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QQQM: The Best Option To Capitalize On Tech Stocks' Slump

May 02, 2022 9:53 PM ETInvesco NASDAQ 100 ETF (QQQM)FINX, QQQ, WCLD, XBI2 Comments
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Komal Sarwar


  • The best way to profit from tech stocks' selloff is to buy Invesco Nasdaq 100 ETF.
  • Recent trends suggest that the fund's large-cap stock concentration not only lowers the downside risk but increases its ability to generate large gains during bullish conditions.
  • Long-term investors will also benefit from the low expense ratio and dividend factor.

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Since the NASDAQ is down around 20% so far in 2022, it might be the time to heed Warren Buffett's advice to be greedy when others are fearful. Panic selling in tech stocks due to concerns about

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Comments (2)

Or you can buy HTA on the TSX and get the 20 biggest tech companies in the world and get a 6.4% dividend paid monthly, and a history of raising the dividend. HTA sells covered calls on up to 33% of it's holdings so you get nice income and get over 67% of the upside when stock prices go up.
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@Robert in Vancouver Tremendous waste of money....so give 25% in taxes to the government on the "income" they did nothing to earn and then lose out an a 50% higher appreciation upside? LMFAO! uummmmm, no thanks!
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