Titans of Trade with Jason Bond and Daymond John
Titans of Trade – The Trading Strategy That Is Effortlessly Handing out “Weekly Paychecks”
This overlooked options strategy is delivering everyday people, just like yourself, massive returns!
Meet Your Hosts – Jason Bond and Daymond John
“My community reached out to me. They wanted to know how to navigate the stock market. I had my network search all over for prospective traders who had a track record of teaching others. After narrowing down the list, I knew I wanted to work with Jason Bond. It wasn’t just his performance that caught my eye. It was his member’s returns that I couldn’t ignore!” – Daymond John
Daymond Garfield John (born February 23, 1969) is an American businessman, investor, television personality, author, and motivational speaker. He is best known as the founder, president, and CEO of FUBU, and appears as an investor on the ABC reality television series Shark Tank. Based in New York City, John is the founder of The Shark Group.
As of 2016, John had a net worth of $250 million.
John started FUBU in his mother’s house in Hollis, Queens. When John first had the idea for a clothing company for young men, his mother taught him how to sew and supported him by allowing her house to be taken over to grow the business.
Wool ski hats with their tops tied off with fishing line were popular, and John noticed them being sold for $20, which he considered overpriced. He went home and sewed around 90 hats with his next-door neighbor.They sold their homemade hats for $10 each and made $800 in a single day.After the hats, they began selling screen-printed T-shirts. To break into the market, they sold on consignment and at large events around the Northeast. To make ends meet, John held a full-time job at Red Lobster, working on the FUBU business in between shifts.
Sensing potential, John and his mother mortgaged their house for $100,000 to generate start-up capital. In addition to Brown, he recruited longtime friends J. Alexander Martin and Keith Perrin into the business, and began sewing the FUBU logo onto hockey jerseys, sweatshirts, and T-shirts. They loaned about 10 of the hockey jerseys out to rappers for their music videos for 2 years and got product placements in about 30 videos. They were perceived as a large clothing brand, despite being a relatively small company and stores started requesting their brand. In 1993, he convinced LL Cool J, an old neighborhood friend, to wear a FUBU T-shirt for a promotional campaign. Later, while filming a 30-second advertising spot for The Gap, LL Cool J wore a FUBU hat in the commercial and incorporated the line “for us, by us” in his rapping.
In 1992,or 1994, John received $300,000 in orders and also an offer for participating in Macy’s (M) at a Las Vegas fashion trade show, MAGIC.They had to take out a second mortgage of his mother’s house in order to fulfill the orders. After being turned down by 27 banks for a loan, his mother used the last of their money to take out an advertisement in the NY Times. As a result of the ad, FUBU made a deal with Samsung Textiles, allowing them to complete their orders.
FUBU has earned over $6 billion in global sales.
FUBU is featured at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African-American History and Culture.
In 2009, John received a call from Mark Burnett asking him to join the cast of ABC’s new reality business show Shark Tank, which gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their businesses to investors, or “Sharks” in the hopes of receiving an investment. The show is now in its 10th season. John has invested $8,567,000 of his own money in Shark Tank companies as of May 12, 2017. His favorite investments on record by 2015 were Al “Bubba” Baker’s boneless ribs and Bombas socks. In 2016, Shark Tank won an Emmy Award, and won Outstanding Reality Program from 2012-2014.
John invested in Bubba’s-Q Boneless Ribs on Season 5 of Shark Tank and has helped grow the company from $154,000 in sales to $16 million in 3 years. In 2017, Bubba’s-Q Boneless Ribs partnered up with Carl’s Jr. to create the limited-edition Baby Back Rib Burger.ar-old Moziah “Mo” Bridges, who is the owner of Mo’s Bows. John decided not to invest in Mo’s Bows but instead to mentor the young entrepreneur.Recently, Mo’s Bows agreed to a seven-figure licensing partnership with the NBA to create bow ties that use the teams logos.
After investing in Bombas Socks on Season 6 of Shark Tank, total sales for the company increased from $450,000 in the first nine months to $12 million. For every pair of socks sold, Bombas donates a pair to someone in need and, as of August 2017, they have donated over 4 million pairs of socks.
John invested in Sun-Staches on Season 6 of Shark Tank and they have done over $4.2 million in sales. Shark Tank has won 4 Emmy Awards and has been nominated 9 times.
The Shark Group
John is the CEO and founder of The Shark Group, a brand management and consulting firm.The Shark Group office is located in Manhattan, New York.
Consulting and speaking
John has become a public speaker. He works with brands and celebrities to create additional revenue streams and brand extensions; some of his clients include Pitbull and the Miss Universe Organization. John is also a brand ambassador for the e-commerce company Shopify.
John has been a motivational and business speaker at engagements include California First Lady Maria Shriver’s 2010 Women’s Conference, AT&T’s History Makers Tour, Babson College School of Entrepreneurship, Rutgers University and the Creative LIAisons program at the annual London International Awards.
Next Level Success
In 2015, John co-founded Daymond John’s Success Formula, a program designed to teach business owners and entrepreneurs how to start and grow their business from the ground up.
In September 2019, Daymond John’s Success Formula rebranded to Next Level Success.
One of the organizations the program works with is the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.
The program offers a $1,500 scholarship to two students a year.This scholarship is given in hopes to inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Through the online training program (“Daymond on Demand”), entrepreneurs have the opportunity to learn more about various aspects of entrepreneurship – such as “Brand Growth, Maximizing Profitability, Innovative Marketing” and more.
Winning swing trades
Jason is a self-made millionaire trader who left the corporate grind to trade professionally. He’s trained well over 10,000 paid members and is the #1 stock trading stock advisory service TrustPilot, which is the best member review site in the world. He’s co-founder of the trading education powerhouse, Raging Bull, and he’s been featured on Forbes, The Street, Huffington Post, Investing.com, Seeking Alpha as well as the floor of the NYSE.
Why Daymond chose Jason?
Jason’s performance got me interested. His members’ performance sold me.
“I AM REALLY ENJOYING THE PROFITS JASON’S NEW SERVICE IS PROVIDING ME. I’M TRADING A SMALL ACCOUNT, BUT WITH A WIN RATE OF 5 WINNERS OUT OF 5 TRADES, MY ACCOUNT WON’T BE SMALL FOR LONG. THANKS JASON. THIS IS THE BEST SERVICE OFFERED BY RAGING BULL – BAR NONE.”
— BEN MAL.
“NEEDLESS TO SAY, WITH ONE WEEK OF TRADES, I HAVE “PAID FOR” THE WW LIFETIME FEE, AS WELL AS MY BILLS FOR THE MONTH… MY P/L WAS $8,076.12 FOR 1 WEEK’S WORTH OF TRADES!!!”
— MARVIN DOM.
“JB – 10 FOR 10 ON WW FOR $17,290 IN PROFITS! LOVIN THIS SERVICE.”
— KEVIN SCH.
“NET $12.5K THIS WEEK, WW TOTAL PROFIT $22.5K FOR ALL POSITION I WAS ABLE TO ENTER. THANKS JB!!! I’M STILL 100% PROFITABLE ON WW TRADES”
— RICK EAG.
“JB – I’M UP 10K ON THE FIRST 2 WEEKS. THANK YOU!”
— WESLEY MON.
“I’M A MEMBER OF YOUR AND SO FAR IM CRUSHING IT WITH YOU THERE… UP 13K IN TWO WEEKS HOPING TO LOCK IN ANOTHER 10 OR SO THIS WEEK… I CANT THANK YOU ENOUGH JASON, HONESTLY!”
— WILLIAM SAD.
“JASON, HIT FIRST 2 IN A ROW YESTERDAY 2413.00 AND 1100.00 = 3513.00. THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU ROCK MAN!”
— KEVIN PER.