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Stuart Sim 🧙‍♂️ ·  

Started tracking July 30, 2020
Updated 11 minutes ago

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Followers
1,216
+107 (+9.65%)
last 14 days
Engagement
3.80
7.09
14 day avg
Impressions
3,382
6,415
14 day avg
Tweets
5
4
14 day avg

Engagements per tweet

3.80 EPT today
Highest 14.40 · Average 7.09 ↑14%

Engagements per impression

0.52% EPI today
Highest 1.80% · Average 0.88% ↑100%

Top Tweets

Ranked by impressions

Date Tweet Impressions Engagements EPI Likes Replies RTs / Quotes Link clicks Profile clicks
From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods. If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have underperformed $QQQ in 714 of them.
From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have underperformed $QQQ in 714 of them.
From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have underperformed $QQQ in 714 of them.
24,175 36 0.15% 14 0 3 / 1 0 18
Why can I bring myself to buy Bitcoin at $17,800 and not $ZM at $443?
Why can I bring myself to buy Bitcoin at $17,800 and not $ZM at $443?
Why can I bring myself to buy Bitcoin at $17,800 and not $ZM at $443?
5,516 66 1.20% 20 4 1 / 1 0 40
202 ETFs (with >$100m AUM) beat the $SPY in 2019 9 Returned greater than 100% through the year Here they are: $SOXL 221% $TECL 184% $NAIL 171% $TQQQ 130% $FAS 110% $UPRO 101% $NUGT 101% $SPXL 101% $ROM 101%
202 ETFs (with >$100m AUM) beat the $SPY in 2019

9 Returned greater than 100% through the year

Here they are:

$SOXL 221%
$TECL 184%
$NAIL 171%
$TQQQ 130%
$FAS 110%
$UPRO 101%
$NUGT 101%
$SPXL 101%
$ROM 101%
202 ETFs (with >$100m AUM) beat the $SPY in 2019

9 Returned greater than 100% through the year

Here they are:

$SOXL 221%
$TECL 184%
$NAIL 171%
$TQQQ 130%
$FAS 110%
$UPRO 101%
$NUGT 101%
$SPXL 101%
$ROM 101%
4,756 17 0.36% 8 0 1 / 1 0 7
$TSLA joining $NVDA as my second 10x returning stock. Two very different journeys getting there. $NVDA tripled the year I bought it. $TSLA stayed the same for the first 3-4 years and all the gains have been recent.
$TSLA joining $NVDA as my second 10x returning stock.

Two very different journeys getting there. $NVDA tripled the year I bought it. $TSLA stayed the same for the first 3-4 years and all the gains have been recent.
$TSLA joining $NVDA as my second 10x returning stock.

Two very different journeys getting there. $NVDA tripled the year I bought it. $TSLA stayed the same for the first 3-4 years and all the gains have been recent.
3,775 125 3.31% 26 1 1 / 0 0 97
Top 5 ETFs over the last 5 days (greater than $100m AUM). $PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy) 6.2% $REMX (VanEck Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals) 4.9% $XRT (SPDR S&P Retail) 3.2% $QCLN (First Trust NASDAQ Clean Green Energy) 2.9% $ARKQ (ARK Industrial Innovation) 2.6%
Top 5 ETFs over the last 5 days (greater than $100m AUM).

$PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy) 6.2%
$REMX (VanEck Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals) 4.9%
$XRT (SPDR S&P Retail) 3.2%
$QCLN (First Trust NASDAQ Clean Green Energy) 2.9%
$ARKQ (ARK Industrial Innovation) 2.6%
Top 5 ETFs over the last 5 days (greater than $100m AUM).

$PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy) 6.2%
$REMX (VanEck Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals) 4.9%
$XRT (SPDR S&P Retail) 3.2%
$QCLN (First Trust NASDAQ Clean Green Energy) 2.9%
$ARKQ (ARK Industrial Innovation) 2.6%
2,857 6 0.21% 3 0 0 / 0 0 3

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Tweet impressions

3,678 today
Total 89,812 ↑105% · Highest 8,764 · Average 3,057

Tweets

5 today
Total 53 ↑66% · Highest 9 · Average 4

Followers

1,216 followers · +20 today
Growth 107 ↑118% · Best +20 · Average +8

 

Latest 20 Tweets

Date Tweet Impressions Engagements EPI Likes Replies RTs / Quotes Link clicks Profile clicks
$PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF) ETF Ranking: 2020 YTD ---- #2 -------143% 2019 --------- #42 ------ 58%
$PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF)

ETF Ranking:
2020 YTD ---- #2 -------143%
2019 --------- #42 ------ 58%
$PBW (Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF)

ETF Ranking:
2020 YTD ---- #2 -------143%
2019 --------- #42 ------ 58%
2,148 12 0.56% 0 0 0 / 1 0 11
$QQQ Returns over 365 days from purchasing on specific dates pic.twitter.com/DAlbNakbaE
$QQQ Returns over 365 days from purchasing on specific dates pic.twitter.com/DAlbNakbaE
$QQQ Returns over 365 days from purchasing on specific dates pic.twitter.com/DAlbNakbaE
468 1 0.21% 1 0 0 / 0 0 0
$NAIL was the 3rd best performing ETF in 2019 From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods. If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have outperformed $NAIL 60% of the time.
$NAIL was the 3rd best performing ETF in 2019

From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have outperformed $NAIL 60% of the time.
$NAIL was the 3rd best performing ETF in 2019

From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have outperformed $NAIL 60% of the time.
766 2 0.26% 0 0 0 / 0 0 2
Since 2017, there have been 10x 30day periods where if you bought and held $ARKK for a year you would have returned: a gain of 33% or lost 26% depending on the day you bought within that same 30day period.
Since 2017, there have been 10x 30day periods where if you bought and held $ARKK for a year you would have returned:
a gain of 33%
or lost 26%
depending on the day you bought within that same 30day period.
Since 2017, there have been 10x 30day periods where if you bought and held $ARKK for a year you would have returned:
a gain of 33%
or lost 26%
depending on the day you bought within that same 30day period.
679 12 1.77% 4 1 0 / 0 0 7
$TAN (Invesco Solar ETF) ETF Ranking: #1 ---------- 2020 YTD -----144% #31 --------- 2019 YTD ----- 64%
$TAN (Invesco Solar ETF)

ETF Ranking:
#1 ---------- 2020 YTD -----144%
#31 --------- 2019 YTD ----- 64%
$TAN (Invesco Solar ETF)

ETF Ranking:
#1 ---------- 2020 YTD -----144%
#31 --------- 2019 YTD ----- 64%
568 7 1.23% 3 0 0 / 0 0 4
November Holdings Thoughts: $WORK +62% Monthly Return Popped up on potential $CRM acquisition talks. I’m considering trimming by 30%
November Holdings Thoughts:

$WORK +62% Monthly Return
Popped up on potential $CRM acquisition talks. I’m considering trimming by 30%
November Holdings Thoughts:

$WORK +62% Monthly Return
Popped up on potential $CRM acquisition talks. I’m considering trimming by 30%
1,465 20 1.37% 4 1 0 / 0 0 15
Books are the original apps with Stories
Books are the original apps with Stories
Books are the original apps with Stories
1,799 28 1.56% 12 0 3 / 0 0 13
The top 5 ETFs of 2020 were all in the top 10% of ETFs in 2019.
The top 5 ETFs of 2020 were all in the top 10% of ETFs in 2019.
The top 5 ETFs of 2020 were all in the top 10% of ETFs in 2019.
1,341 19 1.42% 6 0 0 / 0 0 13
From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods. There were 1405 ETFs in those periods. 63/1405 underperformed* the $SPY in all 727 periods *Does not include dividends
From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

There were 1405 ETFs in those periods.

63/1405 underperformed* the $SPY in all 727 periods

*Does not include dividends
From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

There were 1405 ETFs in those periods.

63/1405 underperformed* the $SPY in all 727 periods

*Does not include dividends
555 0 0.00% 0 0 0 / 0 0 0
$ROM (ProShares Ultra Technology) ETF Ranking: #9 2019 (101%) #48 2020 YTD (51%)
$ROM (ProShares Ultra Technology)

ETF Ranking:
#9 2019 (101%)
#48 2020 YTD (51%)
$ROM (ProShares Ultra Technology)

ETF Ranking:
#9 2019 (101%)
#48 2020 YTD (51%)
563 2 0.36% 0 0 0 / 0 0 2
Had a great test run of @copy_ai two weeks ago for Finlister.com can't wait to use it more twitter.com/PaulYacoubian/…
Had a great test run of @copy_ai two weeks ago for Finlister.com can't wait to use it more https://twitter.com/PaulYacoubian/status/1321076995904675841
Had a great test run of @copy_ai two weeks ago for Finlister.com can't wait to use it more https://twitter.com/PaulYacoubian/status/1321076995904675841
824 11 1.33% 3 0 0 / 0 3 5
November Returns are looking like 17% with 1 day to go. vs $SPY 10% $QQQ 11% $ARKW 21% Top Gains of the month: $WORK 62% $TSLA 46% $LMND 42% Still fascinated by this market. Still evaluating whether I push harder into ETFs. Monthly comparisons make me think yes, longer = no.
November Returns are looking like 17% with 1 day to go.

vs
$SPY 10%
$QQQ 11%
$ARKW 21%

Top Gains of the month:
$WORK 62%
$TSLA 46%
$LMND 42%

Still fascinated by this market. Still evaluating whether I push harder into ETFs. Monthly comparisons make me think yes, longer = no.
November Returns are looking like 17% with 1 day to go.

vs
$SPY 10%
$QQQ 11%
$ARKW 21%

Top Gains of the month:
$WORK 62%
$TSLA 46%
$LMND 42%

Still fascinated by this market. Still evaluating whether I push harder into ETFs. Monthly comparisons make me think yes, longer = no.
1,550 18 1.16% 4 2 0 / 0 0 12
$QQQM is a new "Mini" derivative of $QQQ. The same holdings for 25% less fees but the short term cost is liquidity. $500m vs $141b under management. A clever way to buy a small ETF, if $141b AUM screens it out.
$QQQM is a new "Mini" derivative of

$QQQ. The same holdings for 25% less fees but the short term cost is liquidity.

$500m vs $141b under management.

A clever way to buy a small ETF, if $141b AUM screens it out.
$QQQM is a new "Mini" derivative of

$QQQ. The same holdings for 25% less fees but the short term cost is liquidity.

$500m vs $141b under management.

A clever way to buy a small ETF, if $141b AUM screens it out.
770 4 0.52% 1 1 0 / 0 0 2
When I first read $LMND "will start selling life insurance this quarter but will not underwrite it" I didn't like it that much. Three weeks later I think of it like $AMZN watching which products are selling well and then launching their own if it is profitable twitter.com/GetBenchmarkCo…
When I first read $LMND "will start selling life insurance this quarter but will not underwrite it" I didn't like it that much.

Three weeks later I think of it like $AMZN watching which products are selling well and then launching their own if it is profitable https://twitter.com/GetBenchmarkCo/status/1332439202395545601
When I first read $LMND "will start selling life insurance this quarter but will not underwrite it" I didn't like it that much.

Three weeks later I think of it like $AMZN watching which products are selling well and then launching their own if it is profitable https://twitter.com/GetBenchmarkCo/status/1332439202395545601
1,460 10 0.68% 6 2 0 / 0 0 2
Looks like market is happy with prioritising profitability rather than growth at all costs. (How I interpreted earnings call) which is refreshing to see. ...but may be the general frothyness of the market of late. Still very early days. twitter.com/stusim/status/… pic.twitter.com/9FMNEBgD7M
Looks like market is happy with prioritising profitability rather than growth at all costs. (How I interpreted earnings call) which is refreshing to see.

...but may be the general frothyness of the market of late.

Still very early days. https://twitter.com/stusim/status/1328418104129404929 pic.twitter.com/9FMNEBgD7M
Looks like market is happy with prioritising profitability rather than growth at all costs. (How I interpreted earnings call) which is refreshing to see.

...but may be the general frothyness of the market of late.

Still very early days. https://twitter.com/stusim/status/1328418104129404929 pic.twitter.com/9FMNEBgD7M
938 7 0.75% 2 1 0 / 0 0 4
The current price of a stock is never wrong. That said, I’m glad i have been in the market at least 6 years (not much still) to try and reconcile this. twitter.com/charliebilello…
The current price of a stock is never wrong.

That said, I’m glad i have been in the market at least 6 years (not much still) to try and reconcile this. https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1332369964033073155
The current price of a stock is never wrong.

That said, I’m glad i have been in the market at least 6 years (not much still) to try and reconcile this. https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1332369964033073155
700 1 0.14% 1 0 0 / 0 0 0
$SPXL (Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 3X Shares) ETF Ranking: #8 2019 (101%) #1612 2020 YTD (-9%)
$SPXL (Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 3X Shares)

ETF Ranking:
#8 2019 (101%)
#1612 2020 YTD (-9%)
$SPXL (Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 3X Shares)

ETF Ranking:
#8 2019 (101%)
#1612 2020 YTD (-9%)
523 1 0.19% 1 0 0 / 0 0 0
$SOXL was the best performing ETF in 2019 From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods. If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have outperformed $SOXL 32% of the time.
$SOXL was the best performing ETF in 2019

From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have outperformed $SOXL 32% of the time.
$SOXL was the best performing ETF in 2019

From 2017 to today there were 727x 365day periods.

If you bought and held $SPY for any one of those periods, you would have outperformed $SOXL 32% of the time.
813 2 0.25% 2 0 0 / 0 0 0
The top 9 ETFs from 2017 were all in the bottom 8% in 2018. Repeating top 1% Year over Year is challenging. pic.twitter.com/fqQpixeoci
The top 9 ETFs from 2017 were all in the bottom 8% in 2018.

Repeating top 1% Year over Year is challenging. pic.twitter.com/fqQpixeoci
The top 9 ETFs from 2017 were all in the bottom 8% in 2018.

Repeating top 1% Year over Year is challenging. pic.twitter.com/fqQpixeoci
1,151 6 0.52% 1 1 1 / 0 0 3
This year, Tech ETFs with less holdings are outperforming Tech ETFs with more holdings by nearly 50%.
This year, Tech ETFs with less holdings are outperforming Tech ETFs with more holdings by nearly 50%.
This year, Tech ETFs with less holdings are outperforming Tech ETFs with more holdings by nearly 50%.
1,356 17 1.25% 7 1 1 / 0 0 8

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