2 Apr

Who The Hell Is Jason Bond Anyway?


I never had dreams to become a trader. In fact, I was an athlete who thought I was going to go pro. I really never thought the market could change my life the way it did.

I was just a kid from a small town in upstate New York who played sports.

Fun Fact: “Kowalik” was an adopted last name. My real last name is Bond; I changed later in life.

I was a football player in high school… and I also played baseball, of course, when you’re a kid — you don’t really plan for the future in case something doesn’t work out. 

So I tried my very best to make my dreams come true… and played college baseball.

Heck, I was invited to try out for the Atlanta Braves.

Long story, short, I didn’t make the cut… and that’s when reality hit. Of course, I was distraught and knew I needed to find something to do. So I decided to pursue a career in teaching.

I was a New York State public school teacher for about 10 years, along with my wife Pamela. One day, I looked at my finances and realized I rattled up $250K in debt, and it would take me decades to pay it off with my salary as a teacher.

While I did have summers off as a teacher, there were really no vacations for me and my wife. I kept busy by taking side-jobs, like roofing and serving tables at a few local restaurants.

Times were tough, and there were days I would make Pamela rummage through garbage to pick out aluminum cans and exchange them for a nickel. I was so sick and tired of living that life.

I wanted a way out… I needed a way out… and I found a way out… it was the stock market.

However, my success didn’t happen overnight.

When I first started out trading, I had small goals — make enough money so I didn’t have to take on odd jobs in the summer.

My first 1-2 years of trading momentum stocks didn’t bring me any closer to my goal of financial freedom. I realized that if I wanted to grow and develop as a trader, I needed a mentor. For me, that mentor was Jeff Bishop. 

Through mentorship, I was able to master scalable, and what I believe to be repeatable, trading strategies. 

In just a few years, I was able to go from being a debt-riddled public school teacher chasing the American dream — to not only achieving the American dream but now I have gone on to train thousands of people on how to trade stocks.

Today, I focus on teaching traders how to hunt down momentum stocks, as well as trade options.

Like most folks, it’s good to be skeptical. That’s why I provide my subscribers with watchlists, advance notice alerts, and real-time updates on my moves.

Full transparency, that’s what you’ll get from me. 

Of course, I’m still a teacher at heart, and it’s still one of my greatest passions. And I want to give back to the world what’s changed my life. 

If a broke school teacher who never had dreams of becoming a profitable trader could make it in the market?

Why not you?

I’m here today as both a trader and a teacher who’s not only debt-free but a bonafide multi-millionaire.

I’m so glad to have you aboard, and every week, I’ll do my best to provide the best lessons and show you my techniques that have helped me become the trader I am today. 


  1. Stephen Richardson

    Hey Jason just wanted to say hi and interduce my self, just sugned up for your stock picks,love the info still workin my way thru your site. By the way was watchin your videos, what chart program are you using? love the blue background(easy on the eyes) looks pretty informative. Anys my name is Stephen Richardson from Anchorage AK look forward to makin $ with ya Thanks

  2. Jason Bond

    Cheers from New York Stephen. The charting software you see there is E*Trade Pro’s platform which they give out for free if you make 30 trades per quarter. Otherwise they charge $99 a month last time I checked. Best software I’ve found hands down.

  3. Robert

    Kinda like to join but
    your website wont let me use just a visa card
    because i had a pay pal account a long time ago
    and did not like them. still dont

  4. Jason Bond

    We would love to have you Bob, but right now PayPal is my only tool for accepting payments. I’ve had an account at PayPal for years, I don’t use it for much but it does come in handy at times. Hope to see you on board!


  5. Brendan

    Hey Jason! You’re site looks great, I am interested in signing up. I am wondering why you removed the $39 rate, I really wish I could get in at this rate, as it would be more affordable to me. Please let me know if you could do me a solid and let me in for 39…. Thanks! 🙂


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