Enrollment is Gaining Major Momentum:
Due to the success of Jason Bond’s flagship swing trading service, demand for his New Mentor Service has been impressive to say the least. For the first few week’s of the mentor service’s existence, Jason has trusted that you’ve taken the time to rightfully decide if it is right for you. But from now on, Jason Bond himself will personally be making that call. There are a couple good reasons for this:
1) You Need to Be a Serious Trader: The mentor service is not a small investment ($5,000/year), so Jason needs to make sure you’re as focused on your own trading success as he is. He truly cares about his clients and knows an income from a successful swing trading strategy can be life-changing.
You need to be able to dedicate enough time to it, be open to constructive criticism, and have at least a minimum knowledge of trading. This is not for beginners, so if you’re looking for a starting point in education, you should consider Jason’s Flagship Swing Trading Service first (costs over 75% less per year).
2) The Group Needs to Be Kept Small: In order to keep the group intimate and small enough for Jason to give every paying client the attention they deserve, he needs to keep it relatively small. He didn’t launch this service as a cash grab for himself, and fully intends to turn people away if he approaches a point where he has too many traders under his wing to focus on. So if you aren’t in a position to be dedicated enough to the mentor service, or if enrollment has reached its maximum number of seats, you may not be offered a spot at that time.
The good news is that the mentor service isn’t really a subscription that should last more than a year per trader, allowing for more spots to open up continuously once individuals finish up their intensive training.
Is Jason Bond Making the Right Choice?
Jason Bond is the coach and the future success of his mentor service depends solely on the current success his clients are able to achieve. For this reason, he will be screening applicants and choosing the ones with the most potential & desire to change their lives. I believe this approach is for the best and only helps those who aren’t a good match for the service avoid wasting a large chunk of money on something they either don’t have the time for or aren’t serious about.
The fact of the matter is he fully intends to stretch your learning to allow you to reach your full potential, and you need to be willing to work your tail off for him as well. If Jason believes your trading goals align with his service and you are an attractive applicant, you can expect him to take your performance on Wall Street to the next level.
Written by Matthew Thomas