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Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ)

NasdaqGM - NasdaqGM Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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371.79+2.85 (+0.77%)
As of 2:31PM EDT. Market open.
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    Anonymous
    @MaxThrust - You say aweful and I say awesome! QQQ down a whopping 6.2 percent! Big deal. Not to say the obvious but pullbacks are healthy for the longer term. Contrary to popular belief and what the new breed of retail trader is used to, the market does NOT go Up continually. Learn to not watch it like a hawk every 20 mins. That just leads to making awful decisions. Take a chill pill, wait for it to go down significantly, and then take advantage by buying even more at a discount if it goes that path. It takes time, and it takes stamina not reacting, but it is one of the only ways to beat the market. @Paladin and I have been hinting the market going to take a bath, and guess what, its got a full leg in the water now. Did I sell anything? Nope because you never know and sheet happens. Suspect there will be some more pain but the good news is that is when the opportunities arise to make the serious buckage. Patience.
  • S
    Sam
    All 3 major indices breaking out today
    $IWM $QQQ $SPY. Seasonality wise this was the bottom.
    Now small caps to large caps will likely run up till January.. small caps specifically started to move up with some having a big spike recently... Are we gonna see the same pattern this year when small and medium cap companies skyrocketed toward the end of last year, after being hit so badly? My guess is yes, especially for companies that are fundamentally strong like HIMX
    Bullish
  • M
    Mark
    Tough way to end the day. Didn’t think we were still in the correction stage. I wonder what the sell off is about now?
  • A
    Anonymous
    Listening to the certainty about how the market is overpriced certainly makes you reflect. How don’t have “confidence” in it, and that it needs to go down 30-40 percent before would go long. I said pretty much the same thing, well at least to myself, during the last couple of years of the 90s bull market. For that missed out on the profit taking during the 200 percent and more gains during that timeframe. Interesting that during that period so long ago when the market was considered “high”, speaking negatively about the market was looked at as heretical while nowadays people think they are rock stars for saying it. Has the average person’s financial behavior changed or has the exuberance been replaced by fear under same circumstances due to psychological scars? Tantalizing thought as I’ve found being a contrarian is the optimal way to make money. I’ve never had “confidence” during any timeframe in the market and am always amazed that it goes up in our so imperfect world. The market does not care about my having “confidence” in it or not. Nor does it care if scared sheet less. Go by the facts. Take profits liberally when the market is at all time highs, and buy liberally when it goes into corrections and bears. Sounds real easy right?, but actually its not for the patience it necessitates as well as the financial courage to go against the grain and sell when its high and buy when it is low. Master this and maybe your confidence will go up.
  • j
    john
    Strong positive price action, could be Rotation back into techs. Even s&p 500 doing good. Maybe some volitilty this month but looking good ending this correction with a dose of upside volitility. Good Luck
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    paladin
    The WH gave a press conference today focused in how it intends to alleviate supply chain bottlenecks. Look for the Fed to try to calm the markets by reiterating its view that supply chain issues will be temporary, hence the same for inflation. That said, the algos are tearing up the averages now and we may still have further to go in this correction. It might be best to treat any uptick as temporary and an opportunity to adjust long positions accordingly. I would not hold anything on margin in this environment GL
  • R
    Roy
    Incredible how every pullback is aggressively bought back up
    3% in just a few sessions on No news!
  • T
    Trenta  Iced Coffee
    Not gonna feel confident in this market until we return to pre-pandemic prices.
  • W
    WamBam2077
    Which ETFs cover the entire Nasdaq stocks and not just the top 100?
  • R
    Robert
    I hear you can buy one trillion dollar coins on Ali Express for 20 bucks
  • B
    Baron_Waffet
    Bought my first 8 shares at $352.40!
  • R
    Roy
    Market is having trouble breaking out. Watch out for it to give back a lot of its gains today.
  • S
    Sukhbir
    The big question is “ why is Bitcoin pumping ? ‘’
  • h
    hanak
    I’ve been day trading for years and I’m so glad I finally found (http://Pick-stocks.com). They’re pre-market watchlists cover all the latest market-moving news, and they don’t beat you down with tons of ads. Highly recommend!
  • F
    Fish Tacos
    The yield is so low, but it is popular? If invested 1 million, the dividend for whole year is only less than $5000??? Did I get it wrong?
    Bearish
  • M
    Mulligan
    Are they ever gonna split this thing? It’s kinda difficult to average into it at these prices
  • A
    Anonymous
    Hi all - Looking for some rational conversation. If you all will notice with SPY, from the 3rd through the 10th of Sept the index went steadily down each day while the volume increased each one of those five days. Back in the olden days that methodology of decreasing price and increasing volume over a five day period was a pretty good way to tell that the distribution process has started, the big players are selling, and the index was going to suffer during the next few weeks/months. While I don’t see the same thing with QQQ, the period between the 8th through the 14th is pretty close and todays volume capped it off. My take is that the rest of Sept may be ugly, and since you’ve heard me before state that downturns now are going to be fierce and quick, it’ll be on us before you can whistle dixie. I for one am not selling a thing and indeed would love to throw more logs on the fire in QQQ, but only after a significant percent downturn from record levels. Anyone have actual data that points towards this eventuality as likely? I for one am waiting on the new margin debt levels. Anyone know when these come out?
  • a
    arti
    what is the basis of showing PE ratio 4.23 of this etf ?
  • S
    Stefarino
    Psaki just answered a pandora paper question with a 10 minutes rehearsed speech.
  • H
    Hey
    Markets will end the day flat
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