a select list of stocks that I believe hold the highest potential to yield returns. Then, I closely analyze daily and weekly reports of those stocks’ moving averages to watch for intersection points. Using various averages, I identify key points at which I recommend my clients buy a stock, and warning signals that indicate when it is time for them to sell.

Once the buy signal is given, the stock is usually in an uptrend and can be bought or held until the signal is reversed. This tends to give me and my clients greater confidence during short-term periods of stress that usually don’t change the stocks’ direction, but do affect investors mentally. Without a system, these stress periods can drive people to buy or sell based on emotion rather than discipline. Once the sell signal is given, the stock is usually in a downtrend and should be sold. The is most important as, quite often, stock prices can go down dramatically with many advisors still recommending them.

A proven track record

Over almost five decades, this system has helped me remain proactive and trade to my clients’ best advantage. Best of all, I can often trade before the majority of people have recognized the need to do so. In investing as in so many aspects of life, having a head start gives us a decided advantage.

This methodology has historically not only been very helpful in trading securities, but also trading in some mutual funds.