In this historic ETF Battle, Kreinces highlights that the Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) is the “next-generation” S&P 500 (VOO), and that leveraged ETFs are the future of investing.
Video: ETF Battles – TQQQ vs. FNGU
Watch David Kreinces, CIO of ETF PM, appear on ETF Battles with Ron Delegge at ETFguide and Mike Akins at ETF Action.
Over the past decade, the 3x Nasdaq-100 (TQQQ) delivered a total return of 4,313%, or 46% annualized, which was 18x the unleveraged S&P 500 return of 235%, or 13% annualized. Clearly, TQQQ has been the “American Dream ETF.”
Once again, leveraged diversification has delivered a free retirement nest egg and it is all explained in our new book; “Investable Benchmarks: A Guide to ETFs, Technology, and Leverage.”
ETF PM has long positions in TQQQ, UPRO, SPXL, TMF, FNGU, QQQ, VOO, TSLA, and TLT.