KD Angle put his first trade on in March of 1979 during the last great inflationary period and has been trading ever since.
- Angle became interested in the markets when he watched his father turn 2 million dollars into 100 million dollars in the great bull market of 1979. He wrote a book about it called "100 Million Dollars in Profits". He went on to have articles published in Stocks and Commodities Magazine and Futures Magazine and was a keynote speaker for the 2015 annual conference held in New York by the Chartered Market Technician Association.
- Angle started his own market newsletter in 1986 and was reported in Forbes Magazine as being the best ranked market newsletter in its class. The newsletter grew to having clients in eight countries and was eventually retired in 1995.
- Angle began managing money in the 1990s using his own rules based strategies and later went on to earn more than 150 performance awards from a respected performance reporting company known as Barclay Hedge over the next 20 years. He retired that career after managing as much as 200 million dollars in assets, but continues to trade his own capital.
- Angle has been featured as an expert trader/investor in two books. One published in 1996 known as the "Four Cardinal Principles of Trading" written by Bruce Babcock. The second book was published in 2012 entitled, "The Mental Edge of Trading" written by Jason Williams, MD.
-Angle has authored three books. The first was "One Hundred Million Dollars in Profits", the second was "SP500 Trading Mastery" and now his legacy book entitled "Guillotine Investing - Keeping Your Head While Others are Keeping Theirs", which shares 35 hears of trading secrets and experience in 351 pages.
Michael J. Carr, CTM and Editor of Technically Speaking Magazine for the Chartered Market Technicians Association - NYC, NY
Daniel B. Stark, President - Daniel B. Stark & Company (who operates an industry performance tracking data base since 1987.)