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11.78 +0.09    +0.77%
27/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Pre Market
11.94
+0.16
+1.36%
4:00:35 - Real-time Data
Type:  ETF
Market:  United States
Issuer:  ProShares
ISIN:  US74347B7148 
CUSIP:  74347B714
Underlying:  Nasdaq 100 TR
Asset Class:  Equity
  • Volume: 7,456,741
  • Bid/Ask: 11.93 / 11.94
  • Day's Range: 11.76 - 11.88
ProShares Short QQQ 11.78 +0.09 +0.77%
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Sayit Mamtimin Makatel
Sayit Mamtimin Makatel Dec 23, 2018 9:24PM ET
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Never had Proshares. Can you hold months PSQ, is it works as regular stocks?
Isai Sotarriva
Isai Sotarriva Dec 23, 2018 9:24PM ET
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yes, you can hold them like stocks, for years if you want. although it's not recommended to hold them for very long since they are guarantied to lose value over time. They are designed for intra day trading.
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Never had Proshares. Can you hold months PSQ, is it works as regular stocks?
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interest for short
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this is a buy above 31
 
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