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ETF Investing Thread

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Hoping this can become a regular thing on here.

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Trading Ideas
Current Portfolio
Favourite ETFs, ETF trading strategies

My current position:

>Long Japan Equities
DB X-TRACKERS NIKKEI 225

>Long US Equities
AMUNDI ETF NASDAQ-100

>Long US Energy Equities
iShares S&P 500 Energy Sector
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Up 137% since FEB, 25 2016, trading ETFs usually flip them within a week. DUST and NUGT, are my main money makers.
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>>1760493
The large flats are where UTWI used to be, but that stock dropped.
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>>1759990
What is a Tradiing ETF and how do I invest? Total newfag to investing.
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Long VTI, VXUS, and BND
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>>1760834

ETFs act the same as stocks. So you get a broker and type in those tickers and buy shares.
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Am feeling the crash, and SH is at all time low, how safe is this bet? if I buy and a crash doesn't happen within the next year what kind of loss could I expect? I am not too worried, because it falls slowly enough that I have a bit of time, but I dont want to buy too high either. Thoughts?
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>>1761875
Can you short this after a crash occurs? The steady downward trend seems profitable.
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I hope I become rich one day
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>>1759990
I own some NIKKEI 225 because I am a massive weeb and my Japanese girlfriend likes it when I praise Japan, but mostly just buying accumulating MSCI World or any other comparable world index is the best investment strategy. 7% annual return minus typical 2% historical inflation doubles your capital every fifteen years, which is a very profitable and very sound investment.
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>>1761875
>>1762121

am i on /biz/? these people literally have no clue about the markets and instruments
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ONEQ & SPY
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>>1762121
Shorting SP is a (MUCH) dumber way of going long in an S&P 500 index fund.

>>1761875
You do not hold inverse or leveraged ETFs for longer than a day or two. Learn how these things work, they are absolute destroyers of wealth if held in the long-term.
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equal weighted S&P 500 index, Russel 2000 are the two best American indexes to buy into, historically.

I'd hedge that with some ex-USA or world funds though, even though they traditionally underperform by a wide margin over the long run. It's nice to not have all your money tied into your own economy when it shits the bed.
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vti, vgt, vxus as long term
maybe I'll add some eur exposure in case Trump sinks the US economy
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Retard question;

For example I own

a) $300k index ETF paying dividends
b) $100k index accumulation

After 10 years am I wealthier in real terms despite inflation?
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>>1762328
just substract the inflation % from the % of growth
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Hey guys. I'm new here. For the last 5 years I've wanted to get into investing and I've been saving someone to play around with and see what I can do. I recently bought the book Intelligent Investor and started to read it. I wanted to know if you guys can point me in the right direction for readin material and so on. Thanks bros.
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>>1762328
>>1762330
I mean if the return is higher than the inflation, then yes you are wealthier
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>>1762330

OK but I would increase wealth, right?

Even though I am taking and spending the dividends from the $300k ETF, it's value might rise 3.5% a year, and the dividends basically keep pace with inflation

Meanwhile the accumulation ETF since I'm not touching it is free to compound
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>>1762249
You work for the SEC? Holding leveraged funds long term is fine if you know what you're doing.
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>>1762331
1. Don't ask /biz/
2. Since you asked, do what he says >>1762254. Only sensible strategy.

>>1762328
Just tell us what ETF you have.
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