Jason Bond Picks Review

Jason Bond Picks Review

Review Jason Bond Trading Alerts System

Stock-Trading System: Jason Bond Picks

Type: Manual Stock-Trading Alerts (3-5 signals per week)

Delivery: email, SMS text, chat

Trading PlatformAll Platforms (Manual Trading)

Subscription Cost: $497 quarterly (50% discount after 6 months)

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Jason Bond Picks Service

Jason Bond Picks is stock-trading system and trading-alerts service. The subscription service includes the email newsletter plus access to the member area (check below the Bond Day Trades and Blow Up Trades). Bond Swing Trades delivers 3-5 trade alerts per week. Each trade lasts from 1 to 4 trading days. The picks are delivered via email, SMS text or online chat.

“Jason Bond Picks is designed for traders having a full time job who want to trade mainly small-cap stocks”

How much the Subscription Costs?

The Jason Bond Picks subscription service costs $497 quarterly while there is a 50% discount after 6 months of subscription. No trial period or coupons are available.

Trading Education

The Jason Bond Picks service includes also a trading education section. There are specialized lessons for intraday and swing traders using the chat service and video lessons.

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Jason Bond Picks Watch List

The developer of the system highlights the value of having a master stock watch list. He argues that by having the right watch list you may maximize the possibilities of beating the market in the long-run. There is a master watch list but also daily watch lists. The Jason Bond Watch List contains three separate groups of interest:

1) Micro Cap Stocks

2) Small Cap Stocks

3) Mid Cap Stocks

Almost all trade alerts are based on stocks listed in the US Markets (Nasdaq, NYSE and AMEX).

How the Trading System Works?

The Jason Bond Picks focus on a wide variety of stock assets. The goal is to find and to trade small-cap stocks, targeting returns of about 5-10%. All trades include a stop-loss order. The stop-losses are placed tight which means that the profit to loss ratio (P/L) of the system is very high.

The system analyzes a wide variety of trading factors such is market news, price cycles, price channels and the past reaction of popular stocks to good and to bad news.

The system is designed to take advantage of oversold markets and probable price breakouts, although this type of trading is difficult to be signaled as market breakouts tend to move very fast.

Review Jason Bond Picks

Here are the two systems that are included for free in the alerting service:

1. Bond Day Trades

This service is included for free in the Jason Bond subscription service. This is a chat service for Jason Bond subscribers that focus on small cap stocks. All executed trades are published in the announcements tab. Traders are provided with swing trade alerts (classic stocks and options trading) delivered in real-time.

2. Bond Blow Ups

This service is also included for free in the Jason Bond Swing Trades System. The system is designed to trade exclusively penny stocks and includes news, earnings reports and breakout levels.

What means Swing Trading?

The Jason Bond Picks service focus on swing trades. Swing trading is a popular trading style focusing on trades last from 1 day to 7 trading days. Swing trades can be identified by the use of technical analysis mainly on 4-Hour and 1-day charts.


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Stock Markets Report 2012

2012 WFE Market Highlights

Here is the annual report of the Global Organization WFE (World Federation of Exchanges) regarding the year 2012.


2012 has proved a challenging year for world exchanges as the volumes of all  products traded on WFE members were -22.5% down in equity transactions (USD 49 tn) and -20% fin the derivatives transactions (14.9bn of equity and interest rates contracts traded). Cash markets continued to suffer from the relative disaffection for equities; derivatives markets were affected from the continued low interest rate environment and the significant decrease of volatility, both factors reducing hedging needs.


Other financial products traded in WFE exchanges also experienced very sharp declines of turnover value:

 ETFs : -31.6% (USD 7.3 tn)

 Securitized derivatives: -43.3% (USD 652 bn)

 Bonds: -20% (USD 26.1 tn)


On a more positive note, the only indicator growing was the market capitalization. After the sharp decline observed in 2011 during the summer, it recovered in 2012 with a 15% growth rate, getting back to its end-of 2010 level. Number of listed companies remain stable at 46 332 (-0.8%).

Equity Markets Capitalization USD 55 tn (+15.1%)


The best performance in 2012 was observed in the Americas (+17.2%) followed by Asia-Pacific (+15.4%) and EAME (+11.6%).

i) Americas

In the Americas, the growth was mainly driven by the US exchanges that increased 19% while Canada increased slightly less (8%) and contrasted trends were observed in Latin American countries.

ii) Asia-Pacific

In Asia-Pacific, the highest growth rates were observed in Thailand (+45%), Philippine (+39%), Singapore (+28%), Hong Kong (+25%) and India (+25%) and relatively lower growth rates occurred in mainland China and Japan (respectively +8% and +5%).

iii) AfricaMiddle East

In EAME, Africa Middle East region experienced a 20% growth rate, eurozone increased 14% while the LSEG in the UK rose 4%.


In 2012 the total number of listed companies on WFE exchanges was steady (-0.3%): -0.4% in Americas, +0.9% in Asia-Pacific and -2.2% in EAME.

Number of listings      46 332       -0.8%

Despite the good performance of market capitalization in 2012, Electronic Order Book (EOB) turnover value declined by 22.5%. All the regions were affected by this trading volumes drop: EAME (-24.1%), Americas (-23.2%) and Asia Pacific (-20%).

Value of share trading USD 49 tn      -22.5%


In 2012, the average transaction size (weighted by value of share trading) slightly increased from USD

8 100 to 8 300. In the EAME region the average transaction size followed the Americas trend and stopped decreasing. Though we are lacking more detailed figures, this could be an indication of the slowdown in activity of algorithmic trading (including HFT) in this region. The average transaction size in Asia Pacific is still below the WFE average indicating a very active retail market.


For the first time since 2004, the number of equity derivative contracts traded on exchanges decreased in 2012 (-21%). Index products were the most affected: -39.6% for stock index options, -20.3% for ETF options, and -14.1% for stock index futures.

Number of contracts traded     14.9 bn    -20.3%

This significant decrease in stock index options was partly explained by the sharp decrease of number of index options traded on Korea Exchange following the multiplication by five of the size of the newly listed contracts on KOSPI 200 since March 2012. Excluding Korean index options, the decline in stock index options was -9.4%. And the overall decline in equity and IR derivatives was -11%.

This decline in equity derivatives mirror the one in the value of cash equities traded and is also probably explained by the significant decrease in volatility observed in 2012. Volatility indices decreased significantly in 2012, except in Japan, to end the year at relatively low levels.

 S&P 500 Volatility (VIX): - 23% (13.02)

 EURO STOXX 50 Volatility: -33.6% (21.35) and FTSE100 Volatility Index: -19.7% (18.05)

 Nikkei Stock Average Volatility Index : + 4.5% (22.45) and HSI Volatility Index : -30.2% (17.19)

The volume of Interest Rate options and futures traded also decreased significantly in 2012 (-17%). Factors generically seen as unfavorable for interest rates derivatives (low interest rates environments, no economic growth and credit expansion) continue to prevail in certain regions and could explain that trend.



After two years of significant increase, Bonds trading also declined in 2012 (-20%).

Bonds (cash markets) Turnover value           USD 26.1 tn     -20%


A sharp decrease (-31.6%) on the turnover realized in 2012. The decrease was mainly due to the United States performance (-33%) which represents 83% of the WFE total turnover.

Turnover value    USD 7.3 tn    -31.6% Listings         7 721    +12%

Securitized derivatives

Securitized derivatives listings continued to grow (+16.2%), but overall volumes declined sharply (-43.3%)

Turnover value USD 652 bn USD     -43.3% Listings 1 263 492       +16.2% 

Read more: Stock Markets Report 2012

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