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About Jason Jenkins
A little bit about our CEO and Head Trader. Jason was Head of Rates Trading at CG Capital Markets. Before joining CG Capital, he spent almost a decade trading US Treasuries and building out a successful institutional analysis and fixed income trading business. Jason has covered all the primary dealers, large buy-side money managers and hedge funds. His financial career began at Charles Schwab as a trader in the equity and options markets before moving to the sell-side to trade fixed income at vFinance, JVB Financial, and CG Capital. Jason also holds a bachelors degree in Finance and Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
We teach you a trading process not just an indicator
A live trading group needs to be more than just a place to see someone else trade. If done right, it should teach you the way to handle trading as a psychological and technical process. It should also teach you a process that includes every part of a traders day to day life. This makes our service a step above the rest. We don't promise it will be easy. We just promise to be with you every step of the way.
Take your trading to a new level. Gain from the experience and knowledge of professional trading mentors, and never trade alone again. At Jenkins Research Management, our process cuts through all the haze and offers a realistic, time proven trading method based on the many years of Jason's institutional trading experience. We don't offer a system or any sort of "magic indicators". Our approach to trading is a process, top down and consistent. We are traders first while also offering research to institutional clients. We offer...
About our insitutionally forged trading model
We use Technical and Cyclical Analysis for all markets where we seek and define repeatable edges as it pertains to price with a risk management process that covers multiple time horizons. The model is fractal in nature, meaning it covers any time frame with the smaller micro trends building into the larger longer-term macro trends.