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NYSEARCA:ONN, NYSEARCA:SPHB, NYSEARCA:BGU, NYSEARCA:XIV, NYSEARCA:IWM
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I hope you had a chance to read my article on Tuesday, titled “Which Signals Tell You That the Market Is About to Drop?” As we’ve seen, a market correction has already started, and I believe
Bear markets begin when something fundamental breaks. Usually the sector initially affected will roll over before the general market and tends to be a warning sign of what lies ahead.
When leveraged and inverse ETFs were first launched, many investors weren’t aware of the negative effects that daily rebalancing would have on the long-term performance of those ETFs
In recent years, few corners of the investing world have been the subject of as much controversy, misinformation, and confusion as the leveraged ETF space. Last summer these securities received
“Jumping into a stock because your rich neighbor did, or because you heard about it from your friend’s uncle who used to work on Wall Street, or because CNBC has been talking about it nonstop
“The Direxion Daily Large Cap Bull 3X Shares (NYSE:BGU) — This exchange-traded fund (ETF) seeks to equal 300% of the daily performance of the Russell 1000 Index. Since it tracks large-cap stocks
This year has been a frustrating one for investors, as equity markets came racing out of the gate only to lose steam as much anticipated job creation failed to materialize and much of the developed
Direxion, a pioneer in providing alternative and tactically-oriented investment strategies to sophisticated investors, is pleased to announce the listing of six Direxion Shares Daily ETFs
With all the criticism about leveraged ETF’s, not much has been said about how much of a great investment tool they are. Many day traders have relied on margin for decades
“Isn’t it time regulators stopped issuing empty press releases about leveraged ETFs and started regulating? One would think so. If financial regulators really want to do something productive and meaningfully important for the investing public’s benefit, they should begin by forcing providers of short
You do not here much about options trading in leveraged ETF’s. This trader is an active ETF options trader which shared some insight to the leveraged ETF options market.