The Super Bull trading strategy is an extremely simple, high probability, rule-based trade that was designed to be traded on both the Russell 2000 (RUT) or the S & P 500 (SPX) indexes.
The trade is entered as a bullish vertical and can last up to 65 days. It has a minimum capital requirement of $1,000 with a profit target of 100% per trade and takes up to 15 minutes a day to manage.
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What makes this strategy simple is that it does not require any subjectivity, charting, or trade adjustments. You just put the trade on and take it off!
We started tracking the Super Bull trading strategy during the weekly Options Trading for Income by the Guidelines in 2019 and it had a stellar year with an astounding 367.9%* return!
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Returns of these trades: For the December 2020 expiration cycle we made a profit of $221 or 22.1%, for January 2021 a profit of $511 or 51.1%, and February 2021 a profit of $361 or 36.1%.
Returns of this trade: This Super Bull trade earned approximately 27.8% of planned capital in only 28 days!*
Returns of this trade: This Super Bull trade earned approximately 15.1% gain in 35 days through one of the fastest, largest point moves to the downside in history!*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $513 profit or about 51% of the $1,000 planned capital in just 31 days.*
Returns of this trade: This trade earned about $800 profit or about 80% of the example size 65 days.*
* The percentage returns shown above are the result of the real-time, hypothetical trades as tracked in the Options Trading for Income by the Guidelines weekly webinars or the results of backtesting. Trades are real-time simulated trades or have been backtested. Simulated trades and backtested trades are believed to be represented as accurately as possible, however, live results may have been different. This summary is shared as an example for educational purposes ONLY, it does not imply that the information stated is accurate nor that it is possible.