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Matt Thomas

Founder of, Creator of the Trading Success Framework Course & Trading Paradigm Skool Community, and Intraday Futures Trader Using Auction Market Theory & Profiling (Volume & Market Profile).


  • dmassengill69 says:

    This program will be a great help to me in the near future. I’ve always wanted to try trading in the stock market. The main reason for not doing it is not knowing enough about it. I’ll at least be able to learn from this and make informed choices. Thanks for showing this program.

    Question – What amount of money would you recommend for a starter account in trading? I need to make sure this will work before investing too much in it. But I don’t want to hurt myself by not investing enough to get a good feel for the market.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Great question. The best place to start, in my opinion, is with the educational resources (video lessons, webinars, reports, etc.) and then a paper trading account. With Paper Trading, you don’t necessarily need any real money in order to gain experience and practice various strategies. It’s essentially a demo account for risk-free learning. And when it comes time to transition into a real money account, the general consensus amongst most successful traders is a minimum of a few thousand dollars. I hope that helps.

  • Seun Afotanju says:

    I have always had my mind on the stock market ever since I have been trying to find a way to my financial freedom, I have seen so many forex trading strategies and paid for so many but ALL failed it was a great turnoff for me as i was unable to make money, instead loosing them to scam, what is the guarantee on this strategy?

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Seun – there are absolutely no guarantees when joining a service like this. There are a number of factors that will contribute to any particular individual’s success/failure in the markets – portfolio size, risk tolerance, mindset, strategy preferences, availability during market hours, dedication to learning, experience level, and more. Overall, when somebody joins a service such as Jason Bond Picks, there’s no guarantee that they will personally watch all of the video lessons, understand the strategies, cultivate the proper mindset, develop a risk-managed approach, etc., so for Jason to offer some sort of guarantee of success would be improper. He can share stories and examples of traders who have found success under his mentorship, but no blanket guarantees can be made. In fact, any services that are offering guarantees should be examined with caution.

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