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Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ)

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341.24+0.89 (+0.26%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
342.01 +0.77 (0.23%)
Pre-market: 04:57AM EDT
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    Rick James
    Why does yahoo finance say $QQQ price/earnings ratio is only 3.99?
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    Austin
    $SPY conversation
    "The market" must have expected higher than expected inflation. Why else would yields go down resulting in $TLT and $QQQ going up on higher than expected inflation data?
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    Tilak
    Another day another 1% up tomorrow. I love QQQ! MaxTrhust we longs love to take your money until you become NoThrust!
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    Tilak
    Look at the timeline history of MaxThrust, mac and Price of Darkness. They ( or I believe it a same person ) bashing QQQ ( one of the best performing ETF) since $250. Imagine how much they lost or miss out on gain being ob wrong side of the trade. Just ignore the noise here in this board and keep investing.
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    BlahBlahBull
    Nasdaq could gain 80-120 points every day from here on for the next 2-3 years and it would still be undervalued .........or valued on par.
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    paladin
    POD - what happened to your post today that QQQ would drop 5% by Thursday?
  • S
    Steve
    Morgan Stanley expecting a 10 to 15 percent pullback soon
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    Robert
    and AGAIN.... what is about the rampant inflation undermining all the earnings beats, or the major progress of a minimum global tax designed specifically to snare the big tech companies that consistute over half the index, or the increasing likelihood of interest rate hikes to bring inflation under control which will increase tech co's borrowing costs that's not to like??
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    Robert
    Global min tax deal is progressing and is agreed by the G7... its specifically targeted at the biggest tech companies which comprise at least half the QQQ. So these companies’ cash flows will take a hit by grosso modo 15%... the natural response is to haircut their stock prices because their discounted cash flows are worth less. But I predict the opposite will happen because the opposite of logic has been happening consistently since the Fed began this civilization-altering intervention
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    Anonymous
    Its been a tough year to have money socked away in the Nasdaq. Watching the stagnation since Feb has not been easy as we had become accustomed to QQQ barreling through all barriers. The 2021 YTD numbers in comparison to DIA or Spy are atrocious. But the 1 year and above numbers tell a different story. Nasdaq still conquers them all by far. That’s why I continue to keep money in QQQ and ONEQ. I believe the time will come when it will turn around as the earnings power of the Nasdaq companies and technology/innovation focus is the right place to be over the long term. Imo real investing is a patience game. There is always opportunities to watch the ship rocket off into the stratosphere and keeping yourself entertained by having small percentages of the money in the more exciting and fast moving parts of the market; meme’s, bitcoin, etc.. I know I do. But the stalwarts like QQQ, VOO and the like is where I’ll always keep the majority of my funds. Continually saying its going to drop, its going to drop, its going to drop is a loser’s game. I know as I’ve played it years ago, and now kick myself for all the wasted time. Glta. And btw with QQQ within 1% of its ATH, it is nothing to sneeze at either!
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    Robert
    Bad news which.... hey presto turns out to be great news for the "market"....AGAIN
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    cobia
    Looks like it’s time to put the big short on here at 337.60.

    Top is in. Thought they would double top it.
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    mac
    low growth, disappointing job numbers, low rates-goldilocks scenario-as long as rates are low and system awash with money, the eco stuff are just excuses-the real funnymentals are the monetary and fiscal actions. The economy is not back to pre-COVID levels but the market is far ahead by 40 percent or more. Trends and momentum matter but the wide margin is a testament to support conditions for 'free' markets through borrowed money. Until then, don't argue with the Fed and price action.
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    MaxThrust
    How many times do I tell you never to short this that the retail trader will pay any price for this etf!
  • M
    MaxThrust
    Longs .32% dividend while you sit and wait for inflation to take all of you money.....don't short these longs love getting a negative rate of return.
  • S
    Steve
    Yellen just said inflation would.be a plus for the US. In other words she knows it's going higher


    Not good for tech
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    Tilak
    My portfolio is up $85/shares on 500 shares. Now do the math how much that is up in %? Let me make it easy for you it is 34%.
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    Tilak
    Looks like another 1% up tomorrow . Shorts are you ready to pay for my dinner?
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    VK
    5% inflation... its transitory which means it will last anywhere between 2 -3 quarters to 5-6 quarters... which means sooner or later Feds have to wake up and change their policy... they better do it before it spirals out of their control.... I like easy money for market... but not at risk of bringing dark days ahead... I believe, if in right mind Feds need to raise the rates & SOONER THE BETTER.... ITS A BITTER PILL WHICH THIS ECONOMY NEEDS... SHORT TERM PAIN TO FOR LONG TERM GAIN.... NASDAQ WILL START FALLING SOON.... JUST MATTER OF HOURS TO DAYS...
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    Steve
    What happens to tech when they prove it was a china lab that produced covid?