ProShares UltraPro QQQ





About Tqqq and Tqqq Trading

What is the ProShares UltaPro QQQ (TQQQ) ETF?

The ProShares UltaPro QQQ (TQQQ) falls into the leveraged exchange-traded funds category and offers a return that is three times the daily returns of Nasdaq 100.

Investors should keep in mind that the same 3x performance applies to the downside as well. That's why they normally use the ETF as a speculative tool for a short-term holding period.

When did the ProShares UltaPro QQQ (TQQQ) begin trading and how is it performing?

The ETF was established in September 2010 by ProShares, a company well-known for its ETF products.

As of November 2020, the average daily volume approached 34 million trades, which makes the instrument more liquid than many other ETFs of its size. The TQQQ price also grew gradually.

Is Tqqq a good investment?

TQQQ is one of the largest leveraged ETFs that also tracks the Nasdaq 100. According to experts' opinion, TQQQ could prove more suitable for short-term trading rather than the long term. However, it all depends on how people choose to trade.

What is Sqqq and Tqqq?

TQQQ is a leveraged ETF built to offer a return that is three times the daily returns of Nasdaq 100, while SQQQ is an inversed leveraged ETF offering -3 times the returns of the same stock index.

Can you buy and hold Tqqq?

Although you can invest in the TQQQ in the long-term, market analysts advise against it, stating that the TQQQ is a highly volatile leveraged ETF. To learn more about ETF trading through CFDs, visit our page here.

Does Tqqq decay?

Because of its volatility, the TQQQ leveraged ETF might not be a good long-term investment for traders, or so experts say. Analysts say this ETF and other similar to it (such as the SQQQ) are better suited for intraday holding.

Is Tqqq a good long term investment?

TQQQ and other leveraged ETFs are used for intra-day trading, not a long term hold, according to general market consensus. Still, some investors prefer to hold it for longer periods.