Options Trading vs Leverage ETFs

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29 thoughts on “Options Trading vs Leverage ETFs”

  1. Very thorough. I appreciate it. All I've been doing is buying into retracements between 9:30 and 11:00 in the morning and have been consistently making 200 bucks a day with trades that are typically between 5k and $30,000. I love that it's actually pretty hard to lose more than 100 bucks or so on a single trade with 3x ETFs. But I do think it would be interesting to do some options trading of longer-term retracements because I swear once you find the bottom or retracement of at least 0.386 and usually 0.5 and sometimes 0.618 is just a gimme

  2. Go full send by combining the two and placing puts on triple bull etf, while also putting calls on triple bear etf now. Reverse this when we bottom.

  3. Those cutaways are annoying af. Thatโ€™s why Iโ€™m not subscribing. I want education, not annoying entertainment. Good info otherwise.

  4. Poor opinion use 2x ETF's. Any body experienced buying a Put and same time opposite buying 3x etf to cover decay?

  5. With my Leveraged ETFs trading experience so far, I can boldly say I prefer it to options tho Leveraged ETFs are not long-term investments but they can give you good profit within a short period of time, MEXC has lots of ETFs trading pairs.

  6. I also trade a lot of TBT the 2x inverse of TLT. I buy deep in the money calls and sell slightly out of the money calls and have done well with this.

  7. You can also trade weekly options on TQQQ. I have been trading options for 25 years, I was up 60% last year. I like owning deep in the money LEAPS and selling slightly out of the money call options against these positions, like SPY, QQQ, IWM and you can sell the out of the money call options 3-5 times per week. If they get called away from you then you sell slightly out of the money puts against the short position and keep the time premiums. I made money every month last year and now I am a fully retired nephrologist. This gives me something to do.

  8. Great video. Can you show me examples next time?? ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  9. I know you don't give financial advice but I have 300 shares of AMD at $80. If I sell monthly atm covered calls is very little money and I don't want to sell considering it's at $57. Should I just an annual atm covered call and let it ride out? What would you do if you were me?

  10. I rather load the boat on TQQQ shares whenever the RSI is oversold. โ€œbeginnerโ€ is also the better guarantee

  11. You can just buy TQQQ when IBD announces a follow through day. And hold until it turns to uptrend under pressure. Then sell 50%. Now if the market goes into correction. Sell the remaining 50% and wait for a confirmed uptrend. Simple.

  12. I really enjoy selling super conservative puts on tqqq with my cash. Can make a 10% yearly return by selling puts that will only be assigned if QQQ falls by 10% in a week. It's possible, but at tqqq's price right now it's looking tempting anyways

  13. Only variable the makes the Option contract riskier is theta decay. TQQQ also has a risk that roll futures and they should not be used to invest in long term. The infamous UVXY will kill every hope and dream one has

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