“Hope things are going well. Actually, I should rephrase that. I know things are going well even though we’re only a month into 2013. Compared to 2012 (only eight months as I joined JBP in late-April), I’ve already made around $15,800, or 23.43%, of 2012’s profit in a single month on mostly swing trades alone. 23.43%. One month. What other job will match that? Hats off to you and the service you provide. It goes to show you don’t have to day trade your butt off in order to profit at Jason Bond Picks.
This delves into a recurring issue I see at Jason Bond Picks. Why do people not take control of their trades? New subscribers or traders, I understand. Old? Come on now. It’s quite a pet peeve to see members not touching their trades whether the position is in the green or red. So the question is, “Why?” I dropped nearly 20,000 shares, or $42,200 in real-money, on GEVO. Am I going to allow Jason Bond to dictate when I exit the trade? No way. Whether it is watching Netflix as I trade or trading from the toilet, I will manage the trade regardless of who alerts or recommends it. Perhaps a video lesson, which I would be more than happy to assist with, on trade/risk management is needed. (Side note: Had I obeyed my rules (selling into strength for GEVO on the gap), I would be up another $3,300 instead of going break-even on the trade. But that’s all hindsight now.) Being completely honest, I don’t consider myself a great or decent trader. However, I do consider myself to be an good to great money/risk manager.
Anyhow. I very much look forward to Bond Blow Ups when it is released on Feb. 1, 2013. I think it is the perfect compliment to your swing trade and day trade service. I’ve been with many, many, newsletters and this remains the top newsletter/service on the Internet for traders of all skill levels. I’ve attached some images of my new Nexus 10 that I’ve purchased thanks to profit from your service (from Marjorie, actually).” ~ Jeff L.