If you missed last night’s presentation — it was pretty epic, if I do say so myself!

I just did something RagingBull has NEVER done before — something I believe will UPEND the industry and alleviate any concerns about trading in rocky markets…

Because I’m so confident in my trading right now, I offered a 30-day money-back guarantee on my revamped, unchained Jason Bond Picks service.

The package also comes with five key things — including something my subscribers have been going nuts over…

Advance Notice on all my trades! You see what I’m watching BEFORE I buy.


I’ve received dozens — maybe even hundreds — of testimonials like this in just the past week.
Give it a try — you no longer have anything to lose!

In fact, one of the things I discussed last night was my MONSTER TRADING WEEK.

Ever since I got refocused, I’ve been seeing the ball better than ever, and I’ve made about $75,000 in the past week alone!

And one-third of that was just YESTERDAY.

A healthy chunk of those trading profits were due to a couple of monster Weekly Windfalls trades… including a $7,000 win on the stock I think could lead the broad-market rebound when it happens.

Today I want to break down that trade for you, and show you how to profit off this pattern in the future. 


I’m Not Saying the Market is Near a Bottom, But When It IS… 

Guys and gals — if I’ve learned anything over the past several months, it’s that trying to call a top or a bottom to this market may be above my pay grade.

BUT, I will say that I am VERY encouraged by yesterday’s rally!

I mean, not two sessions after wrapping up its worst week since the 2008 financial crisis, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) on Tuesday saw its BIGGEST ONE-DAY GAIN SINCE 1933!

To put it in perspective: most of us have never in our lifetime seen the Dow rally more than 2,000 in a day.

So, on one hand, I’m not trying to “catch a falling knife,” which is an old stock market term that means you’ll get shredded if you try to jump in on a nosediving stock before it hits a bottom.

(It’s kind of like that Oregon Trail game you might’ve played on those big ol’ Apple computers… you know you gotta cross that river, but you have to time it right or your oxen will drown.)


But on the other hand, once the stock market
does establish a bottom, I wouldn’t be surprised to see one stock lead the pack higher… And your hint is in the image above.

That’s right — FAANG giant Apple (AAPL).

To start, back in 2009, when the market bottomed after the last major crash, TECHNOLOGY stocks paced the rebound in a big way.

Among the 10 major S&P 500 Index (SPX) sectors, tech led the pack and rallied 61% that year, per CNBC. For comparison, the next-best sector was materials, with a 47% gain in 2009.

Among the top three SPX stocks was Apple supplier Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), which skyrocketed over 360%.

I would also look to AAPL to lead any kind of bounce because the stock was killing it before the crash… So once things finally normalize, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the blue chip a leader again.


Breaking Down My $7K Win on AAPL

Continuing our Apple theme, the stock appeared on my radar on Monday morning, to which I alerted
Weekly Windfalls members.

I thought AAPL could come off chart support at $220, so I opened a bull put spread.

Specifically, I:

  • Sold 225-strike put options
  • And simultaneously bought 220-strike put options, to act as “options insurance” in the event AAPL fell below $220 in the options’ lifetime

And the options’ lifetime was short — and risky, which I took into account — as I used options contracts expiring at Friday’s close.

The spread was opened for a net credit of $2.20, or since I opened 50 spreads, and since each option controls 100 AAPL shares, the credit was $11,000 ($2.20 x 100 shares per option x 50 spreads).


That’s the absolute
most I could’ve made on the trade, had I held through expiration and AAPL stayed above my $225 strike.

Here’s what I told subscribers:


And guess what?

The overall market DID bounce! And so did AAPL shares.


I couldn’t have been MORE excited yesterday to tell subscribers of
Weekly Windfalls that after a really difficult couple of months, I slowed down, waited, and took shots only when the odds were in my favor, and it PAID OFF.

I closed my AAPL spread for a cool $7,000 — slightly more than the 50% I hoped to get — and all within a couple of days.

Final Thoughts

In closing, guys and gals, it’s too early to say if the recent sell-off is over… But when the bleeding finally stops, more Apple leadership is what I’d expect.

That AAPL trade, along with another $8,000 win on Shopify (SHOP) spreads in Weekly Windfalls, along with a STREAK of red-hot winners in Jason Bond Picks last week, has put me up $75,000 in just the PAST WEEK.

That’s because I am REFOCUSED and razor-sharp right now, with my only goal is to keep knocking momentum trades out of the park and selling premium.

And this goes to show that NO MATTER THE MARKET CONDITIONS, there is MONEY TO BE MADE if you know what you’re doing!

As a former teacher with a Master’s degree, and as someone who has successfully made millions of dollars trading stocks and options — so much so that I’ve already committed ALL of my 2020 trading profits to charity — I feel I am MORE than qualified to guide you through the current stock market madness.

I’ve been winning big lately, and I don’t plan to stop anytime soon.

Stay safe out there.

Author: Jason Bond

Jason taught himself to trade while working as a full-time gym teacher; his trading profits grew eventually allowed him to free himself of over $250,000 in student loans!

Now a multimillionaire and a highly skilled trader and trading coach, Over 30,000 people credit Jason with teaching them how to trade and find profitable trades. Jason specializes in both swing trades and in selling options using spread trades, which balance the risk of selling options. Jason is Co-Founder of RagingBull.com and the RagingBull.com Foundation which donates trading profits to charity. So far the foundation donated over $600,000 to charity.

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