徵求預測黃金etf:NUGT高點

林立伶俐凌厲 <180.217.84d6.b35f> 2016-08-06 15:23:18 1樓

有大戶夥伴建議,財富是等出來的。黃金多頭確立,閒錢5或10萬美金買NUGT,放著等回2011年高點。 (約120倍)


林立伶俐凌厲 <180.217.84d6.b35f> 2016-08-06 15:30:25 2樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
有大戶夥伴建議,財富是等出來的。黃金多頭確立,閒錢5或10...(恕刪)

時間週期3-5年,因為NUGT目前離前高點2011的兩萬(金價約1900美金/盎司)約五年,符合黃金8-10年循環週期。 (20000/155=約120)

以馬利內 <1.172.33a6.2f5f> 2016-08-06 16:37:14 3樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
時間週期3-5年,因為NUGT目前離前高點2011的兩萬(金...(恕刪)

請教一下:  NUGT  是什麼??

要怎麼買呢??
 

林立伶俐凌厲 <61.230.1972.8af8> 2016-08-06 16:59:13 4樓
以馬利內寫道:
請教一下:  NUGT  是什麼?? ...(恕刪)

美股黃金礦etf,和GDX或GDXJ一樣,但是三倍槓桿。

家利 <223.143.7e64.2589> 2016-08-06 20:24:02 5樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
有大戶夥伴建議,財富是等出來的。黃金多頭確立,閒錢5或10...(恕刪)

凌厲大大:
300萬NTx120=3.6億!
大大獲利落袋的時侯,別忘了捐一些錢給弱勢團體喔!
祝賺大大大大錢!
 

林立凌厲伶俐 <59.115.2c98.ec46> 2016-08-07 13:06:41 6樓
家利寫道:
凌厲大大: 300萬NTx120=3.6億! 大大獲利落...(恕刪)

1.還沒買,詢問中。
2.這裡大大都想到眾生,善哉。
3.公益行善,日常就當作。
4.祝福所有積善之人。
5.請大家集思廣益 ,也是提供''有錢人''的賺錢思維

 

家利 <223.143.b508.ccb8> 2016-08-07 14:33:55 7樓
林立凌厲伶俐寫道:
1.還沒買,詢問中。 2.這裡大大都想到眾生,善哉。 3...(恕刪)

我是在思考,3倍槓桿的商品,用複利方法去漲的話,簡直比原子彈威力還大不知多少倍!同樣的,若跌的話,財產轉眼灰飛煙滅!
金價自1080至今,約25%漲幅,而Nugt 自17.9到160,漲幅約800%!看看反向的dust,是從600跌到5,賠率92.6%....
我有一個算中戶的朋友,以200萬開始,在Nugt 上一輪的10入場,短短3、4個月漲到14,大喜之下一次次加碼,共投入800萬!到18之後,ㄧ路狂洩到1.79!這個價位離現在不遠,正是今年1/19⋯⋯!
現在市場上的160,其實是經過單位合併(10 to 1)後來的。
1.79於是變成17.9,漲到前幾天的166,看來我朋友度過難關了?


 

家利 <223.143.b508.ccb8> 2016-08-07 14:51:52 8樓
家利寫道:
我是在思考,3倍槓桿的商品,用複利方法去漲的話,簡直比原子彈...(恕刪)

版上能人高手很多,也許有人能解釋有一個很不容易搞懂的問題⋯⋯
5年前,Nugt是20000對比現在的160,其跌幅

5年前,dust的200對比現在的5,其跌幅,發現一個奇怪的現象了嗎?
既然是反向,應該是一個大賠另一個大賺才對?
其中必有奧妙之處⋯⋯



 

浪雲小乞丐 <27.247.4072.7c6c> 2016-08-07 23:07:02 9樓
家利寫道:
版上能人高手很多,也許有人能解釋有一個很不容易搞懂的問題⋯⋯...(恕刪)

個人見解
這問題並不難解
不能單純以開大開小
1比1等比例
1)金礦商成本在1050到1200
只要脫離成本區如黃金1300以上
則金礦商都是賺錢
假設做多金礦股現在黃金1300淨值150
過了一年黃金跳上跳下回到1300則淨值應超過200以上
2)買黃金ETF也是表示買一籃子股票
即然是買股票
當然也一定有融資融券
漲時助漲
跌時助跌
3)漲時還要算複利(利上加利)
跌時則算利上減利

歸休 <58.114.c439.d268> 2016-08-07 23:25:54 10樓
家利寫道:
我是在思考,3倍槓桿的商品,用複利方法去漲的話,簡直比原子彈...(恕刪)

有沒有二十倍界王拳。行情都看不懂了,還是先研究不傷身體的兩種斯斯吧。

家利 <61.227.3c2f.833d> 2016-08-07 23:57:00 11樓
歸休寫道:
有沒有二十倍界王拳。行情都看不懂了,還是先研究不傷身體的兩種...(恕刪)

正是
這種商品絕不是「避險」用的,建議欲涉入者千萬要先練得一身高強武藝⋯⋯其中險惡萬分啊!

林立伶俐凌厲 <124.218.6539.8a02> 2016-08-08 00:29:23 12樓
浪雲小乞丐寫道:
個人見解 這問題並不難解 不能單純以開大開小 1比1等...(恕刪)

浪雲大真是智者。 所言句句在理。 也請各位金友關注,黃金的利潤是 等 出來的這句話。 我們一群夥伴,只看多頭或空頭確立。 思維不同。請不要用短線和一般技術分析看待。 期待給這裡夥伴新的思維,大家發財。 感恩

浪雲小乞丐 <27.247.4072.7c6c> 2016-08-08 00:38:35 13樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
浪雲大真是智者。 所言句句在理。 也請各位金友關...(恕刪)

別人笑我太瘋癲
我笑他人看不穿


過去歷史可以見証
或許未來時間可以應証

愛因斯坦
世界上最強的武器
不是原子彈也不是核子彈
他叫(複利)

浪雲一笑看金市
 

林立伶俐凌厲 <124.218.6539.8a02> 2016-08-08 00:59:04 14樓
浪雲小乞丐寫道:
別人笑我太瘋癲 我笑他人看不穿 過去歷史可以見証...(恕刪)

睿智。 既然起起落落,不會歸零。總有一天回到1900美元/盎司。那麼就是120倍。 ( 財富,是等出來的。) 這是富人的思維 敝人想問,高點。

浪雲小乞丐 <27.247.4072.7c6c> 2016-08-08 01:09:50 15樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
浪雲大真是智者。 所言句句在理。 也請各位金友關...(恕刪)

哈一浪雲並不是智者
只是即然投資(進賭場)
可比每天幸苦賺錢更為重要
與其聽理專或任何人
倒不如多充實自己

另外黃金1920美元
八到十年內絕不是高點
會比1920再乘1倍以上(個人推測)

若真要玩每日三倍ETF
這里有二個重點提示
1)不怕美股大漲
但怕美股短線大跌(月線以二千點以上跌幅)連續
別忘了ETF黃金也是股票
2)淨值高點會比黃金高點
早半年到1年出現

林立伶俐凌厲 <124.218.6539.8a02> 2016-08-08 01:33:57 16樓
浪雲小乞丐寫道:
哈一浪雲並不是智者 只是即然投資(進賭場) 可比每天幸苦...(恕刪)

當然,定出黃金多頭的結論,必是多方閱讀,反覆論證,費盡肝腸,哪有機巧的成分。 智者,不就是這般的積累。 既然定出黃金多頭,,,,何不那閒錢一擲。 富貴險中求。而,這etf不會歸零,終有等到的一天,何不放著,不求而得。哪需短線百般計較。 善哉

浪雲小乞丐 <27.247.4072.7c6c> 2016-08-08 01:46:40 17樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
睿智。 既然起起落落,不會歸零。總有一...(恕刪)

高點一(純屬個人猜測)
絕對絕對不可信以為真
且戰且走吧
先看每天籌碼變化
進而看星期變化
再推月線
最後年線
如此才能確保投資安全
ps不能只靠持倉量
還有十幾種重要籌碼變化
如(非農一突發性金融股不能放空)
更誇張的還有債務不用還
全世界就突然漲瘋了

維之 <114.24.ebfd.c15d> 2016-08-08 10:44:06 18樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
有大戶夥伴建議,財富是等出來的。黃金多頭確立,閒錢5或10...(恕刪)

先看1500元,再看1850元,山峰價2350元,不論臺海戰爭,還是南海戰爭,對黃金都是大多頭。

小豆苗 <49.158.85a9.63a4> 2016-08-08 23:00:41 19樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
當然,定出黃金多頭的結論,必是多方閱讀,反覆論證,費盡肝腸,...(恕刪)

給您個參考~
這種ETF 大漲大跌 損耗是很高的~ 風險是真的很大
比如說
$100 跌了 10% 會變 $90
但是$90 漲了 10% 只會有 $99

雖然漲跌都是10% 但這一跌一漲的損耗就 是 $1

 

 

**** <185.135.5b7d.5cea> 2016-08-09 08:48:03 20樓
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家利 <210.200.70c7.b6a5> 2016-08-09 10:23:07 21樓
小豆苗寫道:
給您個參考~ 這種ETF 大漲大跌 損耗是很高的~ 風險是...(恕刪)

同感
操作這種商品要口袋夠深加上短線功夫超強
有一篇分析可以給躍躍欲試的朋友參考(抱歉,我英文蔡,不會翻譯)
What Every Trader Must Understand Before They Trade Leveraged ETFs Like NUGT & DUST - Robert Edwards

In this article I am going to cover some basic knowledge that every trader must know before they trade any leveraged ETF, but especially the triple leveraged ETFs like DUST & NUGT. If you learn only one thing from this article, it is that the 3X ETFs are trading vehicles meant for day traders and Not For Long Term Investing. Suppose you believe the gold mining ETF: GDX is going to rally but instead it falls 33%. If you buy the triple ETF: NUGT instead, and hold it through the fall, it will go down (33% X 3) or 99%, virtually wiping you out in a loss you cannot recover from. Had you only traded a Double, (2X Leverage) ETF it would take a 50% drop to wipe you out. The more leveraged the vehicle you trade, the more precise your timing must be. Since 12/13/10 when the triple ETFS of DUST and NUGT began trading, GDX has fallen from the low to mid 60s to the low to mid 20s. Going to 60 to 40 is a 33% drop, and from 40 to 28 is another 33% etc. More than two wipeouts at the bottom. Scary indeed!
Triple ETFS Have Horrendous Slippage!
Consider this example. Suppose one was trading a stock priced at $100, and it falls 10% and then goes back up 10%. What would the price be? Not $100 again, but only $99. Falling 10% brought a price of $90 and then taking 10% of $90 you only add back $9 so you end up with a price of $99. Once anyone suffers a 10% loss, it will take a 11.1% gain to get their money back.
Now suppose one was trading a double leveraged, (2X) ETF. Starting at $100, a 10% loss is doubled to $20 instead of $10 leaving a price of $80. Then taking (10% X 2) 20% of $80, you would gain back $16 and end up with a price of $96. To get the $80 price back to $100, it requires a gain of 12.5% in the base security to achieve the 25% gain in the 2X ETF from $80 to $100! Just a bit more than the 11.1% unleveraged. There is $4 of slippage with the Double ETF compared to the unleveraged stock that only had $1. To calculate slippage, a quick formula is to take the amount of leverage and square it. With (2X) ETFs you take 2 and square it (2X2) and you get $4 of slippage. Using this same formula, to calculate the slippage of a triple ETF you take the square of 3 (3X3) and you get $9 of slippage. To see if this is correct, lets do it the long way. $100 priced Triple ETF losing 3X10% or 30% would drop to $70. Then taking 30% gain on $70 one would add $21 which leaves $91. Sure enough, $9 of slippage. If you are in a triple ETF at the $70 price, to get back $30 to reach the $100 original price, requires a gain of 42.9%, and an up move of 14.3% in the underlying entity. 14.3% is significantly more than 11.1%.
This illustration is only for a 10% loss and then a 10% recovery. Suppose we were talking about a large loss like 25%. As the loss percentage increases, the challenges of getting back even in a triple leveraged ETF are magnified! Without leverage, a drop from $100 to $75 (drop of 25%) would then require a move back up of 33% to get your money back. In a triple ETF though, losing 25% is multiplied by 3 to a loss of 75%, leaving only $25. Now to get back to $100, the triple ETF must rally $75 (300%) or a move back of 100% in the underlying security. How often do you get a rally of 100% after a fall of 25%?!
Divide Your Money Up In Tranches & Average Down
Thus when trading triple ETFs one must never buy all in at one price, and if wanting to get long 100 shares, it is always better to buy 50 at one price, leaving money for 50 more should we dip lower, to average down. I allot $20,000 to $25,000 for day trading DUST, less with NUGT. With DUST around $35, I can buy 100 shares as many as 6 times as we dip.
Take Partial Profits And Set Up Win/Win Scenarios!
Suppose we have a hard dip and I am fully invested at 600 shares, a somewhat rare occurrence on a single dip. As soon as I can break even on the bottom 300 shares, I take profits on those, and hold the top half of my position for more gains. This way I have taken partial profits and set up a win/win scenario. If we rally up more I have shares to take off at a profit. But if we dip again, I have funds freed up to buy more and average down lower. I try to never hang more than 200 shares when I am a 600 share day trader. If the market rallies a bit more but I can't quite get out at a profit on the high shares, I sell half of my remaining shares (150) at a loss and add the loss to the purchase price of the remaining 150 shares. Then as we dip down, I buy back 150 shares at the lowest price I can, leaving me 300 shares total and don't touch my remaining cash. I will usually never get any larger than these 300 shares until the 150 "hung" shares are free. If the day ends and I can sell the low 150 shares at a profit, I get those off, leaving only 150 "hung" shares to work out the next day. The next day I can use my free cash to buy 450 shares to quickly free up those final 150 shares and start over. By trading this aggressively, I almost always have my money back on losses with the stock never coming anywhere close to my original purchase price.
Good Rule To Follow: If Holding A Losing Position At The End Of The Day, Sell Out Half Of The Position At A Loss
For someone who cannot trade as aggressively as I do, a good rule to follow is to cut any losing positions in half at the end of the trading day. This again creates a win/win. If we open lower the next day, you can buy back the shares sold at a loss at a lower price, thus averaging down. If we open higher, you have added the loss to the original purchase price of the remaining shares and on sufficient strength, you will have your money back, or your loss will at least decrease, because we are rallying. Either way, you are better off. There is no downside to selling out 50% of your position on any losing trade, the very second, and I mean the very second you realize you are wrong! If the market is falling fast and you are long, it might pay to completely liquidate and then buy back at the bottom when it stops falling. If you get out quickly enough with a very small loss, it won't have to rally much out of the bottom to get your money back.
Triple Leveraged ETFs Lose 10% Of Their Value Each Month
I could not get the chart to print, but if you go to Yahoo Finance you can punch up a chart of NUGT and then select the "Compare" tab and add "DUST" so that two charts are on top of each other. I just did a 3 month chart of this which clearly shows DUST has lost 20% of its value in the last 3 months, and NUGT has fallen 40%. That is an average loss of 30% over the three months, or 10% per month. There are 22 trading days in a month, so there is slippage of 0.455% daily, or 2.25% weekly. If day trading, one would never notice the slippage, and a week's worth of slippage at 2.25% is tolerable. But holding month after month, at 10% per month, is catastrophic.
You Just Can't Short Both ETFs For Guaranteed 10% Monthly Returns
The obvious question would be, "Why don't I go short NUGT with half my money, (in a margin account of course) and go short the other half in DUST". It would seem you would net a guaranteed average return of 10% per month or 120% per year, not counting compounding. If you got that same chart working that I described above, but changed the time frame to "1 year" you will see that a year ago, NUGT had a pre-split (2 reverse split) price of $900.50 a year ago, while DUST was trading at $11.85. While all your money was quickly lost in NUGT, in late June 2013, DUST had a 600% gain at the peak. Suppose you had $100,000 invested with $50,000 short NUGT and $50,000 short DUST. At the worst spot, you would have earned $50,000 in NUGT very quickly, doubling your money on that $50,000. But you would be down $300,000 on the DUST side for a net loss of $250,000. So anyone shorting these vehicles remember to not do them long term and get out quick when losses begin to mount.
What Is The Optimum Time To Hold A Position In These Vehicles?
If swing trading, one should never be holding a position longer than 1 to 2 weeks and at no time can I imagine ever holding a position beyond a month. What is optimum? Well, day trading in and out for seconds, minutes or an hour or two at a time is optimal. You will notice from my StockTalk running commentary that I usually completely go flat at some time about every day, so I can reassess if I want to hold anything till the close. The best time to add any position size is in the aftermarket as the thin trading allows for 50 cent to $1 discount prices that virtually assure instant profits when the ETF trades unchanged the following day. After the day is completed, studying can be done to see if GDX should open up or down the next day. If there is an 85% chance GDX will open up, then buy NUGT for a good morning pop in the premarket. If odds favor a down opening in GDX, then buy shares in DUST (especially if you can buy them at a discount) and then dump them in the premarket the next day. I trade through Interactive Brokers and I can trade in the premarket beginning at 4:00 a.m. New York time (5 1/2 hours before the markets open) and trade in the aftermarket until 8 p.m. (4 hours after the close). I make some money outside regular trading hours playing the bid/ask spread, but most of my money comes from correctly predicting an up or down opening the following day. In the last couple weeks I made $200 or more on my worst days trading during regular hours, and $500 or a bit more on my good days trading during regular hours. My daily goal is to make $200 per day trading DUST or NUGT, or $1,000 per week, during regular trading hours. However, my over night trades purchased at a discount in the aftermarket and sold out in the next day's premarket strength, netted me thousands.
Don't Try And Get Cute Catching Turns
You are rarely ever going to catch the turn perfectly and you really don't want to try. The reason is that it can happen so fast, you can miss it and "hang shares" and quickly suffer great losses. When my target of $35 to $37 was hit on the top end, I was gone! I was only going to lightly scalp after that as the risk/reward odds do not favor staying in after initial targets are met. Catch the "meat" of the trade, the middle. While picking a bottom, trade small. Trade big once bottom has established itself, and play small or not at all as one reaches for the top. Start the day small with 50 or 100 share trades, move to 200 shares after profits are booked. Go back to 50 to 100 as the day wears on, or move on. Better to make the easy money. Don't tie up your capital in a losing trade. It drains your resources; your mind, your heart, your nerves, and your purse.
Although I have been quite fortunate in predicting recent price moves in DUST with uncanny accuracy, such predictions are not necessary to be a successful trader. What I really care about is knowing the current trend so I have the correct trading bias of bullish or bearish. This can change day to day and sometimes hour to hour.
If You Aren't A Day Trader, Trade GDX
Since you are not supposed to have all your money in a speculative instrument like NUGT or DUST, there is no advantage in playing these instruments unless you are day trading. The slippage for position traders in triple leveraged ETFs will destroy any hope for profits. Anyone who bought and held NUGT since the beginning of trading from December 2010 has lost all their money a couple times over and more. Thanks to multiple reverse splits, the effective issue price is now $1855, down to a current price of $56. It is down 97% since inception nearly 3 years ago!
Setting Up a Fun IRA Trading Account That Does Not Go Broke Playing DUST Or NUGT, Etc.
Suppose I had $100,000 in my IRA. I would only use 40% of the funds for speculative plays like DUST or NUGT, or $40,000. While trading DUST, of the $40,000, I would put an initial $20,000 in DUST and keep $20,000 for backup. Why? Because DUST is triple leveraged. If GDX goes up 10%, then DUST falls 30%. If GDX has a rally of 33% straight up, then I would lose 99% of my investment in DUST. You cannot recover from that loss without adding more funds. The extra $20,000 is there to bail you out.
What we soon forget when playing DUST or NUGT, is the fact that they are triple leveraged. So if you buy 100 shares of DUST or NUGT, you are going to gain or lose as if you owned 300 shares of GDX. Owning 500 shares equals 1500 shares of GDX. That is scary!
Conclusion: Play Small & You Will Have A Ball!
That statement says it all! Play small and you will have a ball. Be a pig and you will lose really big! Bank on it!

林立伶俐凌厲 <125.224.565b.f76f> 2016-08-09 18:34:52 22樓
家利寫道:
同感 操作這種商品要口袋夠深加上短線功夫超強 有一篇分析...(恕刪)

跌勢時超跌,漲時也是如此。 所以,前提是 : 多頭, 閒錢,等待。 富長輩說 : 拿資金 1/5來買,人無橫財不富。 投資,不就是利潤和風險的對掌。

家利 <220.137.0aeb.cf5a> 2016-08-16 23:10:05 23樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
睿智。 既然起起落落,不會歸零。總有一...(恕刪)

請問您
金價漲  為何3倍做多的nugt跌  反而是3倍做空的dust漲
 

林立伶俐凌厲 <150.117.28b9.6bad> 2016-08-16 23:39:09 24樓
家利寫道:
請問您 金價漲  為何3倍做多的nugt跌&nb...(恕刪)

請看nugt的持股。譬如nugt持有gdx,gdx是金礦股,不是黃金股,更不是黃金現貨。(這樣有回答到你的問題嗎?)

家利 <220.137.0aeb.cf5a> 2016-08-17 00:04:40 25樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
請看nugt的持股。譬如nugt持有gdx,gdx是金礦股,...(恕刪)


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家利 <220.137.0aeb.cf5a> 2016-08-17 00:04:40 26樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
請看nugt的持股。譬如nugt持有gdx,gdx是金礦股,...(恕刪)


多謝

維之 <111.81.9166.0acc> 2016-08-17 02:05:02 27樓
林立伶俐凌厲寫道:
有大戶夥伴建議,財富是等出來的。黃金多頭確立,閒錢5或10...(恕刪)

此波黃金會漲到2350美元。

林立伶俐凌厲 <180.217.018d.6f62> 2016-08-17 11:58:06 28樓
維之寫道:
此波黃金會漲到2350美元。...(恕刪)

可以說說閣下的參考依據或思維原則嗎?please.

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