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Wednesday April 20, 2016


Good morning.

The long term service has not had a loser in April, with over $10,000 in trading profits since I ramped things back up and I intend to keep course.

Service revisions to improve the service for busy professionals will be announced soon. Remember, the goal of this service is to provide trade ideas that work for busy professionals. When I send an alert, I ask myself, would this work if I were still teaching in a school. If the answer is no, I trade it in the day & swing trading service. If the answer is yes, I send it your way.

I’m cash on the long term side and looking to put it to use. Here’s what I like.

FNMA – Fibonacci Retracement play I think could pick up steam based on the recent news and Donald Trump’s momentum in the Presidential race. I’m looking for entry above $1.80 and profit in the $2’s.

GEVO – With the Alaskan Airlines partnership about to take flight, literally, I’m looking for entry above $.23 and going for a big win on this. Horrible company overall that might end in bankruptcy but the catalyst here could deliver a win for us. Volume is bad lately so I’ll go very small here and look for a big % win.

Trade green!

Jason Bond


  1. Kevin Sabo

    Jason, regarding FNMA and Donald Trump, is this based on Trump beating Hillary? I’m not a fan of either but I think Hillary beats The Donald in a general election. If so, what happens to FNMA?

    • Jason Bond

      Well the election is a long way off. If any republican has a chance, so does FNMA. Right now Trump appears to be the only one with a chance.

  2. lawrence

    Hi Jason,

    I am new to this service. In fact today is my first day. I am wondering do you set a stop loss for the the ones you buy.

    • Jason Bond

      Hi and welcome. After you watch the lessons the stops will stand right out to you – it’s key you see them. Video 1-3 in particular.

  3. Alvin

    Hi Jason.
    Also new to long term trading. I got in on GEVO waiting on good news. I really like the play here. But is it advisable to stay in through the earnings report (May 12 I think) or drop it the get it again after earnings? It’s a bit tricky with your long term strategy where you would hold for months at a time. I don’t mind waiting and holding but your day swing lessons (also a subscriber) you teach people not to hold stock during earnings. So I’m a bit confused with the strategy. Hope you can clarify. Thanks.

    • Jason Bond

      Yes quite often I carry through earnings in this longer term newsletter but not in the day & swing trading.


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