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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).


  • o.j. focht says:

    very interesting not financialy able at this time but maby alittle later.

  • Krazy Koot says:

    I am happy for Kyle Dennis and wish him luck. Do I want to earn a lot of money in a short amount time? Yes. Will I consider this membership in the achievement of my goal? No. I wouldn’t be happy in following his footsteps to achieve my riches and feel that this sentiment actually is actually shared by many people. I feel this is why a lot of people try these systems/programs and fail to achieve their goals.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      I respect the approach of trying to carve your own path, but there’s definitely something to be said about having a mentor like Kyle Dennis within the stock trading space. It can take quite a bit of time trying to figure things out on your own, not to mention the losses that can pile up trying to pinpoint methods that actually work. It’s not that Kyle’s strategy is foolproof – no trader is right 100% of the time. But he’s developed a proven process based on technicals, fundamentals, and catalysts within the biotech industry. It’s a niche strategy that works extremely well and took a couple years for him to refine. There’s certainly opportunities in other arenas, but developing a strategy completely on your own isn’t an easy undertaking. It helps having the guidance of a trader who’s been where you are, knows the path you need to take, and ultimately, can teach you to profit at a quicker pace than if you were completely on your own trying to figure it all out.

  • Gareth says:

    I appreciate the fact that Kyle Dennis would let beginners like myself get a hold of some solid insider training at first. This is admittedly a scary market for folks who have never traded or invested before, but it is calming to know that I wouldn’t be walking on a tightrope without a safety net. It appears as if the road map he has laid out  for himself and his students is a smart one – I can’t wait to get started!

  • Andrew G says:

    I like that this program offers mentorship instead of just boring software. I don’t think people many times, including myself, see the need to realize the need for the support of a mentor who can help you get to the right place. When you think you are someone your really not until you have decided to do things the right and best way. I would recommend this education program.

  • Milos says:

    These trading trainings were always somewhat interesting to me, but I never payed to much attention to them. In Europe we used to say, that strangely – all the people tend to think they know what to do with their money. Well…when we talk about money, one should be careful and rather conservative…at least that’s traditional thinking. Reading this article showed me, that with proper education and dedication, you can reach aggressive financial goals and as it seems, this kind of training is worth trying.

  • Lstalat says:

    I like the Biotech Breakouts website and the free information and webinars included on the blog. I think Kyle should include a FAQ section which helps starters who have no experience at all.

    I’m happy that you have mentioned a few trading newsletter platforms that can be trusted. The biggest problem in online trading is which provider to trust and where to get proper information on how to trade and how to pick the right trade.

    Thank you, I will be trying some of these courses.

  • Cut says:

    Trading is one the only business-like undertakings that has no employees or inventory, but a ton of responsibility. It is literally an open playing field and you have to ability to go out there with what you have and profit. But the key here is responsibly. If you go in and think you’ll turn $100 into $10,000 in a day, you’ll need a wake up call. If you take full responsibly, following the “rules”, be patient and not be greedy. You may find success in the market. Just speaking from experience.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Cut – I enjoy your viewpoint on trading. Opportunities in the market are out there for the taking for ANYBODY willing to study and prepare themselves for it. You don’t need a particular degree or job experience – all you need is you, your brokerage account, and the correct mindset.

      The trickiest part of trading is controlling your own emotions. In all reality, it’s easy to find good chart patterns, calculate risk vs. reward, and determine what catalysts are best, but patiently awaiting the highest-potential opportunities and avoiding greed in the process is the hardest part. In many cases, the difference between profit and loss is having a plan in place before every trade you make AND sticking to that plan. It goes against human nature, but the more emotion you can take out of trading, the more success you’ll have.

      So in the end, it has everything to do with responsibility. Successful trading requires way more than just “hot picks”. Individuals need to take control of their trading education, learn concepts that will last them a lifetime, and ultimately take control of their profits. Cheers!

  • VHayes2 says:

    Ok, look…….. I can be a sceptical person sometimes. I am just not believing that this guy is out there handing out porches. I mean really? I know that you have to earn so much and all…… But I really would like to know if this is actually worth looking at and if it actually works.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      It’s natural to be skeptical about any “money making” services out there – I get it. But Kyle Dennis is far from the only trading success story that came from Jason Bond Picks. His personal results (being able to turn $15K into well over $1M in just a couple years) certainly isn’t typical of all members, but there are many more making 5 or 6 figures trading part-time utilizing Jason’s lessons.

      Not many people like to hear this, but merely attempting to copy buy & sell alerts via text/email won’t generate long-term success in the markets (especially with a short-term trading approach). It takes a lot of hard work and focus on education to truly excel. People think that all they have to do is subscribe and it will result in automatic success, but it just doesn’t work like that. You have to do your part to educate yourself, practice, and then execute the strategy.

      In my opinion, both Jason Bond Picks and BioTech Breakouts are well worth it IF you’re willing to study the video lessons, watch lists, live trading sessions, webinars, and other educational materials with the goal of becoming an independent, self-sufficient trader. You may not see immediate success, but under Jason and/or Kyle’s guidance, success can certainly be expedited. Overall, the focused mentorship is what it’s all about.

      You can find many testimonials throughout this site, many of which are in the “comments” section of posts & pages. In fact, one can be found directly below this from Heather McNevin. There’s also a page dedicated entirely to Jason Bond Picks testimonials here. In the end, newsletters like Jason Bond Picks and BioTech Breakouts work if you’re willing to put the work in yourself. There’s no magic formula besides hard work, but the expertise of two proven traders can help guide you (avoid mistakes and capture the most profits).

  • Heather McNevin says:

    I signed up for BTB Nucleus program the day it was offered. Kyle spends all day in the chat room teaching. You have unrestricted access to get all of your questions answered. He will take time to discuss technicals, fundamentals, trade software, news programs, scanners, etc. He does a scan with us each afternoon to find ideas for the next day. He teaches all types of trades. In addition to Kyles impressive success with trading, many in the chatroom have been doing much better with their trading thanks to his guidance. His watchlists are detailed and timely. The volume of educational content he puts on his website is impressive. He has several webinars per month, plus makes shorter videos on individual topics. All are recorded and accessible whenever you want. I really enjoy this service, and it has led to some of my consistently highest success rates with a given trading technique. I intend to continue on with this service at the Nucleus level and highly recommend it to others.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      I’m also one of those traders who was able to “turn a corner” so to speak in my approach thanks to the teachings of Kyle Dennis. His Biotech Catalyst Swing Trading strategy truly resonated with me and has been the most profitable strategy I’ve pursued to date. This particular strategy can certainly be applied to any sector (not just biotechnology), which is the beauty of it, but I think the focus on just one sector really helped me narrow down opportunities and capitalize on them with more clarity and conviction than ever before.

      Overall, I’ve learned that being a great trader doesn’t mean you have to be great at everything. It really only takes being consistently profitable in one area. It’s impossible to take advantage of every opportunity that the market provides on a daily basis, so specializing in one niche strategy can be extremely beneficial – at least it was for me. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and experiences – Take care!

  • Paul says:

    Hi Matt,

    Reading your article has piqued my interest in this program. I would love to start it when I have the time.

    Technical analysis is really fascinating to me. I’ve heard it said that the technicals are basically signals left behind by the big players, letting us know what they’re going to do. That’s how we can make educated guesses about the market direction by looking at charts.

    I’m always interested in seeing new takes on the technicals. I personally have a lot of room to grow as a trader.

    • Matt Thomas says:

      Hi Paul. There are a lot of traders and investors out there who disregard technicals, but it’s hard to understand why. The price action truly tells all. The underlying sentiment of all traders and investors lies in the price action – and that’s what the technicals tell you. When Kyle Dennis and his students pair the technicals of a stock with solid upcoming catalyst events that draw a lot of eyeballs, they’re able to profit on run-ups over and over again. No one signal or indicator can guarantee success, but consistently putting the odds in your favor results in success over time.

      Keep learning and growing as a trader. I personally have lots of room to grow as well. That’s the best part – there’s unlimited potential when it comes to trading stocks if you’re willing to work hard enough to achieve it. Take care!

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