SQQQ is a stock that provides investors with inverse exposure to the NASDAQ 100 index, which includes 100 of the world’s largest non-financial companies. Investors can trade the SQQQ stock price in a range of prices, from zero to over ten percent. It also pays dividends. The last dividend was worth 0.0302 per share.
ProShares UltraPro Short QQQ seeks to provide investors with daily investment results that exceed the NASDAQ-100 Index. In the past three years, the SQQQ stock price has outperformed the NASDAQ-100 Index by more than four percent. Over the past three months, SQQQ has outperformed the stock market ETF (SPY).
The SQQQ index is inverse to the NASDAQ-100 index, and provides exposure to stocks that are performing poorly in the broader market. The index includes approximately half of the world’s non-financial companies, as well as over 50% of technology companies. It also includes nearly 20% of telecommunications companies and consumer discretionary companies.
During Friday trading, ProShares UltraPro Short QQQ saw strong volume, with 4,044,266 shares traded. However, the volume was down 96% compared to the previous session.