Firms To Withstand Leverage ETFs Review

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September 14, 2009 9:00am ETF BASIC NEWS

leverage-etfsProducts and companies offering leveraged and inverse ETFs are likely to survive the scrutiny faced by the ETFs, Financial Times reports. The Securities and Exchange Commission, along with


 the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, issued warnings against the complex ETFs.

Firms, including UBS, Ameriprise, Edward Jones, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo Advisors and LPL Financial, have imposed restrictions on leveraged and inverse ETFs. ProShares is the largest provider of leveraged and short ETFs, with $27 billion in assets under management.

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