I was stuck in a rut. I was making $40,000 teaching. And was over $250,000 in debt. My debt included student loans, car loans and credit card debt. I didn’t know how to get out of this situation. I would sometimes think that this is the way it had to be. Have a few thousand dollars in the bank account. And be scared about a few big bills that could come my way. Like replacing all 4 of my tires or needing brake work done.
Something like this would could potentially wipe out everything I have.
Does this scenario sound familiar to you ? This is the same exact situation I was in a few years ago.
My wife and I were living paycheck to paycheck. Having money left over at the end of the month to feel safe was a struggle. And I didn’t know how to get out. I was stuck in financial jail.
My name is Jason Bond.
I grew up in Tonawanda, New York. My father was an employee at Ford working the assembly line. My mother cleaned houses after my parents split. I come from a broken family. And was the first one to go to college.
My passion growing up was sports. My teammates and coaches made me captain of the football team and played baseball. I wanted to become a professional athlete but realized this wouldn’t be a reality in college. I had a tryout with the Atlanta Braves but didn’t make it.
Long story short, I became a physical education teacher. And met my wife in college and she’s also a teacher. I graduated highschool in 1995 and always thought I needed an education to get a decent paying job.
I didn’t want to struggle like my parents did. So I taught for many years. I loved teaching. But you can only love doing something for so long if the finances don’t add up. My wife and I kept getting deeper into debt. At the end of the day, we were $250k in the hole with no way to get out.
We only knew how to be school teachers. And the salary we were bringing home didn’t add up. I had enough and wanted to do something different. So I combined all my assets and devoted my life to learning the stock market game.
Stock trading has changed my life.
I now have money left over at the end of the month.
My goal wasn’t to become a millionaire. I just wanted to have a little more money at the end of the month. But I am thankful I am a millionaire because of the stock market.
One of my gifts growing up was recognizing patterns as a baseball player. I would study opposing pitchers. From how long it took for them to stretch on the mound to their pitch patterns. Many times I was able to guess right and crush baseballs over the fence.
When I became a student of the trading stocks, I wanted to figure out patterns of winning trades. I have now made over 7 figures trading stocks. And this is due to 1 trading pattern I spotted.
My bank account does jumping jacks for joy every time I spot this pattern. I like to call this the “fish hook” pattern. Everytime i through a line out, I pull in money using this pattern.
Have you heard of this Chinese Proverb?
This is what I’ve done with my “fish hook” trading method. I’ve taught several people how to fish in the stock market.
I’d like to invite you to watch a presentation I put together. That details my “fish hook” method of trading.
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I don’t know how much longer I’ll have this presentation up my business is becoming busier with helping current students.
So I encourage you to take advantage of this Free Presentation and learn about my trading methods.
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