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Ultra's costs make them bad investments
Like the Russell 2000 long term. Don't like ultra short ETFs at all. They are only good for the sponsoring companies.
Following TMFEldrehad's lead and my own feeling that the markets will generally rise through the national election... no other analysis done.
i am bullish for 2011
Ultra-shorts and Ultra-pros are all bad investments due to daily rebalancing
This market is way overbought and it is time for a much needed correction. S&P P/E is at all time highs and needs about a 20% correction. In closing, I like chickfila.
trying to boost my accuracy
Testing a theory here with this account, shorting all short ProShares for starters.
Fading every pick made by Ultralong
Bad news has battered the market and it is time for a rally. I recommend shorting this etf. Over the long term the expenses of this etf alone will eat away at gains. A combination of this and the fact that at some point the market will move higher will result in this etf under-performing dramatically.
Because Ultras Suck
There are big problems in the country, housing, national debt etc. The odd's of a crash on monday are becoming increasing likely, even though it is a highly unlikely event. I am not doing much trading in my real account... Nothing like an all or nothing bet here on caps...Nobody know's what future earnings or even the equity is for most of the companies in major index's....
Caps is about accumulating as much points as possible with as much accuracy as possible. The greatest way to bank points in caps is to short the ultrashorts when the market has bottomed. Since shorting an ultrashort gives a negative 10% and the s&p goes up 5% that means you banked a score of 15% if the market goes to 1330 from this level. The oscillator indicates that we are at -2 meaning we almost hit neutral.
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