Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “QQQ”
Volatility begets more volatility and it looks like every time the annualized volatility number crosses the 13 DMA of volatility, the QQQQ prices become very volatile. Right now the Q’s are in a relatively low state of volatility but we all know that low volatility begets higher volatility and vice versa. I’m looking for more pain in the coming weeks.
The melt up in indices continues and I suspect the short sellers will be squeezed throughout earnings seasons. Now’s a good time to be long but sooner or later the party will end. One day, when we least expect it, volatility will pick up and the first spike will probably be down. My guess is that itâ€™ll probably have something to do with the sub-prime mess.
Take a look at the low volatility we’ve had for 4 years in the Nasdaq QQQ’s.