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bull/bear leveraged ETFs

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14/04/2021 - 05:16

if these kind of ETFs are designed to be held only for the day, who will buy your shares when you want to sell them at the end of the day? I know some people hold these for longer but it seems odd they will be buying at 15:55pm after all day going up and with the ETF rebalancing the following morning. what are the chances you get stuck with your shares because there are no buyers?   submitted by   /u/Ok-Development-2052 [link]   [comments]


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  38. Most people are better off with ETFs, but individual stocks and higher risk plays can be a solid investment strategy too (19/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It’s hard to argue with the logic that ETFs / low cost funds are probably the best bet for most investors, if not all. But the key point is here - over the long term. While they should absolutely form the backbone of a long term investing portfolio, and it’s important to recognise we’re in a raging bull market, I think it’s also important to acknowledge that this strategy is primarily about the gradual accumulation of wealth. It can be used in conjunction with a strategy that embraces higher risk for higher reward. To make that wealth. It doesn’t mean that ETFs shouldn’t be at the core of a portfolio, it just means it’s also okay to get involved in more speculative plays, try to swing trade sentiment etc. They key factors to consider are: don’t go all in on risky trades do DD. Consider the bear case for every bull case make a thesis on the direction of a stock. Consider throughout the “why?”, and be clear on your goals set clear price points for taking profits, and for getting into a stock. Don’t buy in at all-time highs unless it supports your thesis for future growth. Don’t “diamond hands” a volatile stock into being worth nothing being right too early is the same as being wrong. You face opportunity cost with your money tied up, and you could see a stock bleed further. averaging down is a sensible strategy for good stocks, not a way to try and dilute the loss from FOMOing into a speculative stock during an all-time high. The focus should still be on adding money into ETFs / funds, rather than trying to play the lottery with all of the savings account / pay cheque, but it can absolutely be a solid play to pick individual stocks for the higher risk / higher reward potential. Diversification is also a good way to lessen this risk, together with steering clear of penny stocks.   submitted by   /u/BuffettsBrokeBro [link]   [comments]
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  39. Mesa Air rallies after Bank of America flips from bear to bull (17/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  40. XPeng rallies after Daiwa flips to bull form bear (09/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  41. BULL or Bear on $SPCE (11/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  42. Why wouldn't it be better to invest in a leveraged index rather than an index? (15/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I don't know if leveraged indexes exist, but wouldn't you be much better off investing in a leveraged index rather than a normal index? Ya, the changes in price will be much bigger, but in the long term, isn't it going to be 3x,4x, etc more profitable to invest in one of these?   submitted by   /u/RowanHarley [link]   [comments]
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  43. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala birthday: From Rs 5,000 investment to now Rs 34,000 cr; journey from ‘bear’ to ‘big bull’ (03/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    Big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala celebrates his 61st birthday on July 5, 2021. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, referred to as India’s own Warren Buffet, was born to an Indian Tax officer in a middle class family.
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  44. The bull & bear case for Nintendo (08/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  45. Bull and Bear market stock (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  46. Green energy: correction or bear market? (03/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Since mid-February, most green energy stocks are down, including the following ETFs: TAN: -21% ICLN: -22% PBW: -23% QCLN: -20% The drop appears to be across the whole sector. Has green energy moved from a correction to a bear market? And if so, why?   submitted by   /u/Thalesian [link]   [comments]
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  47. I built a Reddit-powered “Bloomberg terminal” to track ticker trends and identify bull/bear cases (29/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey everyone! I built a site that tracks all types of trends across reddit (mentions, comment volume, bullish sentiment, etc.). I know there’s a couple other sites out there with similar functionalities so I won’t go into this aspect too much (list of features at bottom). Another big inconvenience I wanted to address was finding good bull/bear cases. A lot of subreddits and posts end up being echo chambers where only one viewpoint bubbles to the top so it’s hard to get unbiased opinions. Also, some of the best DD can be found nested in the comments, and those can be hard to weed out. That’s why I added the ability to filter for analysis (in posts and comments) by financial sentiment (bull/bear) to help you find opinions from both sides of the spectrum. The term “analysis” encompasses things like DD, company/fundamental analysis, news, etc. This tool can be found on the “Ticker View” Page under the “Analysis Screener” tab. No ads, donations, sign-ups, etc. TLDR - Made a site that tracks ticker trends/sentiment throughout reddit and helps you filter bullish/bearish analysis for unbiased viewpoints. Link to site - https://stockular.app/   submitted by   /u/likevinli [link]   [comments]
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  48. Investing long-term in TQQQ (18/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Just curious, has anyone been investing long-term into TQQQ, whether with regular contributions (I.e.: $X every month / quarter), or without additional contributions (I.e.: just a lump sump)? If so, what's been your observations/returns, and over what period? Most triple leveraged ETF to me seem to end up in a shit show at some point in time, but for some reason TQQQ seem to replicate fairly consistently the movement of QQQ. I've toyed so many times with the idea of throwing $300-$500 into it every month, but every time get spooked out because I know all the inherent risks of tripled leveraged ETFs... But then also always kick myself for not doing it years ago, looking at the kind of returns it's had over the last 3 years / 5 years   submitted by   /u/MrMooMoo- [link]   [comments]
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  49. TQQQ this week (25/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I’ve never used leveraged ETFs before, but with all the Big Tech earnings this week I’m think of buying some TQQQ and holding just for the week. Any advice would be appreciated!   submitted by   /u/FrankWhiteman [link]   [comments]
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