John Lansing

John Lansing

John Lansing is not your typical Wall Street insider, but that hasn’t stopped him from making tons of money using his own winning stock market trading strategies. In fact, he started his career in hotel restaurant management, but his penchant for numbers, his photographic memory and a burning desire to “make good” led him to his true calling — technical trading.

In 1999, John turned his personal, successful trading practice into a full-time service for traders and investors in order to prevent what he saw as an impending disaster. When he analyzed the stock market sectors, he saw all of his charts pointing to a Nasdaq collapse and he couldn’t just keep that information to himself. He started telling his friends the news and created an outlet so that other grateful stock investors could be privy to this information as well. Out of this financial compassion came Trending123, his technical-analysis-based stock trading service.

As editor of Trending123, John employs a host of sophisticated online stock trading tools to gather the best information available on hot stocks and commodities, stock trends and the market and then picks stocks that his subscribers can get into and out of quickly for 10%-30% profits, helping them create a continual stream of profits.

Recent Articles

Trade of the Day: 3 Utility Stocks

These three utility stocks are technically strong, and could very well turn into the new momentum leaders because of their egregiously oversold condition.

5 Ways to Know a Stock Is Headed Up

Everyone wants their stocks to go up, right? The good news: These five bullish chart patterns indicate when a pick is poised to do just that.

How to Play the Bearish Rising Wedge Through Options

Learn how to identify a bearish rising wedge chart -- then put that info to work by targeting puts in this Canadian National Railway (CNI).

5 Ways to Tell a Stock Is Headed Up

Learn how to identify five bullish chart patterns that indicate a stock is headed up.

7 Ways to Tell a Stock Is Headed Down

Technical analyst John Lansing explains seven bearish chart patterns that will help you reduce your losses and increase your profit-making potential.