I'm primarily a trader because I can currently make more money with options leverage, than buying and holding. I think for smaller accounts like me, the pay off and risk is better in the short term, especially in this extreme bull market. If you're a long term investor with a lower risk allocation and less time on your hands, buying and holding is a no brainer. Trading also comes with a steep learning curve and there's a price to pay.
But, I digress, AKRF and ARKQ are the two funds that are lagging behind, not counting IZRL and PRNT (they're indexed not active). This means ARKF (especially because it has better options and is cheaper) has more room to grow with all the buzz happening in the banking and crypto industry rn. Even JPM admits they're fucked if they don't do anything.
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All the ARKs look bound for some sort of small correction, especially ARKF on the 4Hr time frame. Long dated call options on some ETFs are practically free money right now.