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Yearly High-Low analysis. This ETF is up 232% in 2019.
Jun 4: Bought @113 - Jul 15: Sold @166
Sep 4: Bought @157 - Nov 4: Sold @221.
Nov 14: Bought @224, Dec 11; Bought @228 - Dec 12: Sold @247.
Dec 16: Bought small position of SOXS @22 (short inverse ETF) while SOXL was $264.
Jan 7: Sold @284 due to the Daily stop chart 08 and added to SOXS position @20.
Jan 24: sold today at market open @329. It looks like an exhaustion gap.
Apr 7: SOXL 30% up yesterday: good chance to double this quarter.
Dec 1. This is ridiculous. We are up 63% in November alone! See chart 03.
Dec 31. Ending quarter at 83% and year 69% up! Happy New Year!
Apr 2. Note the 1:15 stock split, otherwise it would be around $700
Apr 8. It appears this ETF averages 100-150% a year if you buy and hold.
May 20. Do not ever sell this ETF at loss. It always comes back and goes higher.
Jun 12. Things look good. I believe we will see $60 this year
Jul 26. FNGU is another interesting 3x-leveraged security. It is ETN (not ETF). In the last 3 years it outperformed SOXL: https://stockcharts.com/freecharts/perf.php?SOXL,TQQQ,FNGU
Jul 30. See charts 5 and 13: we breaking trough the flag pattern. Signals for Monthly, Weekly, Daily charts all are BUY. We going to see new highs of $50-60 this year. Do not sell. Hold it at least into 1st quarter of 2022.
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