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Well, that's why I keep transferring in more cash to buy more shares.

>You are exposing yourself to certain near-term loss, which will KILL YOUR GAINS over the long-term.
Read the ddnums link. Slightly below 3X is optimal for long-term holding of S&P.
No, 1X is not optimal. Why would it be? Why would it be more optimal than 0.9X or 1.1X?
If the market goes up on average, then you can increase the leverage until it is overtaken by drawdown, which occurs a little before 3X.
(NOTE: for NASDAQ, optimal leverage is roughly 2X, which is why I picked SPXL instead of TQQQ)

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