Jason Bond

Jason Bond is an American stock trader, entrepreneur and small cap expert. Bond teaches small cap swing trading at Jason Bond Picks. He is best known for his 2013 swing trading performance tripling the S&P 500 in the portfolio he manages. Bond's small cap swing trading ideas are widely published on numerous financial sites and blogs. Prior to teaching small cap swing trading in 2011, Bond taught for the Webster Central School District in NYS from 2001-2011. Bond's trading strategy attempts to capture gains in a stock within one to four days. He uses technical analysis to look for stocks with short-term price momentum. Bond is interested in the fundamental value of stocks but puts emphasis on price trends and patterns.

Recent Articles By The Author

How President Trump or Clinton Will Move Your Money

How President Trump or Clinton Will Move Your Money

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a pitch battle, but the turbulence in this presidential race doesn't have to extend to your investments. Protect them.

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Groupon is a good upside move during the next two quarters, as traders, historically, have shown to bid shares with optimism during a new CEO’s ‘honeymoon’ period.

Why GoPro's Big Selloff Offers a Great Opportunity to Buy This Stock

Why GoPro's Big Selloff Offers a Great Opportunity to Buy This Stock

GoPro's weak third-quarter results have turned this stock into a beaten-down pariah, but that just creates a compelling buying opportunity. Here's why.