Jason Bond is a professional trader and founder of well-known trading program, Jason Bond Picks. He originally became interested in trading while working as a high school teacher. After realizing the time that it would take for him to pay off his student loans, Jason began looking into other options to supplement his income, leading him to explore trading. Alongside professional trader and guru, Jeff Bishop, they opened RagingBull.com, or also known as Raging Bull Trading, in 2010.
New Hampshire, US
Jason Bond Picks is an online trading program with professional trader Jason Bond. The program focuses on the art of swing trading in the stock market, and is great for both new and experienced traders.
Raging Bull Trading is an online trading program that is great for both new or experienced active traders who are looking for stock picks, stock ideas, how to get started trading stocks, and overall stock market education.
Bachelor's Degree, Physical Education
The RagingBull.com Foundation is a nonprofit foundation originally created from Raging Bull Trading's co-founder, Jason Bond and Jeff Bishop that brings a unique group of traders that have committed to donating their annual trading profits to recognized charities. The concept was originally created after Jason Bond donated his 2017 trading profits totaling $232,048 to charitable organizations.
One of Jason Bond's favorite parts about running his trading program, Jason Bond Picks is the opportunity to act as an educator on the stock market. This is what lead him to extend his trading knowledge and experiences to a monthly trading blog. You can see Jason Bond Picks' full trading blog here.
With a growing resume running his trading programs, Raging Bull Trading and Jason Bond Picks, Jason Bond has learned countless crucial small business lessons that he shares with those in the small business sector. Read Jason Bond's small business monthly blog here.
Did you know that Jason Bond first became interested in philanthropy after his meaningful experience purchasing lunch for Navy sailors as a way to thank them for the service. To learn more about Jason Bond's work in philanthropy and read his monthly blog, visit his website here.