ETFs Trading Signals
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QQQQ Trading Profits
The most active ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) is the NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking Stock (QQQ), commonly known as the "Qubes" or "Cubes". The Cubes track the top 100 non-financial stocks of the NASDAQ. S&P Depositary Receipts (SPY), commonly called "Spiders," track the stocks of the S&P 500. The "Diamonds" (DIA) track the 30 stocks of the Dow Jones Industrial average.
See QQQQ Signals Returns for different periods.
All of the following data is based on the simple trading system based on based on our Market Outlook, our JavaVolume Charts and some other advanced methods of technical analysis.
Take a look at the detailed table of closed QQQQ Trades which are a result of trades based on our Market Outlook and volume signals.
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