Nasdaq ETF (QQQ)
$200.57 4.17 (2.12%)
19:59 EDT QQQ Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $200.57
Market Cap 72.48B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 45.94M
Day's Range 196.17 - 201.17
52-Week Range 164.93 - 237.47
Dividend & Yield 1.31 (0.66%)
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It's difficult to find the ETFs to buy amidst a crisis such as the coronavirus outbreak. But some investment themes are more conducive to a comeback than others.
The Global X E-Commerce ETF and Kraneshares CSI China Internet have much more exposure to strong, positive trends than the QQQ ETF.
The QQQ etf has been a relative outperformer versus the broader US large cap stocks for a long time. But this relative strength has begun to fade and further downside likely lies ahead.
By Ian Cooper
If we can get a bill from Congress, and the QQQ ETF can hold support, I strongly believe the ETF could eventually recover to $236.
MGM Resorts, Nvidia, Advanced Micro Devices and the PowerShares QQQ ETF were our top stock trades for Wednesday.
Although the QQQ has suffered along with many other ETFs, its holdings should remain strong both during and after the coronavirus pandemic. This could make it one of the best ETFs for 2020.
The QQQ ETF has fallen along with the market. But it remains an attractive play on the trends that will define this decade.
My models show that stricter social distancing policies, like those used in China, will help contain the coronavirus by May.
The Federal Reserve's latest reaction to the coronavirus has investors panicking, and selling off their stocks, hard.
Thursday's crash was laced with historic levels of fear, and that should have contrarians perking up. Here are three limited-risk trades to bank on a rebound.
No one likes uncertainty in the markets, but panicking over the coronavirus won't help. Stay calm and learn how to profit now.
Another issue to consider is valuation. At 25.52x earnings, QQQ is pricey relative to a broader universe of domestic large caps and heading into this year, there were plenty of concerns about the multiples being sported by Amazon, Apple and Microsoft. However, high multiples and prices aren't necessarily harbingers of crashes.
Trump's heightened response to the coronavirus is escalating investors' panic, triggering "circuit breaker" rules in the stock market today.
Don't let the coronavirus and falling oil prices scare you out of the market. Matt McCall can teach you how to stay calm and profit now.
With Monday's epic decline in stock prices, we looked at the SPY, DIA, QQQ and IWM as our top stock trades for Tuesday.
With the coronavirus panic irrationally sending many solid companies into the gutter, the QQQ ETF is a great fund to advantage the discounts.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my. The stock market panics as the coronavirus spreads in Italy and oil prices tank more than 20%.
There's nowhere to hide, as the markets continue to tumble lower. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
The QQQ ETF, Trade Desk, Alteryx and Amazon are our top stock trades for Monday. Overall, it's been a tough week for investors.
The SPY and QQQ were our focus, while Microsoft and Regeneron were our other top stock trades for Tuesday.