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TQQQ 2/2 59c position already making moves before tomorrow’s announcements

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TQQQ long term

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When I bought TQQQ at the bottom.

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Wheeling TQQQ 2 Year update. (+50% returns)

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I did aight in 2023

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Leveraged ETF’s am i just not understanding something?

r/optionsSee Post

HELP: Bull spread on TQQQ

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Turned profitable on 1y chart

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Nothing crazy but made out on $TQQQ

r/StockMarketSee Post

Sold $1,900,000 of TQQQ at open of Jan 2024

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1256 - Reporting unrealized losses for Covered Calls that remain open?

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Rate my portfolio and share yours!

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TQQQ and SPXL Any Good?

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Anyone in the know about Mission Square retirement(MSQ)?

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$1k->$1Million in a Year. Month 1, Week 1

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Why is short selling so easy this year?

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Comeback?

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If I'm bullish on the future what's the point in holding VOO? Shouldn't I just get TQQQ and hold long term?

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30 year old. What's got the greatest possible potential for returns? TQQQ?

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TQQQ + bonds? 65/35? 30 year old

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What should I understand about futures contract expiration dates when using futures for long-term leverage?

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GAINZ - $QQQ/$BABA Calls, $TQQQ, and $BABA

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Honestly, all fun and games asides.. anyone else staying calm and holding their TQQQ/QQQ Options?

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investing in QQQ vs TQQQ for the longterm

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TQQQ is more suitable for shorter term active trading as it seeks 3x the returns for QQQ.

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Best buy for super long term investing

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VOO & TQQQ for 10yr investment strategy?

r/optionsSee Post

Avoiding pin risk closing spreads

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Is There Something Wrong with Yahoo! Finance?

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YOLO into Fed Meeting

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TQQQ 10 year return is 1,822%. 10 Year NASDAQ is 258%. I though holding levered funds long term was bad????

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XXXX (4x S&P500) ETN Fee

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443% 1 month gain

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Dell Earnings YOLO

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VOO and TQQQ

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How do we feel about ETFs?

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How over past 10 yrs has TQQQ returned 20X vs QQQ of 5X ?

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Is "this time different?" Or crash after pivot?

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How does 3x ETF like SOXL and TQQQ work? What are the hidden costs behind the so-called 3x leverage?

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Calendar Spreads on TQQQ

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Leveraged ETFs like TQQQ bad holding? Why?

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Bad financial advisors

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what's the point of tlt if it's just as volatile as stocks

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Most people would be fine trading just tqqq and sqqq

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Want opinions on TQQQ

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A Real World Experiment with ChatGPT-generated portfolios – An Update

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A Real World Experiment with ChatGPT-generated portfolios – An Update

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i got BLUE BALLS because the market isn't crashing

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Questions about ETF's and Flex Options

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$EPAZ Drone Subsidiary ZenaDrone Secures Funding

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3% per month doing collars on TQQQ

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Why is TQQQ / UPRO not considered a good long term investment?

r/StockMarketSee Post

Looking for (very) high-risk, high-reward stocks.

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Anyone have fomo + panic sell symptoms?

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If the market always goes up, why not only buy TQQQ and leveraged market funds instead of SPY

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How could i be so stupid 😭

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The Reason QQQ and SPY Pumped

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TQQQ CALLS

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TQQQ CCs Strategy made 4k

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Hedge TQQQ

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Which is better for shorting the market?

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Criticize my buying puts till assignment then selling covered calls strategy?

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TQQQ 200k all-in. Hello darkness, my old friend

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Opened up a Roth IRA account.

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REgards! Below but Average joe here. This is the first time I am asking advice on what to do with my money here. My CC's just gave me loans.

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Is the 60/40 portfolio dead?

r/stocksSee Post

Can a person invest in SQQQ and TQQQ, using trailing stop losses, to come out ahead in the market?

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I’m 18 what do you guys think of this portfolio?

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should I sell TQQQ?

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Anyone here successfully "timed the market" in last 10+ years by trusting Fed? I'd appreciate thoughts of successful investors/traders

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VOOG vs VUG vs TQQQ For Long Term Growth

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Does option pricing reflect the drag and volatility leveraged ETFs?

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Question about short covering and selling puts

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Fuck inverted yield curve

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Is this a stupid strategy?

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Is this a stupid strategy?

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WE ABOUT TO DROP NOW 🌺🌶️💋

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Ameritrade is claiming I missed a $70k run up last week

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Is it possible for a broker to not be able to cover short mark?

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QQQ vs TQQQ for long term?

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Regarded TQQQ Loss

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Do I qualify to be featured in a WallStreetBets-type YouTube video? 😂😂😂

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Do I qualify to be featured in a WallStreetBets-type YouTube video? 😂😂😂

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$400k in TQQQ locked and loaded 🫡 🐂📈

r/optionsSee Post

Does using a CSP for entry into a stock really make sense?

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Are these break-even prices good enough to hold until expiration?

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TQQQ + inverse

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Roast or toast my options strategy, a collar with a leveraged twist

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Roast or toast my strategy

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Whats up withe TQQQ today

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It ain't much but it's honest work...

r/optionsSee Post

What I do seems pretty basic and simple… what should I work on or studying, to gain a better edge?

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Eli5 why buy and hold of UPRO is a bad idea

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Some good ol' ETF investing. +$400K on TQQQ

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Very long-term investing: QQQ or TQQQ

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Partially Filled lots on same order counted as different tax lots - Robinhood

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TQQQ wheeled to success! (Finally)

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My portfolio so far in yr one

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It depends on when is the rebalancing done, for SQQQ and TQQQ it is EOD Some ETF rebalance during the day... Which prevents ot from ever going to 0 But dilution on leveraged ETF is a real thing, check the chart since inception you ll see that SQQQ is pretty much worth 0 for those who bought it early And SQQQ have a higher div than TQQQ so ishares is crushing their short risk from people holding it... It s the math of compounding on a daily basis...

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In theory the only way for it to go to 0 should be if QQQ gained 33% in a single trading day, or same for TQQQ if QQQ dropped 33% in a day. But they can't because the ticker will be temporarily halted before then: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/tradingcurb.asp Not everything is protected that way; when VIX spiked for the covid crash an inverse fund got fully shut down.

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Why not puts on TQQQ since we’re sure there will be a crash might as well really go for it

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That is better for your bet, you don t have time factor or volatility... But how are leveraged etf on stocks calculated? If it s like SQQQ -TQQQ it is compounding So might be better or worse depending on if you have more green or red days...

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TQQQ is shit Check out FNGU

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1.6x leverage has been found to be optimal via backtesting. You can use TQQQ plus cash equivalent (I use SGOV) then rebalance quarterly to maintain your leverage.

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TQQQ and chill, enjoy the bukkake of big tech gains

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100% all in on QQQ? Pffft. Amateur. I'm 100% all in on TQQQ. I'll see you at the top! or the bottom... XD

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Are you motherfuckers aware that QQQ has been at all time high for awhile now, yet TQQQ has not broken its all time high from 2021?

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This is the fun way of losing your profile, I love TQQQ but right now I'd be staying away lol

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>TQQQ has volatility decay Just to help quantify the effect of "volatility decay", [here is a simulated backtest of leveraged ETFs for SPY, starting from 1885.](https://testfol.io/?d=eJy1jz9PAzEMxb8K8pzhaCWGSIgFMSFU%2FiwVqk7m4lwDblKc9Ao63XfHJQOwVF3wZMvP7%2Fc8Qs%2FpBXmBgpsMdoRcUErrsBBYAAMU3a%2BpbgdksOeNlgF0r22InrGEFMF65EwGOsxrz2kPtvkZWi%2F0rj5LQuFPdZPEHGLf7kN0B%2B1FMxnYJik%2BcUga53mEiJsD%2B3GxPJt%2F6E2IA%2BVyHYbgNJpqiuwUKKRfYOzopjLudxqUKqaE7o2k2tW%2BGj49XN1ezlWwJekolu%2BfppUBJ9hr8sn8wc%2F%2BAz87FX86%2By5FOoo9glxNX4U8sCU%3D) Technically 2x leverage beats the returns of the underlying but I would imagine that the 98%+ drawdown in the 1930s would have ended the fund.

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If this is cash savings get it into a ROTH IRA, so it is tax free when you withdraw it. Alternatively I to a 401K or SEP if self employed. Then invest in index ETF's. I really like the TQQQ personally. Feel free to spread it around. If you have it in a non taxable trading account t, you could also learn to very safely trade the TQQQ, for nearly zero risk and compound the growth on your accounts with some extremely simple strategies. It is not rocket science by any means.

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TQQQ has been my best long haul winner. It is an ETF you will need to understand how it functions to optimize your returns

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If you have some strategy and exit criteria, TQQQ can be good for medium term plays. I’ve been super bullish on the year and am holding 10% in TQQQ and another 15% in SPUU (2x SPY). I bought in January and TQQQ is up 60%. If I feel my sentiment changes or I become less certain on the market I will switch out of TQQQ and put it back into VOO or QQQ. There’s also some analysis done showing something like mild leverage (1.5x-2x) is very sustainable long term. I’m thinking of putting more into SPUU, especially if there’s some rough red days.

Super tempted to buy 200 TQQQ shares. Or $16k in QQQ calls.

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Let’s say you HAD to employ a strategy OP mentioned - ie get the same return as QQQ. Would you rather go 100% QQQ or include some TQQQ to allow yourself to diversity but also into vol decay?

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That's not how it works. TQQQ has volatility decay; without understanding that you should never trade leveraged ETFs

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I entered an exited a fat 200 share TQQQ position today. Some nice shekels. What’s tomorrow’s play?

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I used to SCOFF at those radio ads that sold you a book on how to get rich quick... That is until I discovered this one POWERFUL technique to do it. Step 1: invest every last penny you have / make into TQQQ Step 2: be rich.

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I used to SCOFF at those radio ads that sold you a book on how to get rich quick... That is until I discovered this one POWERFUL technique to do it. Step 1: invest every last penny you have / make into TQQQ Step 2: be rich.

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So why not diversify with TQQQ to lever up to the same return potential as 100% QQQ? IE you could go 33% TQQQ and then diversify with the rest…

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If you’re that sure then I’d like to introduce you to TQQQ

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TQQQ may be the way to get rich ngl

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TQQQ pumping like a memecoin

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TQQQ and chill?

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Very straightforward.  241 regular shares of QQQ.  Previously I had 5000 shares of TQQQ, about 1500 of which were bought on margin.

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Up $1600 today on my QQQ position and I want to be happy about it but all I feel is regret that I exited my absolutely leveraged to the tits TQQQ position.

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My 200 TQQQ shares are carrying my portfolio on its back

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Check TQQQ performance since inception versus QQQ. Obviously this is because we've had a huge bull run and wouldn't work in all markets, but it's a real example.

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100% TQQQ

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Backtesting to 2012, you'd have $1.2 million if you started with $1k and bought MAG 7 stocks individually with an equal weighted monthly contribution of $500 without rebalancing vs $784k investing in TQQQ with less volatility! Worst year for MAG7 is -55% vs 79%. Standard deviation is 34.9% vs 54.94%. [https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio?s=y&sl=4KkcWlfFtrLHOXwFYeaE1o](https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio?s=y&sl=4KkcWlfFtrLHOXwFYeaE1o)

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I just did a backtest of equal weighting of the MAG 7 vs TQQQ (3x leveraged QQQ) from 2012 to today. It yields close returns but with much less volatility

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I just did a backtest of equal weighting of the MAG 7 vs TQQQ (3x leveraged QQQ) from 2012 to today. It yields close returns but with much less volatility

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I just did a backtest of TQQQ versus equal weighting of the Mag 7, and it provides similar yields but with much less volatility.

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BITX. It’ll basically overtake the past 10-15 years of the growth that TQQQ had.

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I like TQQQ (I believe this is 3x of QQQ).

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just one, TQQQ

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I need to deploy $8k this week. I’m thinking TQQQ

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60/40 TQQQ/AGG isn’t much of a sound strategy in my view, but I’m glad they’ve done well. 

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This [guy](https://www.reddit.com/r/TQQQ/s/zPo0YZS5Yq) TQQQ’s very successfully.

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You need a [strategy](https://www.reddit.com/r/TQQQ/s/zPo0YZS5Yq), you can’t just buy and hold.

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This [guy](https://www.reddit.com/r/TQQQ/s/zPo0YZS5Yq) begs to differ

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First tweet in my thread here shows simulated UPRO from 1955-2019.  https://twitter.com/x/migrate?tok=7b2265223a222f484d4c5f436f6d706f756e6465722f7374617475732f31363230393032373636393732363439343732222c2274223a313731383534373934357d7c9faccbf6f6322ddb5478a3ae8527a9 Basically the same return but with huge peaks/troughs.  3x equity leverage is beyond efficient, but using along with uncorrelated assets does much better (see other tweets). UPRO likely better option than TQQQ though. 

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If QQQ goes down 10% in a day it'll go from 100 to 90 and the next day if it goes back up 11% you are back to 100. However TQQQ would have gone to 70. And the next day move of 33%, would bring it back to only 93.30. The leverage effect amplifies downward move in the underlying index. That's why leverage products are not good investments for the long term but rather used as a short term way of amplifying returns.

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Of course a leveraged ETF is going to outperform its normal counterpart during a bull run, that's the whole point. However, when a crash happens, you can potentially lose all of your money. And I mean *all*, a 99% drop is entirely possible if the market at large crashes. That's the danger of leverage. Notice that it still hasn't recovered to its all time high. If you invested in TQQQ in the 2021 peak, you'd still be in the red today. If you invested in TQQQ in the 2021 peak, you'd be up about 10% or so (not doing exact math). And that was a small crash. Something like 2008 or the dot com bubble would wipe out all of your investment. It isn't meant to be bought and held, it is for short term speculative investment. It will eventually crash down to near-zero (by design), and you don't want to be holding it when that happens.

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So many hypothetical responses. Here's my results using QLD (2xQQQ, not TQQQ), but this will give some some idea for longterm hold, if you can really hold 20+ years thick and thin. [https://www.reddit.com/r/dividends/comments/1d0judy/comment/l5yijxl/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web3x&utm\_name=web3xcss&utm\_term=1&utm\_content=share\_button](https://www.reddit.com/r/dividends/comments/1d0judy/comment/l5yijxl/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web3x&utm_name=web3xcss&utm_term=1&utm_content=share_button)

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5y on QQQ is +162.37% 5y on TQQQ is +414.78% That’s 2.55x, close enough. On a 13.20% margin loan by loose fuzzy math you’re probably getting something like 409%? And that’s if you’re baller leveraging millions.

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What don't people understand that TQQQ is not QQQ x3? If you want triple leveraged QQQ then just buy QQQ on margin. The return profile of TQQQ is significantly different from three times QQQ over the medium to long term and it is necessarily lower than three times QQQ if you do the maths.

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Not necessarily, it depends on the timeframe. TQQQ still hasnt reached all time highs again after the last crash.

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Maybe put your “play money” in TQQQ…

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While broadly speaking if QQQ is going up more than it goes down, theoretically TQQQ will too, regardless of if it’s going down triple on bad days because it goes back up triple. That being said the example you cited is a real concern but not because of the number in itself; if an ETF drops that hard, be sure that the general masses would be exiting it and pulling out their funds, and that ETF may cease operations. In such a scenario you would’ve eaten the 90+% loss without the triple leveraged means to gain it back.

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I did the math in Excel a year or two ago. This assumes daily triple movements as TQQQ does. If we were to have a 2000-like tech bubble burst, assuming Nasdaq 100 daily movements compounded, TQQQ would be down **98-99%. That is terrifying**. Would I buy after happened? Probably, if it was worth pennies, but until then, you’ve got to be ready in the event anything remotely similar to that happens and your portfolio is gone.

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> What are the disadvantages of investing in TQQQ instead of QQQ The disadvantages are higher management fees than QQQ. Higher volatility decay than QQQ borrowing costs eating into the NAV larger potential for behavioral issues from investors due to leverage > If you’re expecting QQQ to be higher in 20 years compared to right now, doesn’t it make more sense to invest in TQQQ instead? not necessarily, no. if you know what the standard deviation of QQQ will be over the next 20 years, what the returns of QQQ will be, and what the interest rates will average then you can determine if it would be a good deal or not. Those three items, along with the expense ratio of the funds determine your return on TQQQ. If any of those are particularly high during your investment period, you'll have poorer returns compared to, what you might expect given the leveraged ratio and even compared to the underlying fund. I found this link from /u/modern_football on exactly this. I would encourage you to thoroughly read pretty much all of this man's threads on the topic as they are very good. I'd also encourage you to read the prospectus of the fund too and pay particular attention to the volatility vs returns table in the prospectus. From my own personal experience running a leveraged portfolio using TMF/TQQQ/UPRO (pretty much HEFA) I would have been better off sticking with the underlying - as I've only made 14% in total since June of 2020, in large part due to TMF but I knew that was a risk. However, this means I've lost about 34%+ in total returns as a result of using this portfolio and keeping with it compared to simply buying VOO. https://www.reddit.com/r/LETFs/comments/snc5a1/on_the_relationship_between_qqq_and_tqqq_returns/

TQQQ is leveraged and considered a more exotic investment vehicle. It's not intended for long term buy and hold, though there are certainly strategies that work (I use it that way). You should do some research and come up with a strategy or mimic another strategy that you like, don't just jump in blind. TQQQ doesn't perfectly mirror QQQ on the long term, there is a higher expense ratio and most importantly it mirrors the daily movements. A big drop and TQQQ takes a lot longer to recover. Note how QQQ has blown past its ATH, but TQQQ has not.

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The only real difference is the expense ratio, and your risk tolerance... F If you can stomach the 80% drops over the course of a year then TQQQ seems to be the way to go, taking into consideration the expense ratios.

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Rob Berger on YouTube (flexible Boglehead investor, very down-to-Earth and reasonable person) did a detailed analysis on what could happen if you held TQQQ over time. Bear markets could devastate you because your losses would be leveraged 3 times. He showed backtesting examples in the video. Also, the fund resets daily. There are situations where the index would end the year with a positive return and you could still end up with a negative return in the fund (2011, for instance). It's also a pretty new fund that was created in 2010 and hasn't dealt with a lot of bear markets or crashes. The video was made in 2022, so it didn't get to cover the performance of the fund that year (2022 was a down year). The video is called "**Leveraged ETFs: TQQQ vs QQQ -- Buyer Beware**". I recommend watching it. The guy is no BS - he even analyzes a lawsuit from an investor who didn't understand why money was lost from holding TQQQ.

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That is if you bought **only** at 2001 and completely stopped... Even buying QQQ at the top you would be wiped out for 16 years. If you dollar cost average small amounts you would likely come out unbelievably ahead if you started in 2001 as you would accumulate TQQQ for pennies. Also daily rebalancing protects you on the downside somewhat as well. Unfortunately it is difficult to back test since TQQQ doesn't exist then. Maybe some of the analyzers can simulate this but if we just look at RYNVX it is a mutual fund seeking to 1.5x daily SPY with terrible expense ratio, we see you come out ahead. Starting at the peak of dot-com here are the results of $100 a month in each ($28k total): * RYNVX ---> $163,743 * SPY ---> $124,491 Modest amounts limited to a small % of your portfolio of a highly diversified but leveraged basket is really not fundamentally different than allocating a small % to very risky growth stocks. I'd be willing to wager if TQQQ existed it would utterly crush S&P if you started to invest small amounts starting at the peak of dot-com.

Over the last 14 years TQQQ has performed unbelievably well and has recovered from the crash of 2020. My question is, where would you be at if you bought in say, 2001? (It didn't exist in 2001 so my question is a hypothetical one)

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Two rolls on the roulette wheel and you have $12,250,000! But in all seriousness, I’d try to get a high paying job and work hard and save and sit the $10k in something like the S&P 500, or if you can stomach some risk, leveraged index funds might do better like TQQQ.

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OP, do not put your 10k in TQQQ

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Didn’t really make any mistakes. I’d put the$10k in TQQQ if I had it to do all over again. And all new money into SSO. Once that got to 30% or so of my retirement number I would move it to VT. 

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Good report last night, finally made up for my TQQQ loss last month.

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Thank god I put all my retirement money in TQQQ ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)

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All my options are -96% good times. Glad I’m mainly in TQQQ/SOXL that’s all solidly green

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TQQQ puts for breakfast

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My TQQQ just started going tits up

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Yeah that’s what I was thinking, like I have a 85% in TQQQ and 76% in NVDL so I’m going to swap out of those since the market seems elated and NVDIA like it prints but also is it better than Microsoft you know

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ok i’ll buy TQQQ leap puts, i’m thinking october expiry is good enough

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ATM puts TQQQ

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it's a safe basket what do you expect..try TQQQ

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Haven’t bought options in months, dare I dip my toe back in and buy TQQQ calls ![img](emote|t5_2th52|12787)

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In some cases, it's more. This was observed with funds like UPRO and TQQQ, they delivered significantly greater returns an 3X during bull runs because the green days compound. Let's say there's a beautiful paradise week where the S&P goes up 1% per day for five days. 1.01^5 is equal to a 5.1% return for spy over the whole week. For the 3x LETF, the return is 15.9%. That's more than just taking 5.1 × 3, which would be 15.3. More extreme examples demonstrate this slippage more clearly, like periods where 3x UPRO returned 5x just because of a ton of green days.

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I’ve been holding TQQQ since early 2023. As interest rates come down, the growth stocks will boom. Hop on now. I’m already up 233%

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Why, I should hope it’s time to load up muh $TQQQ. Not going to short or buy puts though. That’s too highly regarded.

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I've held onto TQQQ for 3 years now, no regrets

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Yes, I've done this mostly in tech. QQQ, TQQQ, SOXL, Google. Obviously tech has been on an incredible run since October. I was also on the wrong end of this in early 2022 when tech slid for about 6 months. So, my approach is to use LEAPs for a long term view but to take profits consistently. I've found that at 4-6 months there are profits to be made. I just rebalanced my portfolio yesterday and I'm almost all cash. I'm researching other opportunities. Still bullish on tech, but still more bullish on protecting my profits.

TQQQ ATH imminent

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I invested in TQQQ in 2011 and it was one of the best call I made. I suffered through 2022, but just left it untouched and while tech is going strong TQQQ will stay up and keep going up.

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I am in same camp as you are. Everywhere i keep reading that TQQQ is not meant for long-term. I bought them in 2011 and through various splits and stuff my cost basis is $0.89. My commutative growth has been 8000%+. Today it closed at $71.96. Sure it lost some serious value in 2022, but then the whole market was down. Since then it has recovered and keeps going up. And it is a good % of my portfolio. Yes, I will have to move it somewhere if NASDAQ does do in real bear market.

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Correct me if i'm wrong but If the market dumps like it did in 2022 it could takes many years for your TQQQ to "break even"

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The problem is in a real big crash TQQQ wouldn't recover. Even if *you* got balls of steel *most people don't, they'll sell. And the fund is forced to liquidate at a massive loss*. That is what happened to *every leveraged ETF over time*. They all quit or get liquidated when bad times hit and investors leave...

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AVGO up over 12% 🎉🎉🎉. NVDA up over 4%. Semiconductors & TQQQ going to have significant lift tomorrow 🔥🔥🔥

!banbet TQQQ 69.0 2d

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Banbet! TQQQ 69.0 2d

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