George Lane has an extensive academic background. He attended Drake University, Washington and Lee University, Northwestern University, The Academy, The Citadel, William and Mary, and the New School. After the Lane family sold its business in 1953, George accepted a job with E.F. Hutton. The company sent George to New York for broker training, where he spent time with Joe Granville, then E.F. Hutton’s technical analyst. Next, George joined Investment Educators (a school teaching the technical side of stocks and commodities) as an analyst. George spearheaded a research group and originated a number of indicators, popularized under such names as %K, %D, and the Stochastic Process (Lane’s Stochastics). Having withstood the test of time, these indicators rank among the most popular in use today. He also developed the technique called Serial Differencing. Since 1957, George has educated investors, producers, brokers, and market analysts in basic technical analysis and advanced methods such as Elliott Wave, Andrews Pitchfork, and Gann. George teaches technical analysis at his school in Watseka, Illinois. Students include individuals and professional traders who wish to improve their analytical skills.
Titles By George
In this valuable session, George and Cairie Lane will provide in-depth explainations of the theory of momentum and stochastic signals. Using numerous charting examples, they will show you how to use this timing tool to best advantage when trading stocks, futures and indices. They will also discuss issues and approaches to self-management and discipline - traits necessary to become a successful trader. The Lane's wealth of knowledge and experience makes this session valuable for both novice and veteran traders.View More Info »
In a recent worldwide survey, Lane’s Stochastics ranked among the most frequently used of all the technical studies available. George covers the theory of momentum indicators in depth. He focuses specifically on Stochastics — how it works, its weaknesses and strengths. George teaches you to use and understand the studies he feels every trader should know and which even experienced traders often overlook or misuse. George’s many years of active trading experience support his keen insights into the market. One experienced trader was heard to remark, “I would rather spend one day with George than one year on the exchange floor trying to learn.” George is an able teacher as well as a master technician, and he expertly addresses the questions of both novice and advanced students.View More Info »