Rates are on watch ahead of the Federal Reserve announcement on monetary policy Wednesday afternoon.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note ticked higher Wednesday morning after hitting a 20-month low a day earlier.
"We're looking at Home Depot here," Gordon said on CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday. "We're trying to break out of about a $210 resistance level that's been in place since early 2018. We're trying four times here and it looks like with this particular market … we might finally be able to get this breakout."
Home Depot touched $210 before falling back to below $208. It briefly traded above that level in September.
The rally in bond prices, which move inversely to yields, should provide a tailwind to the stock, adds Gordon.
"The TLT U.S. Treasury bonds [ETF], this is the 20+ U.S. Treasury, so this is basically the 20+-year maturity bonds. Obviously bonds moving up, you'll remember interest rates moving down is helping the housing sector and obviously Home Depot would be a beneficiary of that," Gordon said.
However, Home Depot has yet to catch up to the surge in the price of long-term bonds.
"There's actually a little bit of intermarket divergence here. So TLT has broken … those 2018 highs which clearly you can see Home Depot has not yet, so perhaps bonds are acting as a leading indicator here," said Gordon.
To take advantage of an expected move higher, Gordon is buying the 210 call and selling the 230 call. This bullish options bet projects a move as high as $230 before Sept. 19 expiration. A move to $230 implies 11% upside and would mark a record high.