Andy Wang

Trader, Options & Technical Analysis

HappyTrading, a.k.a. Andy Wang, graduated from the University of California, at Berkeley, with a dual degree in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering, honors. He was also a high school valedictorian and was on the Berkeley University's Dean's List for his graduating year.

While at Berekely, Andy did 4.5 years of graduate-level research in superconductivity. Through his research in superconductivity, Andy was introduced to computer graphics to visualize molecular structures. Andy went on to teach himself computer graphics animation in 1 year and had a job lined up at George Lucas' Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) before he graduated. He was one of the top 7 students from Berkeley's College of Chemistry to be solicited by MIT to attend its graduate program. Andy chose to have fun, making movies at ILM.

Andy has worked at ILM, Sony, DreamWorks, and IDTE Entertainment making live-action and animated features. He has worked on films such as Star Wars Episode I (Lucas Film), The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Universal Pictures), Stuart Little 2 (Sony Pictures), Shark Tale (DreamWorks)...etc. Just before he started blogging in the financial industry, Andy was the Cinematographer (Director of Photography) on the movie "Everyone's Hero". You can find some of Andy's movie credits on these movie sites:
Internet Movie Database:
Andy Wang on IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0910830/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

Since then, Andy has consulted on various projects in the entertainment industry. A particularly interesting project that Andy art-directed was a "theme-park ride" called "Dance of the Dragons", in the City of Dreams Resort in Macau, China. Most recently, Andy supervised various parts of the visual effects on "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For".

In his spare time, Andy plays the stock market. Much of Andy's understanding of the stock market comes from experience and intuition. He has developed a charting system using technical analysis to better understand the trends and movements of individuals stocks, trading vehicles, and the stock market itself.

Andy was writing a financial blog called Wang's Happy Trading (wangshappytrading.com) in early 2007. In 2008, Andy founded a new company called My Happy Trading (myhappytrading.com), a financial social network, dedicated to help its members to create wealth, together.

Andy is now working with Marketfy.