On Tuesday (well, Monday for Bullseye members), I told you I was bullish on the gold miners. 

I broke down all of the reasons that I thought gold was going higher. If you missed it, you can read all about it here (but you should really pay attention to my ideas when I put them out!)

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Now, what I didn’t tell you was how I was trading it. 

That’s reserved for my thousands and thousands of subscribers, who get my highest-conviction trade idea every Monday morning in Bullseye Trades (psst… you too can get these great ideas each week before the market opens for less than $100 by using this link

Here’s what happened to my gold trade this week:

NUGT puts chart

Here’s how I traded it:

NUGT trade details

I made two trades on these contracts, put in about $9600 in total capital (all trades sent out to my members BEFORE I ever trade them) and then sold these for well over $9000 in profit just a few days later.

Not a bad week at all for old “El Jefe” here!

I hope your week went well also.

Now, they don’t all work this well of course, but I come into every trade idea with a plan, a detailed plan with sound reasoning for why I think a particular stock out of thousands can move in a certain direction. And my goal is to teach you to be able to do the same thing yourself. 

Here’s what what one of my many thousands of subscribers wrote me:


That’s what I do this for!

Jeff in front of a stock chart

(you can watch a recap of this trade right here)

Here was the reasoning for my trade in gold sent to subscribers on Monday morning:

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The miners made a significant bottom over the last 3 months.  They are just now breaking out above the recent range and closing in on the 200-day moving average.

Most trades completely gave up on gold and commodities in general over the summer. These stocks are up quite a bit already from those lows, but I still think they have room to go.

If I am wrong, I am looking at a close below $30 (which has been recent support) as a stop loss on the trade.

If things go my way, I think NUGT has range to $38, then near $42 (the 200-day moving average) as the two targets I will focus on to the upside. 

Hopefully, interest rates will continue to drop and the US Dollar will slide.  Those will both give a boost to the trade.

I also gave the exact options contract I bought with targets and exit. 

My Trade Details:

  • NUGT Dec 16 2022 $32 Call near $2.80
  • Stop: Close below $30
  • Target 1: $38
  • Target 2: $42

Can this get any easier?  Members even received an alert before I got out!

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Now, my next trade Idea is being sent out on Monday morning as usual, and I don’t want you to miss out. I’ve already got my target in the crosshairs, and I can’t wait to break it down for you.

I have made this as ridcicuosly easy as possible.

It won’t even cost you $100 and I am offering a full, 30-day money back guarantee.

What do you really have to lose here other than missing more great trade ideas?

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Jeff Bishop

One of the best traders anywhere, over the past 20 years Jeff’s made multi-millions trading stocks, ETFs, and options. He is renowned as an incredible trader with a deep insight and a sensitive pulse on the markets and the economy. Jeff Bishop is CEO and Co-Founder of RagingBull.com.

Even greater than his prowess as a trader is his skill and passion in teaching others how to trade and rake in profits while managing risk.

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