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$78.715

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$36.405

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$61.79

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$55.74

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$57.97

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Reddit Posts

r/optionsSee Post

UPRO:TMF covered call split

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Absolutely retarded apebrained 2x leveraged 60/40 S&P 500 / long term treasury portfolio - looking for feedback

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

A bad split. TQQQ

r/investingSee Post

Thoughts on Asset Allocation

r/investingSee Post

Thoughts on portfolio allocation

r/optionsSee Post

Leveraged ETF UPRO + put ladder hedge == call option

r/optionsSee Post

Hedging TQQQ/UPRO with QQQ/SPY options

r/StockMarketSee Post

Here are the pros and cons of the healthcare sector [DD]

r/stocksSee Post

Here are the pros and cons of the healthcare sector [DD]

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Healthcare sector go brrrr 🚀🚀🚀

r/investingSee Post

Different take on Ray Dalio AWP and Bogleheads 3 Fund Portfolio

r/StockMarketSee Post

Innovator Accelerated ETFs™ Listings in January a decent replacement to hold for UPRO/TQQQ?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Accelerated ETFs™ in January- worth it? Replacement for UPRO/TQQQ for holding long?

r/stocksSee Post

I have sold all my TECL, SOXL, TQQQ, UPRO with very good profit. Should I reinvest now or wait? If reinvest, on what? What is cheap now?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Leveraged etfs?

r/stocksSee Post

Dip Buying BackTesting - SPY & QQQ with Leveraged Accounts

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Is anyone else's portfolio in the green besides me this week? Leveraged tangent portfolio at a quasi-risk parity allocation worked great. Rebalancing 10% out of TMF shortly to buy more TQQQ/UPRO at discount prices. Inb4 the usual "hurr durr volatility drag/beta slippage" anti leveraged etf crowd

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Is anyone else's portfolio in the green besides me this week? Leveraged tangent portfolio at a quasi-risk parity allocation worked well. Rebalancing 10% out of TMF shortly to buy more TQQQ/UPRO at discount prices. Inb4 the usual "hurr durr volatility drag/beta slippage" anti leveraged etf crowd

r/StockMarketSee Post

Is anyone else's portfolio in the green besides me this week? Leveraged tangent portfolio at a quasi-risk parity allocation worked well. Rebalancing 10% out of TMF shortly to buy more TQQQ/UPRO at discount prices. Inb4 the usual "hurr durr volatility drag/beta slippage" anti leveraged etf crowd

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Recreating hedgefundie's portfolio for cheaper

r/investingSee Post

Anyone just trying to match SPY with minimum drawdowns?

r/optionsSee Post

-1x 140p UPRO +1x 140c UPRO

r/investingSee Post

How to 3x the S&P CAGR with less risk | Leverage for the Long Run

r/wallstreetbetsOGsSee Post

HedgeFundie’s Excellent Adventure: Historical Distribution of Rolling Returns. 3X leverage ETF Portfolio

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Losing Money like a Champ

r/investingSee Post

Is there any reason not to use leverage/LEAPS for long term investing?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Theta gang selling puts (TQQQ UPRO)

r/investingSee Post

Buying and holding UPRO for a highly aggressive portfolio, thoughts?

r/stocksSee Post

Into the end of 2nd year of my investing career, I seek more guidance/advice from you.

r/optionsSee Post

Do you expect the market to hit an ATH between now and February?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

(Update) Palantir Technologies (PLTR) Price Action 10 Oct 21 🚀 🚀

r/optionsSee Post

Data issue with OptionMetrics?

r/investingSee Post

Leveraging into an S&P index

r/stocksSee Post

TQQQ, UPRO and SPXL vs things like SPY and VTG

r/optionsSee Post

Need Help Hashing Out a Leveraged SPY Put

r/investingSee Post

What’s wrong with leveraged funds?

r/stocksSee Post

What’s wrong with leveraged funds?

r/optionsSee Post

Do leaps compound?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

LEVERAGE ON LEVERAGE. DID I STRUCK GOLD OR AM I DUMB!!

r/stocksSee Post

Investing 10K in 10 ETF

r/optionsSee Post

Buying bullish and bearish options at the same time

r/optionsSee Post

Today’s Options

r/stocksSee Post

How to Add Leverage in Portfolio Visualizer

r/optionsSee Post

Which is more effective: ETF + leap PUT or leap call?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Calculating Option Leverage (🚀): How to make sure you don't buy something too safe

r/stocksSee Post

Leveraged ETF’s on SPY

r/stocksSee Post

The Coming Crisis.

r/optionsSee Post

Using delta to calculate an option's leverage | tutorial + example

r/stocksSee Post

Do you need to invest in bonds or just one etf?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Gain porn. It’s nice to finally win one. UPRO calls y picked up yesterday morning 🦧🚀

r/stocksSee Post

Hypothetical: Delta Crash - Real Crash

r/investingSee Post

How sound is investing in a bogles-style portfolio, but with 3x leverage?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Debunking the "Leveraged ETFs Are Not a Long-Term hold" myth. Big backtest

r/optionsSee Post

Options Collars on 3x Leveraged Funds

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

The Case for Leveraged ETFs: A Simulation-based Analysis

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

The Case for leveraged ETFs: A simulation-based analysis

r/investingSee Post

Robustness of treasuries as hedges on a PSLDX/Hedgefundie style investment

r/stocksSee Post

Risks With Leveraged Funds?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

To the moon rapidly with leveraged funds.

r/investingSee Post

I’m 17 and soon will open a roth ira account when I turn 18. I have found that leveraged ETF’s have been producing greater returns despite the dent taken during March 2020. Why is it bad to invest in Leveraged ETF’s when the upside outweighs the downsides?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

No, 100% TQQQ is probably not a great idea. Here's why.

r/StockMarketSee Post

56% annual return since Jan 2008 (27% since 1928) -- Automated Leveraged Strategy

r/investingSee Post

Buying and holding leveraged ETFs

r/investingSee Post

Can someone explain: Interest rates & Swaps

r/stocksSee Post

56% annual return since Jan 2008 (27% since 1928) -- Automated Quant Strategy

r/WallstreetbetsnewSee Post

56% annual return since Jan 2008 - Automated Quant Strategy (source code included)

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Documentation of SPX TA to all the gay bears

r/stocksSee Post

My take on the SPX

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

I know you all think TA is bullshit, but hear me out

r/stocksSee Post

Leveraged ETFs: what am I missing?

r/investingSee Post

Hedging the Hedgefundie (UPRO & TMF)

r/stocksSee Post

YOLOing on index funds as a young investor with disposable income.

r/optionsSee Post

What's the risk I'm missing with selling short dated (<= 30 days) OTM covered calls?

r/StockMarketSee Post

Weekly Trading Strategy Spotlight (02/17/2021 ) - wallstreetbets sentiment analysis

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Daytrading SPY/UPRO call options?

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I’ve done fairly well so far with the initial drops into correction territory with QQQ, IWM, UPRO put contracts. ITM strikes, expiry 2-3 months out. Gone after high flying targets also ie; money losing, zero revenue companies. More risk there, but has been rewarding. TQQQ and mega caps will probably be my go to when things start to recover…

Don't worry, its only half my portfolio, with UPRO being around another 1/4.

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Buy 1000 shares of UPRO and retire

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Don’t buy leaps because you don’t know where the bottom is and you don’t know for how long. But if you still want risk, TQQQ and UPRO is your best bet

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Yep, I went full temporary bear. IWM,QQQ,UPRO….RIVN is screwed no matter what

I keep seeing warnings about this but don’t fully understand it. Percentage wise it seems something like UPRO is outperforming SPY by quite a bit even with the slippage?

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>By the way, would you venture out on something like your experiment with UPRO/TMF? Not sure what you're asking.

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By the way, would you venture out on something like your experiment with UPRO/TMF? I am curious - they seem not for the feint of heart but the backtest you did looked pretty good. But, if they were so good, wouldn't lots of brokers be doing it with their own personal money and are they?

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I was actually thinking about this. For example, SPY is my core position, and I could trade SSO/UPRO when the opportunity presents itself.

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Well, today I started my slow, scared descent into the non-spac/despac world by buying 9 total shares between Spy, QQQ, UPRO, and TQQQ. 😆 I also bought 1,000 more shares of PNTM @ 9.72. It can go to 10 any day now. 🙂

For your 15%, I wanted to suggest using UPRO instead of TQQQ. TQQQ is tilted towards growth, which has outperformed for the last decade, but value has outperformed more often historically. And the valuation gap between growth and value is higher than normal, so there's reason to think value will start outperforming again at some point. (I mean, it has over the last month, but I'm talking more long term.) UPRO is a mix of growth and value. Also, I'd recommend reading [this](https://www.optimizedportfolio.com/hedgefundie-adventure/), especially the section on "Why Not 100% UPRO?" We typically think of bonds as a way to reduce both volatility and growth, but mixing in TMF with UPRO actually increases growth (if your backtest goes back far enough to include market crashes) while reducing volatility, due to the way decreasing the volatility reduces losses to volatility decay. So you could put your 15% "high risk portfolio" in a mix of UPRO and TMF.

UPRO 3x leveraged S&P

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I make around $130k a year. im thinking of minimizing my living expenses to literally $15k anually. living in trailer and like only rice and beans for a year or two. if i invest the other $115k into UPRO at the bottom of this crash, i could probably retire in a few years, right?

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I do this with UPRO you do need a tough mindset.

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UPRO

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UPRO was down almost 6% when I bought, it ended up 1.24%. For once maybe I timed things well haha.

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At least trade UPRO or something sexier

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I almost did, but I only closed my short puts at the LOW and opened UPRO 3x bull Etf and it paid out…

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For me, even only -2% would have been bullish for me. For once I bought the dip with the last margin I could free up and went all in UPRO. Up 10%, finally a green position again

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I'm gonna buy $UPRO calls when the next margin call triggers.

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how do you "move" funds? sell other investments, wait a few days for it to settle, then buy UPRO? or is there an instant way?

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Buying UPRO myself. TQQQ is a bit too much concentration for me.

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I just bought UPRO

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You should expect a 10-ish % correction about once a year. We're being smart and getting the correction for 2022 out of the way early. Clear sailing from here on out. I moved like an extra 15% of my portfolio into UPRO (3X S and P) this morning and now have almost 50% of my money in 3X ETFs. I might be an idiot but I'm gonna shoot for the moon and all that.

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Sure, can't go wrong with TQQQ/UPRO

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55% UPRO 45% TMF seems the way to go

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Except over the long term (30 years) the CAGR of simulated backtest has been higher for DCA compared to VOO as shown by the chart if you can understand them. Wealth managers seek to mitigate drawdowns and risks as much as possible not maximise returns. Please show your data on how over the long term DCA into UPRO is getting the same returns as the underlying.

A few points: First, No one should be 100% 3x. If you are messing with those then you should have a hedge (cash or preferably bonds). The most popular strategy is HFEA (Hedgefundie's excellent adventure). Volatility drag is less of a concern with 2x funds (ex SSO, QLD). Probably don't need a hedge for the 2x Funds as long as you can stomach potentially steep drops. Also, you can further minimize fees with (50% UPRO and 50% SPY) Second, DCA and quarterly rebalancing with the hedge helps mitigate volatility drag. Thirdly, this should be done in a tax advantaged account (ex Roth Ira) to minimize taxable events when rebalancing. Last, leveraged funds do pay dividends.

Think he said around 2 this month and rising to 2.5? Opened a bunch of positions on late Friday afternoon. Bunch of TNA and UPRO, didn't have the cajones to get March/April calls yet.

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First things first, if anybody on this sub gave good advice because of knowing, they wouldn’t be on this sub. That being said, the only major difference is your talking about a staple fidelity investment product vs a Vanguard Product. Your etf tracks the sp500. Would be the same as vanguards VOO. VTI tracks the entire US market I believe. So VOO is slightly less diversified. Although, let’s be real, if the fund you currently own is plummeting, VTI, VTSAX, VT, VOO, etc, will be close behind. Long story short, you’re doing the right thing. You are just on the fidelity game rather than Vanguard. Two questions to ask yourself if you’re actually looking to make a decision for going forward: • Does it concern you to be exposed to just SP500, or do you want full market exposure? (Volatility down, but returns down too potentially) • after that, what expense ratio does each find have? These will be very close, and, in my opinion, will not be noticeable until you’re at 7 figures+ Hope that helps. Although I stand by what I said in the first statement, so it probably won’t. Disclosure: I invest in VOO and UPRO.

You have two options: 1) You take margin leverage and buy VOO, this results margin call when VOO crashes. 2) You buy 3x leveraged fund like UPRO without margin money, you can hold years long, still get benefitted. Only issue UPRO should not close the fund when S&P drops 30% from peak ! I buy TQQQ, SOXL both are leveraged (yeah...exactly yesterday got in).

UPRO, SQQQ, FNGD, FAZ. Pick your poison.

Ill keep loading up on TQQQ and UPRO. Have a good day.

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I watch the spy and do weekly UPRO calls/puts

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Naw fam, just buy leap call options in UPRO and UDOW and hope those junkies managing these leverage ETFs don’t make a mistake LOL

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I moved my whole Roth IRA into TQQQ at $67.70. Should have DCA’d into UPRO instead but it’s all good.

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Yes but HFEA is specifically UPRO and TMF, and I think typically people trade more options on the underlying assets.

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Why not UPRO? 2x vs 3x

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All the advise are great hypotheticals: • If you’d till think they’re good, hold on to them! What if you $350k becomes $100k? • sell out options, maybe make back some of your money… Here’s what you know. You have $350k and what looks like zero DD. You’re “surprised” of your losses. Your portfolio on speaks for itself. I’m not dogging you at all. You were at $1.2M for goodness sake. That’s incredible. But you flew too close to the sun and didn’t realize your didn’t know what you didn’t know. I would give you the following directives: • Sell everything. Your $350k is yours. It’s real, and nobody knows what the fuck is going to happen. But you know you have $350k which is a substantial amount of money (as much as some people’s retirement, sadly). It’s a great “restart” with which you can do some real research. Maybe go 50/50 stock index (VOO, UPRO if you’re you and feeling like you want a little volatility), And bond indexes. I openly say this because my bias is we will see some red in the near future. Bonds are good for that. But if you’re young, I’d switch right back to 90/10 stocks/bonds what you think we hit bottom. •Do REAL DD and learn wtf you’re doing. Reddit is DD. Regardless of how “good” a DD post is. DD is understanding rates, their effect on the sectors you’re interested. DD is recognizing a unique stretch of years in which all of humanity (hyperbole) has decided to live in its homes for 2 straight years and understanding the temporary effect that will have on a market. I’m not as good as you. I’m no where near $1.2m. You did it once, and you can get there again. But the ride down is almost always faster than the ride up. So if you ever get up there again, and you do so quickly, let that be a lesson of how sustainable your portfolio is. Finally, alternative option, put everything in PTON. Prices have never been lower lol

I made a few bucks trading UVXY this week. I bought dip on some of my favorite stocks and kept a little to play with. Looking at playing with UPRO Monday into Tuesday, but undecided. Def not doing anything after Tuesday

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Long UPRO. Pure plain and simple.

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\+35% on my UVXY Mar18'22 30.0 Call :) \-15% on UPRO :(

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You wanna try UPRO/SPXL instead?

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My portfolio is 100% UPRO 🙂 this is gonna be fun! 🍿

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TQQQ and UPRO, DCAing in slowly.

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Like $UPRO

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I remember reading a post here today with someone who put their last hundreds into UPRO calls. unless magic happens tomorrow, looks like it's gg for you

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I'm in UPRO. I keep buying and rebalancing quarterly with TMF.

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Open up a margin account and put it all in UPRO, Margin and all.

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33.3% VTI 33.3% UPRO (3x SPY) 16.77% CURE (3x healthcare) 10% TQQQ 10% water etfs. 60% of my portfolio is leveraged because I’m 18 and only investing 1500 so might as well be aggressive with it.

Glad I got a UPRO call today. Too bad I didn’t get more.

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Drawdowns can be pretty violent. Mar/20 the index fell like 30% total? UPRO went down 75%... sure we had a good run since, but next time things can be different, and you may have to sit on your bags for a decade to recover (most likely, you'll panic sell and never recover).

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Can I get a printout of UPRO smiling

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Jokes on them, ive been waiting for a chance to dump my IRA into UPRO

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Can’t go wrong with TQQQ/UPRO.

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Can you explain the average down to zero? UPRO started at pennies and now at 78 dollars.

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Yes you have to be able to handle the volatility or else the whole plan doesn't work. Hold through the bad times like a good long term investor normally does and I would think it'll pay off in the long run. UPRO is the ETF i have....many others out there.

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Not sure if this is the info you want, but it's what I personally do. I use 70% of my portfolio and buy deep itm leaps on QQQ/SPY as far out as possible and a small percent to leverage ETF like TQQQ/UPRO. The remainder of my portfolio is in cash and not using margin. This strategy give you much more leverage in the market and the gain can be insane and also give you cash and margin to DCA much more than most when/if the market crash. Though I don't recommend you do this as most people cant stomach being down so much if the market take a turn.

It’s convinced me not to move from TQQQ into all UPRO.

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I’m not a Financial advisor, but if I wanted to sell calls on LETFs I would run HFEA 55/45 and sell calls on the UPRO side, then hold half the premium in cash and use the other half to put into TMF to bring me back closer to 55/45, with quarterly rebalancing

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So would this be a good strategy if i only did it on the UPRO part or would another triple leveraged strategy with same risk/reward be worth it more?

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So this is similar to HFEA, you can learn more at r/LETFs, the issue with this is that in a significant crash the share price can get down to a few cents, which 10,000% gains on 10cents is 10$ which means if you’re buying the shares for $70 a share you’re still pretty much screwed so, you need to be able to buy the dip and significantly average down, which is why typically you have TMF to rebalance from, but if it’s tied down by a covered call… this is why if people choose to do options on a leveraged portfolio like this they only do it on the UPRO half, otherwise you could keep the premium as cash and hold it aside to buy the dip but if a crash happens near when you start it won’t be enough

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Maybe just get UPRO?

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The solution would be LEAPS or leveraged ETFs like UPRO to get that extra return out of a high single digit S&P return.

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UPRO, VTI, VOO, O are some if my “major” holdings. Turn on DRIP and let that interest compound. Note there is a difference between the Apes/Retards and autists here. Think NASA plotting the entire universe In CAD Autist. Probably definitely don’t take advice from anyone here if you plan on saving or making money as well. Blue Chips are safe and some pay monthly Divs. Good Luck

Stocks? AMD and NVDA ETF? TQQQ and UPRO

Shortened post for you: Summarized: Asset allocation is UPRO/SPY/TMF/TLT 30/30/20/20. This produces 2x leverage on a traditional 60/40 portfolio with a final stock/bond allocation of 120/80. Should he YOLO into GME or TSLA FDs instead? 🤣

If you're young absolutely make some bets on UPRO.

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all-in UPRO if you’re young enough to utilize the risk

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Repent and buy UPRO or TQQQ while they’re down

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I was told that TMF was a hedge against UPRO and TQQQ so I opened a few small positions to investigate and that does not appear to be the case

I've been DCA TQQQ since 2016. I've been doing really well! Check out /r/LETF there's a lot of information on this topic. I've rebalanced this year doing a different strategy where I am going 60% UPRO and 40% TMF. UPRO is 3x SPY and TMF is 3x 20 year Treasury. I rebalance quarterly. TMF acts as a crash insurance.

IMO this is an argument for holding VTI or SPY long. Money just moving from sector to sector, but not going into bonds. And likely won't be without some major risk-off event If you're feeling lucky, try the UPRO/TMF thing

r/stocksSee Comment

You’re better off with UPRO right now

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The "good short term return" is the difficult part, since we're in a bit of a market slump that may be quite prolonged, and we're also experiencing a rotation from tech into value and possibly into emerging markets with a weakening dollar, but nothing is certain. You also should define "good" as you engage in your planning. In general, you might want to look mostly at ETFs to avoid making missteps with individual stock picks, because your strategy of relying on Redditors to pick stocks for you is the essence of uninformed investing (absolutely no offense meant, just trying to protect you). Do you know about portfolio backtesting? Tools like the one below can help you see how a portfolio you're considering would have performed in the past, through market corrections, etc. Even this does not make you perfectly safe, of course, because today's market is unique in history, plus in general past results don't guarantee future ones, ever. Here's a sample portfolio: https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio?s=y&timePeriod=2&startYear=1985&firstMonth=1&endYear=2022&lastMonth=12&calendarAligned=true&includeYTD=false&initialAmount=100000&annualOperation=0&annualAdjustment=0&inflationAdjusted=true&annualPercentage=0.0&frequency=4&rebalanceType=3&absoluteDeviation=5.0&relativeDeviation=25.0&leverageType=1&leverageRatio=15.0&debtAmount=0&debtInterest=1.0&maintenanceMargin=25.0&leveragedBenchmark=true&reinvestDividends=true&showYield=true&showFactors=false&factorModel=3&portfolioNames=false&portfolioName1=Portfolio+1&portfolioName2=Portfolio+2&portfolioName3=Portfolio+3&symbol1=TQQQ&allocation1_1=15&symbol2=UPRO&allocation2_1=15&symbol3=PSLDX&allocation3_1=30&symbol4=PRU&allocation4_1=10&symbol5=STWD&allocation5_1=10&symbol6=IBM&allocation6_1=10&symbol7=MPW&allocation7_1=10&symbol8=QQQ&allocation8_2=100&symbol9=SPY&allocation9_3=100

I am gonna get downvoted probably but I'd try HEFA (55/45 UPRO/TMF) and hope 70s never come back

Unlikely to happen since I invest primarily with broad market ETFs. And if a crash did happen, its not instantaneous and I would be contributing as much cash to the account from paychecks etc to maintain equity as I could. Additionally, the biggest advantage is the cushion you've built up by being leveraged during the market bull run, and the crash would have to be quite significant to burn through that advantage. It's similar to a leveraged ETF like TQQQ or UPRO, except with considerably less leverage and no daily rebalancing (which is advantage in downturns)

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r/stocksSee Comment

I’ll invest in leveraged funds like UPRO, TQQQ or SOXL - but I have zero debt myself

I sold a CSP on UPRO using margin. So I guess you could call it margin. Would be about 18% of margin if assigned.

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Same as UPRO

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Proshares announced a forward split on 17 of their ETFs to occur on 1/11/2022. ProShares Announces ETF Share Splits By Business Wire — 5:00 PM ET 12/22/2022 ProShares ETF Split Ratio CSM ProShares Large Cap Core Plus 2:1 ROM ProShares Ultra Technology (ROM.NaE) 2:1 SSO ProShares Ultra S&P500 2:1 TQQQ ProShares UltraPro QQQ 2:1 UCC ProShares Ultra Consumer Services (UCC.NaE) 2:1 UPRO ProShares UltraPro S&P500 2:1 UGE ProShares Ultra Consumer Goods (UGE.NaE) 4:1

can someone explain why $UPRO is down 50%?

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I can look at my -50% UPRO and TQQQ pre-market gains and pretend that I'm finally a real ape too

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UPRO and TQQQ showing a -50% drop due to a stock split scared the crap out of me. Whew.

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Woke up to UPRO and TQQQ and thought the world ended.

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UPRO split: etrade is agreeing that a split means you double your money overnight. I love when their incompetence matches my intelligence. #richforonenight

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I'd buy poots for the way down and probably TQQQ and/or UPRO for the ride back up.

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I want the 10 year to hit 2.1% or whatever the fuck people have been expecting for literally 11 months and just be done with it so I can go ham with UPRO/TQQQ

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TMF does not just have negative correlation to equities. They are both uncorrelated in bull markets but are indeed negatively correlated in a crash which is where the TMF hedge would have saved a lot of LETF portfolio giving them ammo to rebalance into 3x leveraged equity ETFs when they are down significantly. 55/45 UPRO/TMF would have recovered a lot faster than 100% VOO after the 2007-8 GFC

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Shoulda doubled down on UPRO yesterday

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r/stocksSee Comment

Technical analysis, use TQQQ/SQQQ during 1/4hr time frame dips and stay long in QQQ. Same with SPY, use UPRO/SPXU in the same manner.

r/stocksSee Comment

You won't get the best answers here. Visit r/LETFS and read about it. TQQQ can take the place of UPRO in most of those portfolios. Also Google Headfundie on bogleheads (there's a part 1 and part 2). Make sure you hold it in a portfolio with at least 30% TMF and rebalance often.

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It’s heading for a split for 2:1 Ticker ProShares ETF Split Ratio CSM ProShares Large Cap Core Plus 2:1 ROM ProShares Ultra Technology 2:1 SSO ProShares Ultra S&P500 2:1 TQQQ ProShares UltraPro QQQ 2:1 UCC ProShares Ultra Consumer Services 2:1 UPRO ProShares UltraPro S&P500 2:1 UGE ProShares Ultra Consumer Goods 4:1 [split detail link Yahoo finance](https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/proshares-announces-etf-share-splits-220000740.html)

I see lots of mentions on VTI or VOO, but why not UPRO?

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Not an individual company but I love that UPRO / levered index funds and QYLD / a fund that does covered calls on index funds exist. The fact that I can simply buy a ticker instead of having to set aside thousands of dollars to manually commit to a specific strategy is fantastic (especially for someone early on in their investing career that doesn't have enough money yet to safely diversify into these strategies outside of these tickers yet)

Mentions:#UPRO#QYLD

SPY with 20% VOO with 20% VTI with 20% QQQ with 20% and UPRO with 20% is gonna be your best bet

I would do 100% UPRO too.

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Lol is it bad that my suggestion would be to put the $100 straight into UPRO ot TQQQ? A $100 investment into TQQQ 10 years ago would be worth $10,000 today. Seems like a way better play than parking such a small amount into something like VOO