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Mit Short-ETFs auf fallende Kurse setzen
 
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Pessimisten sehen überall dunkle Wolken, so auch am DAX-Himmel. Doch auch wenn es abwärts geht, können Anleger profitieren. Eine Möglichkeit sind ETFs, die die Wertentwicklung eines Index invers abbilden. Welche Möglichkeiten diese Short-ETFs bieten und was es für Anleger zu beachten gilt, darüber spricht Bianca Thomas mit Thomas Meyer zu Drewer von ComStage. Mehr Informationen zu den ETFs von Comstage finden Sie unter https://www.comstage.de.
Understanding Inverse ETFs
 
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Webinar: Chancen und Risiken von Short-ETFs
 
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Lernen Sie Deutschland ETF-Portal Nr. 1 kennen: https://www.extra-funds.de Die Aktienmärkte sind seit Jahresanfang beinahe täglich von Rekord zu Rekord geeilt. Doch was tun, wenn Märkte korrigieren? Oder Zinsen steigen und damit die Kurse festverzinslicher Papier fallen? Hier können sogenannte Short-ETFs hilfreich sein. Welche Chancen und Risiken dabei zu beachten sind, greift dieses Webinar auf. Referent ist Thomas Meyer zu Drewer, Geschäftsführer ComStage ETFs. Hier der Link zur ETF-Suche: https://www.extra-funds.de/etf-tools/etf-suche/ Hier der Link zu den ETF-Anlageleitfäden: https://www.extra-funds.de/investieren-mit-etfs/etf-anlageleitfaden/
Views: 402 EXtra-Magazin (ETF)
The Long and Short of Inverse ETFs
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do For active, risk-tolerant traders, an advantageous element of the proliferation of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) is the ability to establish short positions on broad market indexes, sectors, regions and other asset classes without having to use old school shorting techniques. Thank inverse ETFs for that. Inverse ETFs, also known as short ETFs or bear ETFs, usually hold a basket of derivatives, including futures and swaps, that allow the fund to establish short exposure on a particular index or sector. Today, there are hundreds of inverse ETFs trading in the U.S. allowing investors to short everything from the S&P 500 to utilities stocks to U.S. government bonds. Prior to inverse ETFs, traders looking to establish bearish positions would have to, among other strategies, short individual stocks. Shorting individual stocks is risky on a number of levels, not the least of which is the potential for unlimited upside, which would punish shorts. Additionally, individual investors looking to short single stocks may have to borrow on margin and possibly pay hard-to-borrow fees, making a bearish trade costly. Put options have are another favorite idea for bearish positions, but in this case, traders have to get the trade before the options expire whereas time constraints are not a factor with inverse ETFs. While inverse ETFs should not be held for extended time frames, some traders do hold these products for several weeks, opting for inverse ETFs over put options. Clearing Up Some Confusion Among other issues associated with inverse ETFs, one primary source of confusions stems from the fact that inverse ETFs are often mentioned alongside leveraged ETFs. Perhaps that is attributable to the fact that two of the largest issuers of leveraged ETFs in the U.S., ProShares and Direxion, are also major issuers of inverse ETFs. However, leveraged ETFs are different than inverse ETFs. For example, many leveraged ETFs are bullish plays. Second, and perhaps another source of confusion, is that there are plenty of inverse leveraged ETFs. In either case, leveraged ETFs are used to magnify the returns of an index, sector or other asset over an intraday time frame. A triple-leveraged bullish S&P 500 ETF should return 3% on a day when the S&P 500 rises 1%. Conversely, a triple-leveraged bearish S&P 500 ETF should rise 3% on a day when the index falls 1%. Put simply, not all inverse ETFs are leveraged. An unleveraged inverse ETF will, in a perfect world, deliver 1% of the daily inverse returns of the benchmark it is designed to track. For example, an unleveraged S&P 500 ETF will rise 1% on a day when the S&P 500 declines 1%. Leveraged ETFs are best used as daily instruments and the same can be said of inverse ETFs due to the daily re-jiggering necessary to make these products function. Direxion rebalances exposure daily by buying or selling swaps to ensure that each fund tracks as closely as possible to 300% or 200% (or 300%, 20
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My Favorite ETFs To Trade | Investing In The Stock Market
 
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ETF LIST: http://etfdb.com/type/equity/all/inverse/ Follow Chris: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChrisLupercio123 Follow Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blaketoves/ 1. Course & Mentorship: https://learn-plan-profit.teachable.com/ 2. Free Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/206449886400926/ 3. Techbuds App: http://www.techbudsolutions.com/ 4. Get Your Free Stock: http://share.robinhood.com/rogelig27 5. Techbuds Apparel: https://www.techbudsapparel.com/preorder 6. Do You Want To Live In One Of My Entrepreneurial Homes? Sign Up For Free To Reserve: https://www.milkyassets.com/ 7. Techbuds Insta: https://www.instagram.com/techbudsolutions/ 8. Ricky's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rickygutierrezz/ 9. Rent a car on Turo, Get $25 Off: https://turo.com/c/rickyg37 For those who are interested in Trading & Investing, I encourage you to join my Facebook Team of over 54,000 Entrepreneurs for free! Thank you for the support, the best way to reach out to me is through our private discord chat, please DM me. If you have any suggestions for future videos such as Day Trading, Investing, Stock Market, Real Estate, Car Sales, Robinhood, TD Ameritrade, Crypto & bitcoin, Entrepreneurship, Forex, Online Marketing, Online Sales or fun daily vlogs. Please let me know. DISCLAIMER: Please note that i do not ask for any information. I always encourage our members to trade ONLY what you understand and never based on anyone's opinion. My videos are for entertainment purposes only.any questions to message me as i would love to be a part of your success.
Views: 12199 Ricky Gutierrez
Bullish/Long Online and Bearish/Short Stores ETF ($CLIX): Technical Analysis of Datapoints
 
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Top Ranked Healthcare ETFs for Long Term Investors
 
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Healthcare was the best performing sector in Q2; we discuss the reasons behind the outperformance and the best ETFs (XLV, VHT)
Views: 891 ZacksInvestmentNews
Inverse ETFs : Profit from Stock Market Crash? Ep#023
 
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Inverse ETF trading video shows you trading tips for active traders. Forward this video to a friend! for more, visit http://www.TradeMastery.com learn how once you join me as a member at: http://SwingScans.com (swing traders) and/or http://TradingTheOpen.com (day traders) Day trading & swing trading. See industry leader Ken Calhoun, President of http://www.TradeMastery.com in this powerful new video. Learn day trading and how a real daytrader looks for entries and exits in each morning's markets. No actual trades are taken, all information for training/education. Day traders have trusted us since 1999. All information for educational/information use only, no recommendations nor offers to buy/sell nor trade any instrument are being made. Full disclaimer at www.daytradinguniversity.com/disclaim.ht­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­m (c) 2016 All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Learn more at www.TradingTheOpen.com , our live trading room for active traders. Ken has been featured in Moneyshow, Active Trader, Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, and more. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Rule 4.41 HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS HAVE MANY INHERENT LIMITATIONS, SOME OF WHICH ARE DESCRIBED BELOW. NO REPRESENTATION IS BEING MADE THAT ANY ACCOUNT WILL OR IS LIKELY TO ACHIEVE PROFITS OR LOSSES SIMILAR TO THOSE SHOWN. IN FACT, THERE ARE FREQUENTLY SHARP DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS AND THE ACTUAL RESULTS SUBSEQUENTLY ACHIEVED BY ANY PARTICULAR TRADING PROGRAM. ONE OF THE LIMITATIONS OF HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS IS THAT THEY ARE GENERALLY PREPARED WITH THE BENEFIT OF HINDSIGHT. IN ADDITION, HYPOTHETICAL TRADING DOES NOT INVOLVE FINANCIAL RISK, AND NO HYPOTHETICAL TRADING RECORD CAN COMPLETELY ACCOUNT FOR THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL RISK IN ACTUAL TRADING. FOR EXAMPLE, THE ABILITY TO WITHSTAND LOSSES OR ADHERE TO A PARTICULAR TRADING PROGRAM IN SPITE OF TRADING LOSSES ARE MATERIAL POINTS WHICH CAN ALSO ADVERSELY AFFECT ACTUAL TRADING RESULTS. THERE ARE NUMEROUS OTHER FACTORS RELATED TO THE MARKETS IN GENERAL OR TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ANY SPECIFIC TRADING PROGRAM WHICH CANNOT BE FULLY ACCOUNTED FOR IN THE PREPARATION OF HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS AND ALL OF WHICH CAN ADVERSELY AFFECT ACTUAL TRADING RESULTS
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What are Inverse ETFs? What are Leveraged ETFs? Part 3 🙌👍
 
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Inverse and Leverage ETFs. Let's talk about leveraged exchange traded funds. http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/Exchange-traded-funds.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! An inverse ETF basically inverses the performance so if you've got an inverse of the S&P500, if the S&P500 goes up then the S&P500 goes down. A leveraged ETF magnifies the gain - it aims to make 2 or 3 times the movement of the underlying asset it is tracking. You can also have an inverse leveraged ETF... TBT - aims to do twice the inverse of the 20+ Year Treasury Bond SDS - aims to do twice the inverse of the S&P 500 i.e. UltraShort S&P500 ETF TZA - aims to do triple the inverse of the Small Cap i.e. Direxion's Daily Small Cap Bear 3X Shares FAZ - aims to do triple the inverse of the Financials i.e. Direxion Financial Bear 3X (FAZ) ETF UVXY - VIX ETF but double. In this series: ETFs, What is An Exchange Traded Fund? Part 1 🙌 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUv4A-y52jw Main ETFs to Trade Part 2 👍👌 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zecElizm4g What are Inverse ETFs? What are Leveraged ETFs? Part 3 🙌👍 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfPDpq4BaUs The Hidden Dangers of Leveraged ETFs: Why Leveraged ETFs Are Not a Long-Term Bet - Part 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7dNVJeQ9cE
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3 Rules for Investing in Bond ETFs
 
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Robert Smith, chief investment officer at Sage Advisory, explains how he has positioned clients for the next Fed move, and how he picks exchange traded funds. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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ComStage ETF-Marktgespräch vom 19.05.2016 - Fallende Märkte: Sind Short-ETFs als Anlage geeignet?
 
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Der Jahresbeginn 2016 an den internationalen Kapitalmärkten war alles andere als erfreulich. Kaum eine Anlageklasse, die nicht deutlich unter die Räder gekommen war. Und damit stellt sich für Anleger nicht nur die Frage, wie es weitergehen kann, sondern auch, was sie als Investor tun können. Natürlich kennen Sie den Appell an den langfristig orientierten Anleger, dabei zu bleiben und weiter in Aktien-ETFs zu investieren. Am besten über Sparpläne, denn das nimmt Ihnen die Entscheidung ab, wann der richtige Einstiegszeitpunkt sein könnte. Aber gibt es neben der flexiblen Anlageform Sparpläne nicht noch andere Möglichkeiten? In unserem nächsten ETF-Marktgespräch mit Thomas Meyer zu Drewer, Geschäftsführer von ComStage, diskutieren wir am 19. Mai 2016, ob Short-ETFs in fallenden Märkten als sinnvolle Ergänzung zur Strukturierung eines Depots geeignet sind. AuchWährend des Webinars die Möglichkeit haben Sie wie immer die Möglichkeit, Ihre Fragen direkt unserem Referenten zu stellen.
Trading Leveraged ETFs For Max Profits
 
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Trading Leveraged ETFs For Max Profits walks through the risks and benefits of trading these highly speculative 2x and 3x leveraged bull and bear ETFs. ► Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2kLE2Pz ORIGINAL ARTICLE LINK which has been updated with new examples, a section on volatility decay, contango impact, and more: http://www.thetraderisk.com/trading-leveraged-etfs-for-max-profits SKIP AHEAD: What are leveraged ETFs? 1:44 How are leveraged ETFs constructed? 3:24 What are the risks of trading leveraged ETFs? 5:09 What are the benefits of trading leveraged ETFs? 13:36 My strategy for trading leveraged ETFs 17:55 Universe of leveraged ETFs 26:00 At The Trade Risk, we help traders make money in the stock market. Learn More: https://www.theTradeRisk.com Newsletter: https://www.theTradeRisk.com/newsletter Trade Alerts: https://www.theTradeRisk.com/swing-trade-alerts Market Dashboard: https://www.theTradeRisk.com/market-health-dashboard Breadth Cycles: https://www.theTradeRisk.com/stock-market-breadth-cycles Follow Us: https://www.twitter.com/evanmedeiros Thank you for watching!
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Healthcare ETFs for Long Term Investors
 
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Healthcare ETFs have been beating the broader markets over the last couple of years and the outlook still remains positive (VHT, XLV).
Views: 2049 ZacksInvestmentNews
Understanding VIX ETFs and Options | Dan Gibby
 
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-What is the VIX (fear index) and what makes it move -How to trade the VIX ETF (UVXY) -- long and short -- with price patterns -Understand how VIX options are priced and how to profit with a defined edge Investor Inspiration delivers unbiased investment information by providing a platform for top tier investors to both educate you and inform you about their products. Our primary method of delivering investment information is is through webinars featuring multiple industry leading speakers. Find your inspiration today by joining us in our next live webinar or viewing one of our on demand webinar sessions. Register Now for Our Next Live Event - http://bit.ly/youtube_ii Stay up to date with Investor Inspiration by liking our Facebook page - http://on.fb.me/1wzMN1H
Using Index Short ETFs In Your Trading & Investing
 
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The benefits of incorporating the use of inverse or "short" ETFs that track the major US stock indexes into your trading & investing. The pros & cons of using leveraged vs. non-leveraged ETFs are also covered along with the most liquid inverse ETFs commonly used as either a pure-play short on the stock market or as a hedge to an existing portfolio of long positions.
5 Mistakes Investors Make with ETFs | Fidelity
 
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In this video, learn about the five biggest mistakes that investors make when buying ETFs, or exchange-traded funds. To learn the basics about ETFs, visit https://www.fidelity.com/learning-center/investment-products/etf/overview. To get started investing with ETFs, visit https://www.fidelity.com/etfs/overview To see more videos from Fidelity Investments, subscribe to: https://www.youtube.com/fidelityinvestments Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fidelityinvestments Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/fidelity Google+: https://plus.google.com/+fidelity LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fidelity-investments --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Let’s talk about the five biggest mistakes investors can make when buying exchange-traded funds. ETFs can be good tools for investors - when used appropriately. But with any investment, there are always things to watch out for. Number 1: Buying the Hot New Thing More than 100 new ETF products launch each year, many of them chasing the latest hot trend. Cloud computing, driverless cars, 3-D printing … you name it, there’s an ETF for that. Buying into the latest hot theme might make you big returns, but take care: These product launches may come after there has been a run up in the market. Buying at the top can be painful on the way down. Number 2: Buying Something You Don’t Understand The only thing worse than chasing the hottest trend is buying something you don’t understand. ETFs have taken institutional strategies and made them push-button-easy for everyday investors to access. Want access to commodity futures? There’s an ETF for that. 300% leverage? 200% short? Interest-rate carry plays? Yes to all. But just because you can buy something easily doesn’t mean you should. All of these funds may be good tools, but only if you know how to use them correctly. Number 3: Thinking All ETFs Are Created Equal Consider China. At the start of 2014, there were more than a dozen broad-based China ETFs. For example, had you chosen PGJ, the PowerShares Golden Dragon China ETF, at the start of the year, you would have lost more than 7% of your money. Had you instead chosen ASHR, the Deutsche Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF, you would have earned a 51% return. Both are “China ETFs.” Both can provide big, diversified portfolios. But ASHR has significant exposure to Chinese Ashares—largely consumer-focused stocks listed and traded on the domestic Chinese market— which performed spectacularly well in 2014. Don’t assume all ETFs are created equal. Just because two ETFs cover the same market doesn’t mean they provide the same exposure or returns. There’s no guarantee which fund will perform better in the future. But if you wanted to invest last year in the growth of the Chinese consumer and the domestic investor base there, a little bit of research would have gone a long way. Number 4: Trading…Just Because You Can Trading is central to ETFs. It’s right there in the name. But just because you can trade an ETF intraday doesn’t mean you should. Emotions are often an investor’s worst enemy. You zig when you should zag; you sell at the bottom and buy at the top. We all do sometimes. The trouble is ETFs make that even easier than traditional mutual funds. ETFs’ intraday liquidity can be great when you need to get into or out of the market quickly. But those situations are rare. Number 5: Only Using Market Orders When you do invest, consider using a limit order versus a market order. Market orders are instructions to buy or sell securities at the best possible price right now. That can work well for the most liquid ETFs, but as you move beyond the top dozen ETFs, you can find yourself getting trades executed at prices you don’t really want. Using a limit order means you agree to buy an ETF at a certain price or below, and sell it at a certain price or above. A limit order puts the control back in your hands and can help you set the price on your terms. Learn from these common mistakes to help avoid making them yourself. Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC, Member NYSE, SIPC, 900 Salem Street, Smithfield, Rhode Island, 02917 723254.2.0
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Death by Leveraged ETFs - Warning About Exchange Traded Funds!
 
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Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are just like stocks, but there is a major problem with them. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/PeterLeedsPennyStock Do not buy or sell any ETF until you watch this warning. Subscribe to our channel, to learn more about investing, penny stocks, and profits from high-quality, low-priced shares: https://www.youtube.com/user/PeterLeedsPennyStock ETFs are a lot like a mutual fund, in that they hold a group of investments (stocks + bonds). The beauty is that they trade just like stocks, and have lower commissions, and you can trade any time. Each ETF is designed to mimic a specific investment or group of investments. So, for example, GLD attempts to copy the movements of gold prices. If you think gold will go higher, you can buy GLD. If you believe the economy of Africa will grow, you could buy AFK, if you want more exposure to Germany, you could purchase EWG, and so on. Warning number 1, and this isn't what I need to tell you about in this video, sometimes trading can be thin, so use limit orders rather than market orders if you are going to trade them, especially true in the very early or very last trading minutes each day. Anyway, here is the problem with ETFs which can cost you a huge amount of money. ETFs are actively managed, being continually rebalanced so that their holdings reflect the intention of the ETF. For example, INDA is meant to mirror the action of a wide range of companies in India. It involves 85% of the Indian stock market, and needs to be adjusted on a daily basis to make sure it is staying true to its purpose. With these adjustments comes a small management fee. Typically this expense will be very small, usually a fraction of a percent, and is typically less than a common mutual fund. - straight-up ETFs are pretty good, but leveraged ETFs will destroy your investment. - if tracking oil prices, USO will move very similarly to oil. If oil goes up 10%, the ETF may only rise 9.8%. This slight loss is barely noticeable, and it is called slippage. Not a huge deal, but this happens every day. When you get into leveraged ETFs, this becomes a major problem. For example, UWTI is designed to provide 3 times the return of WTI oil. If WTI goes up 1%, UWTI tries to rise 3%. Likewise, if WTI falls 1%, UWTI would fall about 3 times that much. The problem is slippage. In reality if WTI rises 2%, UWTI is designed to climb three times that much, so 6%. However, in reality it may only gain 5.95%, for example. Then, if WTI falls 2%, it is back to where it originally started, but UWTI is designed to fall 3 times that amount, or 6%. In reality, it will likely fall a tiny bit more than 6. These slight shortfalls get applied every day, so if you lose a fraction of your investment, again and again and again, you are suffering a slow bleed. You probably wouldn't even notice it on any single day, but that is why the long term charts of any leverage ETF are always in a slow, steady downtrend. ETFs, especially the leveraged ones, are great for making a very short term call, but should never be used for long term investing. For example, if you expect oil prices to spike, you could play it by buying UWTI, but do it only as a short term trade. If you hold for weeks or months, you will almost certainly lose . Protect yourself when trading ETFs. Consider avoiding buying or selling in the first few or final few minutes. And do not hold ETFs for extended lengths of time, especially the leveraged ones. . Get More From Peter Leeds: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PeterLeedsPennyStock HOME = https://www.peterleeds.com/ .... Facebook = http://bit.ly/1t4Tifo Twitter = https://twitter.com/peter_leeds Penny Stocks for Dummies = http://amzn.to/1WyGaLo ... E-Mail: [email protected] Phone: 1.866.695.3337 .
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These 2 Large-Cap ETFs Fall Short
 
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SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average and PowerShares Dynamic Large Cap Value earn only Neutral ratings from Morningstar. For all Morningstar videos: http://www.morningstar.com/cover/videocenter.aspx
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How to Use Leveraged ETFs
 
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A set of defined reactions is the best way to use the high volatility of leveraged ETFs for greater profit. Contrary to media warnings, leveraged ETFs beat the market over many time periods even with a simple buy-and-hold approach. A look at my performance tables proves it. We can improve upon their performance by running 2x and 3x leveraged ETFs through defined reactions that extract profit from their higher highs and add capital to their lower lows. ___________________________ Want more information like this? Please subscribe to this channel! To review the long-term performance of buying and holding leveraged funds, please visit my Strategies page: http://jasonkelly.com/resources/strategies/ Thank you for watching!
Views: 6906 The Kelly Letter
Using Short ETFs to Battle a Down Market
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do With the stock market currently falling, you may be tempted to sell your stocks to take in some gains. But there's another way to protect against loss in your portfolio: short selling. Shorting a stock can be risky and difficult to accomplish. You have to cover many bases, including getting a margin account, selecting the stock you want to short, and finding another party willing to loan you the equities. It's a lot of work and if you aren't a financial professional, the time you spend could easily add up to the equivalent of a part time job. There is another way to see the benefits of selling short and it takes less work: Use a short ETF, which essentially does the short selling for you. (For related reading, see: Short Selling Tutorial.) Short ETFs look to give you the inverse return of the index or category that they are following. Thus, if you believe the market is going to continue to decline, you could purchase an ETF that shorts the S&P 500. If the market goes down by 10%, the short ETF would increase by 10%. When shorting you can also choose to be short more than one times the index. For example, you can short the S&P 500 by two or three times, thus increasing your gains on the market decline. When searching for these ETFs you will see them labeled as 2x, 3x, or Ultra Short. You can also use short ETFs to hedge against downturns in commodities, bonds and sectors of the stock market. (For related reading, see: How Short Selling Works.) Things to Keep in Mind Short ETFs can't offer an exact inverse relationship due to fees and daily adjustments to the ETF. Fees on some of these ETFs can be high, which eat into your return no matter what the investment. (The list below targets ETFs with an expense ratio of 1.25 or lower.) This is not a long term approach to investing. Overall the market typically goes up, so over time this strategy will not be beneficial. Using a short position is best for when you believe things are overvalued and want downside protection without selling out of your long position. Short selling is a timing issue. You may believe the market is overvalued and go on to place the trade, but you might be six months ahead of a downturn. You can lose a lot of money in the time before your belief becomes reality. These tools can be very illiquid, meaning you may not be able to sell out when you want. Look at the trading volumes to ensure you can get out if you need liquidity. Here are some ideas for short ETFs in the three asset classes, but remember to use these as starting points to your own research: (For related reading, see: Downtrending Stocks to Short or Sell.) In the equities area you can try the ProShares Short S&P 500 (SH) to do a simple short of the market or the Proshares Ultra Short S&P 500 (SDS) to get a double inverse of the overall market. For sector short selling there are many options. Some include Proshares Short Oil and Gas (DDG), ProShares Ultra Short FTSE China 50 (FXP), Proshares Sho
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Hedge Fund Replicating ETFs
 
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All Hedge Fund Managers say "thank you for supporting their investment and adding fuel to their short hedge position when unwound in a carry trade. Exchange-traded funds designed to mimic the strategies of hedge funds are mimicking their way into some serious losses of late. Alpha ETF's short and Beta do not. In the investment world there are two kinds of people -- those who want to beat the market, and those who want to be the market. Hedge fund managers are the former, while index fund managers are the latter. But what happens when an indexer wants to track the hedge fund market? You end up with funds bearing wonky, impenetrable-sounding names like the AdvisorShares QAM Equity Hedge (QEH) and AlphaClone Alternative Alpha (ALFA). If you can make it past the jargony horror of the fund names and their strategies, they're a pretty interesting bunch. The AdvisorShares QAM ETF, started last August, uses what’s known as a (you were warned) “beta replication” strategy to mimic the HFRI Equity Hedge Total Index of 1,000 hedge funds. “Attempts” is the key word because unlike a Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index fund, which can buy each stock in its benchmark, ETFs aren’t legally allowed to invest in illiquid hedge funds. What’s more, even if ETFs could do that, many of the best hedge funds in the index are closed to new investors. 400 top-performing hedge fund managers via their quarterly 13F filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. He then selects 75 of their favorite stocks for the ETF. Another fund with a similar 13F-based strategy, the Global X Top Guru Holdings Index (GURU), also launched last year. Such strategies face a host of obstacles. Securities law allows hedge fund managers to file 13F holdings reports 45 days after the quarter ends. Many wait until the last minute to reveal their portfolios. So most of that information is at least 45 days old, and information on stock buys could be as much as 135 days old if they were bought at the start of the quarter. To counteract this, Jadallah scores each manager’s portfolio based on the persistence of their performance after their holdings are disclosed -- that is, how well their stock holdings continue to perform long after the 13Fs are filed. He has 13F data for managers dating back to 2000, and only the holdings of those funds with top persistence ratings go in the ETF. A potentially bigger problem is that 13F filings don't disclose what hedge funds are shorting or betting against. “You’ve kind of taken the hedge out of the hedge fund strategy if you don’t know what these funds are shorting,”
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Tips for Making Short and Leveraged ETFs Work for You
 
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Inverse and leveraged ETFs offer traders an opportunity to make money when financial markets fall along with magnifying gains. What does 2x and 3x mean? Before diving in, Ron DeLegge, Editor at ETFguide.com offers some important tips. Subscribe to the ETF Profit Strategy Newsletter @ http://www.etfguide.com/newsletter
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How To Trade Trend Reversals | With Inverse ETF's
 
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In this trading lesson video, we will be going over how to trade trend reversals in the market, and how you can long inverse ETF's during these volatile moments to really build your bank roll. With the market going on its uptrend the past few weeks, we saw that this week there was a sign for a pullback to come in the market. When this happens, and you see volatility coming in, switching over to inverse ETF's can be a sure way to minimize your risk, with a much larger reward that most setups. This trade review we go over the TVIX, and its inverse pattern with the SPY and stock market. These kinds of trades happen in other tickers like UVXY, another powerful etf we use during these market pullbacks. The idea is staying ontop of the trend. Failing to do so will have you longing stocks during pullbacks, and shorting stocks during pops. You have to be dynamic and manipulate your trading strategy around the sentiment of the market. As we always say, the path of least resistance is the trend. You don't want to fight it, you want to ride the wave with it. Use this inverse trading pattern next time you see oversold market indicators and watch what happens when the market pulls back and these inverse tickers take off. Trade smart, trade fast, and trade profitably! Cheers everyone! If you want to join our next 60-day bootcamp, you can get all the course details here: https://bullsonwallstreet.com/trading-courses/ Check out our FREE trading education library: http://bullsonwallstreet.com/blogs/education/ Subscribe to our channel and get access to the newest trading videos every week. ## About Bulls on Wall Street We teach day trading strategies and swing trading strategies to both new and experienced traders. Our stock trading courses are an essential how-to trading guide for anyone who wants to become a winning day trader or swing trader. Twitter: @Kunal00, @bullsonwallst Bootcamp Stock Trading Course: http://bullsonwallstreet.com/trading-courses/ Day Trading Chat Room: http://bullsonwallstreet.com/bulls-vision/ Swing Trading Service: http://bullsonwallstreet.com/swing-trade-alerts/ ## Stock Trading Courses The Bulls on Wall Street trading courses teach the day trading strategies and swing trading strategies we use every day. Our courses will show you how to use technical analysis and chart patterns to find low risk, high reward stock trading opportunities. The Bulls Bootcamp stock trading course also includes a stock trading simulator, so you can practice what you've learned by paper trading, before trading live. Acquiring a high quality stock trading education is a must for anyone who aspires to day or swing trade stocks profitably. ## Day Trading Stocks A day trader is someone who buys and sells one or more stocks within the market hours of a single day. As day traders, we use stock scanning software to find new intraday stock trading opportunities every day. This allows us to trade the most active momentum stocks, taking advantage of low risk, high reward opportunities and then moving on. Our day trading service will not only alert you when we make trades, but also teach you the trading strategies we used to find and execute those trades. ## Swing Trading Stocks A swing trader buys a stock with a plan to hold it for several days or weeks. Our swing trading service teaches you the swing trading strategies we use to find and trade stocks. As a swing trading service subscriber, you will also receive trade alerts, market analysis, and swing trading how to videos. Swing trading is a great choice for anyone with a full time job, as it doesn't require you to sit at your computer during market hours.
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ETF Trading TQQQ TYP Bull vs Bear PCLN Long & Short Trade
 
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http://www.StockMarketFunding.com ETF Trading TQQQ TYP Bull vs Bear PCLN Long & Short Trade. Stock market indices remain volatile ahead of the Jackson Hole Federal Reserve meeting later in the week. In this live stock trading video we highlight the leveraged ETF Technology Sector ETF TYP 3x Bear vs TYH 3x Bull. Video RSS Feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/tradereducation Free Trial Signup http://onlinetradinginvesting.eventbrite.com Trading Community (Free to Join) http://www.DailyStockCharts.com Google +1 http://tiny.cc/GooglePlus1 Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TradingSchool Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OnlineTradingPlatform Tags etf market short bear trading stock "etf trading" TQQQ stocks "short trade" trader market markets economy economic technology volatility "stock trading" "nasdaq 100" analysis commentary trend trends chart charts business finance news technical investment options educational
HOW TO GET 300% MARKET RETURNS: Beating the Market with Leveraged ETFs
 
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Dave Ramsey Recommends Mutual Funds Over ETFs
 
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Learn to budget, beat debt, & build a legacy. Visit the online store today: https://goo.gl/GjPwhe Subscribe to stay up to date with the latest videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/DaveRamseyShow?sub_confirmation=1 Welcome to The Dave Ramsey Show like you've never seen it before. The show live streams on YouTube M-F 2-5pm ET! Watch Dave live in studio every day and see behind-the-scenes action from Dave's producers. Watch video profiles of debt-free callers and see them call in live from Ramsey Solutions. During breaks, you'll see exclusive content from people like Rachel Cruze, and Chris Hogan, Christy Wright and Chris Brown —as well as all kinds of other video pieces that we'll unveil every day. The Dave Ramsey Show channel will change the way you experience one of the most popular radio shows in the country!
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How Inverse And Leveraged ETFs Actually Work - Show #027
 
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http://optionalpha.com/show27 - In the past couple years inverse and leveraged ETFs have been some of the most highly traded securities because of their seemingly “cool” concept for speculation. I mean where else can you get such high exposure to financials or gold than with a 3X bull/bear ETF? In this session of The Option Alpha Podcast I’ll going to dig deep into how these products are both structured and priced so that you have a complete and full understanding of the “drag” they carry before investing. No this is not to say that you shouldn’t trade inverse and leveraged ETFs because I have before and will in the future. Instead, my goal is to make you smarter about how they derive their pricing so that your timeline for trading them might be adjusted or altered. I never promised this podcast would be a walk in the park, so if you are ready to be challenged and take your training to the next level then let’s get started. ================== Listen to our #1 rated investing podcast on iTunes: http://optionalpha.com/podcast ================== Download your free copy of the "The Ultimate Options Strategy Guide" including the top 18 strategies we use each month to generate consistent income: http://optionalpha.com/ebook ================== Grab your free "7-Step Entry Checklist" PDF download today. Our step-by-step guide of the top things you need to check before making your next option trade: http://optionalpha.com/7steps ================== Have more questions? We've put together more than 114+ Questions and detailed Answers taken from our community over the last 8 years into 1 huge "Answer Vault". Download your copy here: http://optionalpha.com/answers ================== Just getting started or new to options trading? You'll love our free membership with hours of video training and courses. Grab your spot here: http://optionalpha.com/free-membership ================== Register for one of our 5-star reviewed webinars where we take you through actionable trading strategies and real-time examples: http://optionalpha.com/webinars ================== - Kirk & The Option Alpha Team
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Best Short-Term Investment Options (for high return 🚀)
 
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⁉️ Does this sound familiar: You've got some money sitting around in cash and you want to invest it and make a decent return. BUT 💭 you don't want to tie up your money too long 💭 you don't want to lose it Are there opportunities that even exist in today's low interest environment for short-term investing? There are a ton of you that are in this same situation with money sitting in cash- but you don't know what you options are. Today I am going to talk about this very topic in response to a reader question I received. 💻 My reader, Tien asked "What is the best thing to do with my money for short-term grown when I still want accessibility?" I offered a few tips for Tien: ✳️ Even with low interest rates, keep enough in savings for emergencies ✳️ Don't be tempted by short-term growth ✳️ Peer-to-peer lending is not a short-term investment ✳️ Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) - They are low cost and offer a variety of options. Keep an emphasis on short-term bond ETFs in the 1-3 year range. You can get all the detailed information on each of these options in the video. 😉 ➡️ You can start your Betterment account here: https://www.goodfinancialcents.com/resources/betterment-youtube-invest-10k.php ★☆★ Want More Good Financial Cents? ★☆★ 💻 Check out my blog here: https://www.goodfinancialcents.com/ Listen to my podcast here: 🎙 https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/good-financial-cents-podcast-investing-building-wealth/id775107294?mt=2 Pick up my best selling book, Soldier of Finance, here: 📗 http://amzn.to/2xOH78V Connect with me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jjeffrose My most favorite inspiration T-shirt line, Compete Every Day: 👕 https://www.goodfinancialcents.com/compete
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Top 5 Inverse Oil ETFs to Short Oil in August 2017
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do We have selected five exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that concentrate on shorting oil stocks. The funds were selected based on assets under management (AUM) as of August 11, 2017. You would use these when you think the price of oil will drop. Note that none of the ETFs short actual oil stocks, but instead seek performance that is the inverse of an index. Some of these ETFs are leveraged, meaning they may use derivatives, futures contracts, and other advanced investment vehicles to achieve their goals. Whenever you see 2X, Ultra Short, 3X or Double in the fund’s name, it is a leveraged fund. Because these funds try to beat an index by two times or more, they can lose twice or three times the amount of money as well. (See also: New Leveraged Oil ETFs Coming Soon.) Oil prices are currently hovering at around $50 per barrel, due in large part to agreements spearheaded by OPEC to limit oil production that failed to raise the price of oil. No commodity price rises in a straight line. Investors who anticipate short-term drops in the price of oil can use inverse oil ETFs to take advantage of the drops. That makes these ETFs short-term plays in the current oil environment. (See also: The Risks of Investing in Inverse ETFs.) Some investors use inverse oil ETFs to cover losses they incur in their long oil positions during down trends. Others abandon long positions during down periods and short an oil index to increase profitability from oil investments. Here is how the top five inverse oil ETFs break down: 1. VelocityShares 3x Inverse Crude Oil ETN (DWTI) This ETF attempts to beat the S&P GSCI Crude Oil Index ER by 300% to the downside. Managers use futures contracts to pursue this strategy. Though the stated goal is to beat the index by 300%, investors should not expect to achieve this result for longer than one day. Avg. Volume: 3,568,012 Net Assets: $208.24 million YTD Return: -71.38% Expense Ratio (net): 0.00% 2. ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Crude Oil (SCO) The Bloomberg WTI Crude Oil SubindexSM provides the benchmark for this ETF. SCO has a goal of achieving the inverse of the index by 200%. This indicates the fund is leveraged and carries more risk due to its aggressive methods. Note that the target index tracks oil futures prices. Avg. Volume: 1,445,131 Net Assets: $155.44 million YTD Return: 14.06% Expense Ratio (net): 1.03% 3. DB Crude Oil Double Short ETN (DTO) The focus of DTO is light sweet crude oil. The fund's money managers utilize the Deutsche Bank Liquid Commodity index - Optimum Yield Oil Excess Return. This is a short play for investors who want to anticipate crude oil prices as directly as possible. However, since the fund is leveraged, it may hold investments that are aggressive and carry higher risk. Avg. Volume: 6,649 Net Assets: $42.16 million YTD Return: 19.24% Expense Ratio (net): 0.75% 4. United States Short Oil Fund (DNO) DNO focuses on West Texas Intermedia
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Leveraged And Short ETFs: Separating Fact From Fiction
 
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Leveraged and short exchange-traded funds have emerged as some of the most popular trading tools in Europe. The funds give investors a simple, liquid means of hedging and/or amplifying their exposure to the market. Or do they? Due to the effects of compounding, the long-term returns of leveraged and short ETFs may not match up with investor expectations. In this webinar, Paul Amery, Managing Editor of ETF.com, will explain how European leveraged/short ETFs work, how they can be used in a portfolio and what investors must look out for. He'll run through the options currently available to investors, discuss the pros and cons of each approach and consider other alternatives to achieving hedged exposure.
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Inverse ETFs - Finance
 
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Inverse ETFs - Finance Zerohedge http://www.zerohedge.com/article/reader-threatens-sue-fed-after-losses-incurred-going-long-inverse-leveraged-etfs URE vs SRS http://finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=URE+Interactive#chart10:symbol=ure;range=my;compare=srs;indicator=volume;charttype=line;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=on;source=undefined FAS vs FAZ http://finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=URE+Interactive#chart10:symbol=ure;range=my;compare=srs;indicator=volume;charttype=line;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=on;source=undefined The information within this video is for educational purposes only and should not be considered financial advice.
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The Risks of Investing in Inverse ETFs
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do Inverse exchange-traded funds (ETFs) seek to deliver inverse returns of underlying indexes. To achieve their investment results, inverse ETFs generally use derivative securities, such as swap agreements, forwards, futures contracts and options. Inverse ETFs are designed for speculative traders and investors seeking tactical day trades against their respective underlying indexes. Inverse ETFs only seek investment results that are the inverse of their benchmarks' performances for one day only. For example, assume an inverse ETF seeks to track the inverse performance of Standard & Poor's 500 Index. Therefore, if the S&P 500 Index increases by 1%, the ETF should theoretically decrease by 1%, and the opposite is true. Inverse ETFs carry many risks and are not suitable for risk-averse investors. This type of ETF is best suited for sophisticated, highly risk-tolerant investors who are comfortable with taking on the risks inherent to inverse ETFs. The principal risks associated with investing in inverse ETFs include compounding risk, derivative securities risk, correlation risk and short sale exposure risk. Compounding Risk Compounding risk is one of the main types of risks affecting inverse ETFs. Inverse ETFs held for periods longer than one day are affected by compounding returns. Since an inverse ETF has a single-day investment objective of providing investment results that are one times the inverse of its underlying index, the fund's performance likely differs from its investment objective for periods greater than one day. Investors who wish to hold inverse ETFs for periods exceeding one day must actively manage and rebalance their positions to mitigate compounding risk. For example, the ProShares Short S&P 500 (NYSEARCA: SH) is an inverse ETF that seeks to provide daily investment results, before fees and expenses, corresponding to the inverse, or -1X, of the daily performance of the S&P 500 Index. The effects of compounding returns cause SH's returns to differ from -1X those of the S&P 500 Index. As of June 30, 2015, based on trailing 12-month data, SH had a net asset value (NAV) total return of -8.75%, while the S&P 500 Index had a return of 7.42%. Additionally, since the fund's inception on June 19, 2006, SH has had a NAV total return of -10.24%, while the S&P 500 Index has had a return of 8.07% over the same period. The effect of compounding returns becomes more conspicuous during periods of high market turbulence. During periods of high volatility, the effects of compounding returns cause an inverse ETF's investment results for periods longer than one single day to substantially vary from one times the inverse of the underlying index's return. For example, hypothetically assume the S&P 500 Index is at 1,950 and a speculative investor purchases SH at $20. The index closes 1% higher at 1,969.50 and SH closes at $19.80. However, the following day, the index closes down 3%, at 1,910.42. Consequently, SH clos
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Learning About Leveraged ETFs
 
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Leveraged ETFs are incredibly risky. Tyler Gellasch joins Bart Chilton to give us the lowdown on these ETFs, Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RT_BoomBust https://twitter.com/bartchilton?lang=en Check us out on Facebook -- and feel free to ask us questions: http://www.facebook.com/BoomBustRT
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Three ProShares ETFs to Short the S&P 500 (SH, SDS)
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do Investors who are feeling bearish about the Standard and Poor's 500 (S&P 500) Index may consider buying into a bearish exchange-traded fund (ETF) that rises in price when the S&P 500 falls in price. These ETFs allow investors to profit in falling markets and provide a hedge to a bullish portfolio. While there is a universe of bearish ETFs, investors must carefully consider many factors in determining the right inverse and levered bearish ETF. A leveraged bearish ETF is supposed to duplicate the percentage down in the S&P 500. For example, a 2% drop in the S&P 500 should reflect a 4% drop in the bearish negative 2X ETF. There are two main considerations at the top of the list. The daily average volume and holding time of the ETF address the concerns of liquidity and decay. Compounding Effect on Holding Time Unlike long-only ETFs, inverse and leveraged ETFs are created to duplicate the inverse one-day movement of the S&P 500 Index. They are also reset daily. This results in a compounding effect that can be beneficial if the S&P 500 makes consecutive day-to-day losses but can cause decay if volatility causes inconsistent back-to-back, up-and-down days. Therefore, it is important for an investor to determine how long he plans on holding the inverse ETF and to focus on a short-term trade. In general, the effects of compounding can take a negative toll if held for longer than a week in a choppy market. If the market consistently sells off, then the compounding effect can improve the performance. Daily Volume and Spreads The daily average volume of an ETF gives an idea of the liquidity factor. If the volume is under 1 million shares, it may suffer from wider bid-and-ask spreads, which can impact the performance negatively, especially when commissions are also factored into the cost. As a rule of thumb, it is best to consider ETFs that regularly maintain only a penny spread between the bid and ask prices. During periods of volatility, the spread may widen temporarily but should resume the penny spread shortly thereafter. The following are some of the ETFs to short the S&P 500. ProShares Short S&P 500 ETF The ProShares Short S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA: SH) was formed on June 19, 2006. This inverse ETF was developed to inversely mirror the one day performance of the S&P 500 by a factor of negative 1X. Therefore, if the S&P 500 is up 2%, SH should be down -2% minus the expense ratio. The expense ratio is 0.89%. The average daily volume of SH was around 3.7 million shares as of October 28, 2016 according to ProShares. This ensures solid liquidity and tight penny spreads. As mentioned earlier, the compounding effect can produce significant decay the longer the ETF position is held. This is evidenced by the one-year performance for SH returning -7.03% compared to the S&P 500 performance of 3.99% according to the company's fact sheet dated June 30, 2016. Without the decay, SH should theoretically only be -3.99
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The Risks of Investing in Inverse ETFs
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do Inverse exchange-traded funds (ETFs) seek to deliver inverse returns of underlying indexes. To achieve their investment results, inverse ETFs generally use derivative securities, such as swap agreements, forwards, futures contracts and options. Inverse ETFs are designed for speculative traders and investors seeking tactical day trades against their respective underlying indexes. Inverse ETFs only seek investment results that are the inverse of their benchmarks' performances for one day only. For example, assume an inverse ETF seeks to track the inverse performance of Standard & Poor's 500 Index. Therefore, if the S&P 500 Index increases by 1%, the ETF should theoretically decrease by 1%, and the opposite is true. Inverse ETFs carry many risks and are not suitable for risk-averse investors. This type of ETF is best suited for sophisticated, highly risk-tolerant investors who are comfortable with taking on the risks inherent to inverse ETFs. The principal risks associated with investing in inverse ETFs include compounding risk, derivative securities risk, correlation risk and short sale exposure risk. Compounding Risk Compounding risk is one of the main types of risks affecting inverse ETFs. Inverse ETFs held for periods longer than one day are affected by compounding returns. Since an inverse ETF has a single-day investment objective of providing investment results that are one times the inverse of its underlying index, the fund's performance likely differs from its investment objective for periods greater than one day. Investors who wish to hold inverse ETFs for periods exceeding one day must actively manage and rebalance their positions to mitigate compounding risk. For example, the ProShares Short S&P 500 (NYSEARCA: SH) is an inverse ETF that seeks to provide daily investment results, before fees and expenses, corresponding to the inverse, or -1X, of the daily performance of the S&P 500 Index. The effects of compounding returns cause SH's returns to differ from -1X those of the S&P 500 Index. As of June 30, 2015, based on trailing 12-month data, SH had a net asset value (NAV) total return of -8.75%, while the S&P 500 Index had a return of 7.42%. Additionally, since the fund's inception on June 19, 2006, SH has had a NAV total return of -10.24%, while the S&P 500 Index has had a return of 8.07% over the same period. The effect of compounding returns becomes more conspicuous during periods of high market turbulence. During periods of high volatility, the effects of compounding returns cause an inverse ETF's investment results for periods longer than one single day to substantially vary from one times the inverse of the underlying index's return. For example, hypothetically assume the S&P 500 Index is at 1,950 and a speculative investor purchases SH at $20. The index closes 1% higher at 1,969.50 and SH closes at $19.80. However, the following day, the index closes down 3%, at 1,910.42. Consequently, SH clos
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A Guide to Using Inverse ETFs for Diversification
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do A position in a traditional exchange-traded fund typically provides a long position meaning that the investor buys the ETF with the expectation that the underlying index or commodity will rise in value. However, if an investor believes that the benchmark index or commodity will fall, then an inverse ETF may be the right tool for the job. As with traditional ETFs, inverse ETFs also trade on a public stock market. The major difference that investors need to know is that inverse ETFs are designed so that the return over short-term investment horizons are inverse that of the benchmark that the units track. Excluding the impact of fees and other costs, buying an inverse ETFs gives a result similar to short selling the stocks in the index, which means it is possible to make money when prices fall. For example, the ProShares Short S&P 500 ETF (SH) targets a daily percentage return opposite the underlying S&P 500 index. If the S&P 500 falls by 1%, the inverse ETF should increase by 1%. Conversely, if the S&P 500 rises by 1%, the inverse ETF is expected to fall by 1%. (For more, see: Inverse ETFs Can Lift a Falling Portfolio.) There are generally two main reasons that an investor would use an inverse ETF: hedging or speculation. Hedgers seek to reduce the risk associated with uncertainty, whereas speculators try to profit from fluctuations in the market. Hedging Inverse ETFs can be a good tool for investors who want to reduce risk by offsetting any gains or losses of existing holdings for a short time period. The ideal situation in hedging would be to cause one effect to cancel out another. (For more, see: What Happens if You Don't Hedge Your Investments?) For example, suppose that an investor holds a diversified portfolio of U.S. large cap stocks. If the investor is concerned that the market may decline in the short-term then he or she may want to take steps to protect the value of his or her portfolio. One alternative would be for the investor to sell the existing holdings, but that could incur transaction costs and tax consequences. Instead, the investor may consider purchasing an inverse S&P 500 ETF to hedge the portfolio. If the basket of stocks owned by the investor fell by 1%, then the expected gains on the inverse ETF would help to offset the losses. The stock portfolio would likely not have a return identical to the S&P 500 index, so it would not be a perfect offset, but adding the inverse ETF would still reduce much of the volatility of the combined portfolio. (For more on this topic, see: Hedging with ETFs: A Cost-Effective Alternative.) Speculation Speculators make bets or guesses on where they believe the market is headed, and then they take a position to profit from that market movement. Profiting from falling prices is traditionally accomplished with short selling or through derivatives such as options, but this can be quite complicated for the average investor and often requires special types of investment
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Long-term investing for short-term traders · Meb Faber
 
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EP 120: A crash course in long-term investing—for short-term traders w/ Mebane Faber Mebane Faber is the founder and CIO at Cambria Investment Management, where he manages Cambria’s ETFs, separate accounts and private investment funds. He’s also authored numerous white papers and five books now, on various investing subjects. Meb’s a budding podcaster too, his podcast; The Meb Faber Show. The main reason why I asked Meb to join me for this episode, was to share some simple ways that active traders can capitalize on the opportunity and compounding effect that (somewhat passive) longer-term investing has to offer. So, I ask Meb about; where to start out, how to set expectations, various types of portfolios, when to enter the market, what to do during drawdown, what things new investors struggle with most, so on and so forth… -- Show notes: https://chatwithtraders.com/ep-120-mebane-faber/
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These Retail ETFs Could Be Well Timed
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do Traditional retail stocks are being punished this year. The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) tells the tale of the tape. XRT, the largest exchange-traded fund (ETF) dedicated primarily to brick-and-mortar retailers, is down more than 12% year to date. Underscoring how poorly retail stocks are performing, XRT is slumping while the consumer discretionary sector is proving sturdy. The Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (XLY) is up nearly 10%. With the struggles of brick-and-mortar retailers in mind, a pair of proposed ETFs, assuming they come to market, could be well timed. ProShares, the largest issuer of inverse and leveraged ETFs, could list up to three new ETFs focusing on the retail space. The ProShares UltraShort Bricks and Mortar Retail fund and ProShares UltraPro Short Bricks and Mortar Retail fund will seek to use derivatives to generate daily returns of two or three times the inverse of an index comprising the most at-risk U.S. retailers, reports Bloomberg, citing ProShares filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). (See also: The Long and Short of Inverse ETFs.) Currently, the only leveraged retail ETF on the market is the Direxion Daily Retail Bull 3X Shares (RETL). RETL attempts to deliver triple the daily returns of the S&P Retail Select Industry Index, the same index XRT tracks. RETL has plunged more than 34% year to date. Playing on the growing chasm between traditional retailers and their e-commerce peers, ProShares is also looking to list an ETF that holds long positions in online retailers and short positions in traditional, brick-and-mortar retailers. Meanwhile, the ProShares Long Online Short Bricks & Mortar Retail ETF will track an equal-weighted benchmark that includes U.S. and overseas stocks, the filings show. The committee managing the index for Bethesda, Maryland-based ProShares will evaluate data such as revenue from online sales and the square footage of physical stores to determine any changes to the composition, according to Bloomberg. (See also: Guide to ETF Providers: ProShares.) While it remains to be seen if a long e-commerce/short brick and mortar ETF will be successful, or even come to market, it is hard to argue with the thesis. Year to date, the Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY) is up more than 30%, proving that being long that ETF while shorting XRT would have been an excellent trade. IBUY tracks the EQM Online Retail Index, which holds companies that derive at least 70% of their sales online. Year to date, investors have added $54.4 million to IBUY, an ETF that is just 15 months old. (See also: A Fine Rookie Year for This Retail ETF.)
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Robinhood APP - DAY TRADE Inverse and Leveraged ETFs when Stock Market FALLs!
 
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Follow my progress as I dive head first into investing, while trying not to lose it all!! Robinhood APP - Robinhood - Free Stock Trading Download Links: ANDROID https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.robinhood.android&hl=en Apple IOS https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/robinhood-free-stock-trading/id938003185?mt=8 Stash Invest APP https://www.stashinvest.com Please note I am not a market professional. I am not responsible for any trading losses that may be experienced by following my wayward lead, in fact I recommend you don't follow my lead. :) Have fun and happy trading.
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4 ETFs to Own Ahead of the Coming Selloff
 
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High yield bonds have been big winners this year thanks to the Federal Reserve's lower for longer interest rate policies. That outperformance has pushed the ProShares Short High Yield ETF down 13% thus far in 2016. Michael Pento, president of Pento Portfolio Strategies, believes the turn is at hand and it's to take out the junk. "The yield curve will flatten and then invert quickly now that U.S. growth is headed to zero and the Federal Reserve is recommencing its hiking cycle. An inverted yield curve is going to hammer high yield," said Pento. And it's not just bonds where Pento sees bad times ahead. He is also bullish on the AdvisorShares Ranger Equity Bear ETF , a fund which shorts select stocks that has dropped almost 10% this year as markets have climbed higher. "The stock market is overextended and overvalued," said Pento. "It's up 200% since 2009 even though we have seen five quarters in a row of negative earnings growth." Pento added that the rising U.S. dollar and falling oil will all weigh heavily on stocks as well, especially small caps which he sees as the most vulnerable to a downturn in the economy. Pento is long the ProShares Short Russell 2000 ETF , even though it has dropped 11% year-to-date as the market's minnows have outperformed its whales. Finally, Pento is positive on the ProShares Short MSCI Emerging Markets ETF , which has dropped 20% year-to-date as emerging markets have recovered thanks to stabilizing commodities and improving fundamentals. Alas, the good times in emerging markets are over, according to Pento, and investors have the opportunity to profit from their forthcoming pain. "The debt fueled bubble economy in China is teetering on a very narrow ledge," said Pento. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
ETF Opportunities
 
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http://www.moneyshow.com/main.asp?scode=013357 ETF Expert Timothy Middleton thinks the best investment bets this year are ETFs that short the bond market and take advantage of a weaker dollar. Ticker: TBT
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How can ETFs be used
 
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ETFs can be used to implement a variety of short- and long-term portfolio strategies. Learn more at http://vgi.vg/22UJ3X9
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Inverse ETFs Can Lift A Falling Portfolio
 
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https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do If you are interested in maximizing investment returns regardless of market direction and hedging your portfolio against market risk, inverse ETFs offer a convenient way to accomplish these objectives. Tutorial: Exchange-Traded Funds ETFs in GeneralExchange-traded funds (ETFs) are similar to other packaged investment products like mutual funds but with several compelling differences. Like mutual funds, ETFs can provide investors with a diversified portfolio of securities designed to meet a wide range of investment objectives. Other characteristics such as access to professional investment management and exposure to alternative asset classes can be accomplished by using either investment product. In contrast to mutual funds, ETFs trade on exchanges and are continuously priced in real time, much like equity securities. ETFs are ideal for providing investors with access to a host of sophisticated investment strategies unavailable in long-only portfolios and other strategically allocated investment programs. One could ostensibly argue that ETFs are vastly superior to mutual funds in this respect. This distinction is significant and will be explored in greater detail below. Today you can find leveraged and inverse ETFs associated with virtually every important broad market benchmark, macroeconomic sector and most key industry groups. (For more on ETFs in general, see An Inside Look At ETF Construction.) Unique CharacteristicsThe first unique characteristic is self-evident: inverse ETFs seek investment results that correspond to the inverse (opposite) of the benchmark, or index, with which they are associated. For example, the ProSharesShort QQQ ETF (AMEX:PSQ) seeks results that correspond to the inverse of the performance of the Nasdaq 100 Index. If you anticipate a downturn in the Nasdaq 100, you would simply buy shares in PSQ. Another unique characteristic is the use of derivative instruments. Exchange-listed futures and options on futures contracts, swaps and forward agreements, and listed options on individual securities and securities indexes are typically used. The investment advisor to the ETF will trade or invest in derivative instruments that he or she believes will deliver the performance stated by each ETF using directional, non-directional, arbitrage, hedging and other strategies. (Keep reading about this subject in An Introduction To Swaps.) Usually, investment capital held in the legal trust underlying each inverse ETF is not invested directly in the securities of the associated index's constituents, unlike long-oriented ETFs. Also, assets not currently invested in derivatives or securities are frequently invested in short-term debt and/or money market instruments. The yields associated with these debt instruments contribute to the portfolio's total return and can be used as collateral (margin) for open derivative positions. A number of inverse ETFs seek to deliver returns that are multiples of the benchmark, or of the benchmar
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Inverse ETFs : Profiting from Stock Market Crash? ep037
 
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Stock trading video shows you inverse ETF trading tips for active traders. Forward this video to a friend! for more, visit https://TradeMastery.com Learn how to trade once you join me as a member at: http://SwingScans.com (swing traders) and/or http://TradingTheOpen.com (day traders) Day trading & swing trading. See industry leader Ken Calhoun, President of http://www.TradeMastery.com in this powerful new video. Learn day trading and how a real daytrader looks for entries and exits in each morning's markets. No actual trades are taken, all information for training/education. Day traders have trusted us since 1999. All information for educational/information use only, no recommendations nor offers to buy/sell nor trade any instrument are being made. Full disclaimer at www.daytradinguniversity.com/disclaim.ht­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­m (c) 2016 All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Learn more at www.TradingTheOpen.com , our live trading room for active traders. Ken has been featured in Moneyshow, Active Trader, Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, and more. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Rule 4.41 HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS HAVE MANY INHERENT LIMITATIONS, SOME OF WHICH ARE DESCRIBED BELOW. NO REPRESENTATION IS BEING MADE THAT ANY ACCOUNT WILL OR IS LIKELY TO ACHIEVE PROFITS OR LOSSES SIMILAR TO THOSE SHOWN. IN FACT, THERE ARE FREQUENTLY SHARP DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS AND THE ACTUAL RESULTS SUBSEQUENTLY ACHIEVED BY ANY PARTICULAR TRADING PROGRAM. ONE OF THE LIMITATIONS OF HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS IS THAT THEY ARE GENERALLY PREPARED WITH THE BENEFIT OF HINDSIGHT. IN ADDITION, HYPOTHETICAL TRADING DOES NOT INVOLVE FINANCIAL RISK, AND NO HYPOTHETICAL TRADING RECORD CAN COMPLETELY ACCOUNT FOR THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL RISK IN ACTUAL TRADING. FOR EXAMPLE, THE ABILITY TO WITHSTAND LOSSES OR ADHERE TO A PARTICULAR TRADING PROGRAM IN SPITE OF TRADING LOSSES ARE MATERIAL POINTS WHICH CAN ALSO ADVERSELY AFFECT ACTUAL TRADING RESULTS. THERE ARE NUMEROUS OTHER FACTORS RELATED TO THE MARKETS IN GENERAL OR TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ANY SPECIFIC TRADING PROGRAM WHICH CANNOT BE FULLY ACCOUNTED FOR IN THE PREPARATION OF HYPOTHETICAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS AND ALL OF WHICH CAN ADVERSELY AFFECT ACTUAL TRADING RESULTS
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Treasury Bond Short (TBT)
 
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Tom Eidelman explains how the credit crisis caused a bubble in Treasury bonds and how increased government spending will cause the bubble to burst. Such a scenerio would cause interest rates to rise, bond prices to fall, and the Proshares UltraShort ETF (TBT) to appreciate. Update: Eidelman Virant Capital no longer has a position in the TBT - 3/31/10
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Mutual Funds vs. ETFs - Which Is Right for You?
 
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If you're looking to invest in stocks, two good options are mutual funds or their financial cousins, Exchange-Traded Funds, also known as ETFs. Here's a look at the pros and cons. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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3 Investment Strategies to Protect Your Money From Stock Market Drops
 
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3 Investment Formations to Protect you From Scary Stock Markets-LIKE THIS ONE! Although there are many ways to protect your cash from an unexpected event in the equity and bond markets, I would highly recommend learning (or hiring a pro who understands) about the three Defensive Investment Formations below. 1.) Buy Insurance for your Portfolio When someone buys a house or a car it is assumed and is often a requirement to purchase insurance for that asset. When you think about your investments ask yourself: Do you have any form of insurance to protect you from loss? What is the potential risk that your portfolio is exposed to? Could you sustain a 30-50% drop in your investment accounts? What kind of impact would a large drop in account value have on your lifestyle or future dreams? Have you thought about the need and or benefits of adding protection to your investment portfolio? There are a variety of ways to insure your investments, one simple example is called a Married Put, a hedging strategy named after an old IRS ruling. This happens when an investor purchases a put option contract while at the same time purchasing an equivalent number of shares of the underlying security. This type of strategy can be used when an investor wants the benefits of stock ownership but has concerns about the unknown downside market risks. Sounds simple right? So then why isn’t your advisor talking to you about these strategies while markets are at all time highs with a variety of economic and geopolitical concerns looming around the corner? Maybe it’s time to interview a new advisor….(Interview New Advisor) The equity and bond markets have been on bull runs for a very long time and as our last blog discussed there are several reasons why that run MIGHT come to an end. If you’re retired or nearing retirement and exposed to the equity markets, bond markets, or real estate markets I would advise taking a hard look at the pro’s and con’s of buying Put Options on those holdings because now when index options are cheap relative to long term history is the time to take action if action becomes part of your plan. Of course, with any investment or insurance there are pros and cons to this strategy. The purpose of this article isn’t to tell you to take action today, it’s to tell you to think for a minute and consider a solution that’s different than heading down a class 5 rapid without any oars. 2.) Buy Inverse ETF’s An Inverse ETF like ProShares UltraPro Short S&P 500 can work as a synthetic equivalent to buying Puts against you stock positions meaning it will benefit you in a market correction. SPXU will increase in value as the S&P 500 declines, in theory it will gain 3X as much as the S&P loses so if the S&P 500 is down 2% your UltraPro Short ETF should be up 6%. If the market stays in the same place SPXU will work better than buying Long Puts. In a flat market your $100,000 SPXU position remains in tact while the same flat market erodes the cost of your Long Put contracts. Assuming no adjustments are made, the Long Put Premium Premium (cost to buy them) will be lost like your car insurance payment. When working with leveraged ETF’s like this you MUST be sure to know your calculations and of course when in doubt ask for help from or just work with a pro like us (Click Here For Questions). http://www.proshares.com/funds/spxu.html 3.) Take Some Profits Ok, so you rode the market down to it’s lows and had the guts to ride it back to the current levels...will you learn your lesson this time? When’s the time to take profits? Should you hang on and pray? You can do what you want, but if you decide that the risk of a market crash is making your stomach turn why not take some profits? Listen, if you’re at or near retirement, or if you just believe in statistics… now is as good of a time as any to CONSIDER taking some (or maybe all) of your profits. If you decide to take profits it’s pretty simple. Login to your account (or call your broker) and sell (x) amount of your holdings. Chances are your broker will fight you tooth and nail, but if you made the choice and you know you can’t tolerate a 50% drop and you know a 50% drop would feel worse and impact you more than a 50% gain from here… then stand firm on your decision. Take some time on the sidelines and re-evaluate your choices. Note I wouldn’t recommend moving to bonds right now either, click the link below to find out why. Are Bonds Safe Investmentprofessor.com
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Dangers of ETFs exchange traded funds
 
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Inverse ETF's (echange traded funds) should not be used for long term investing.
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Robinhood App - 4 Stable Vanguard ETFs! (For Long Holding)
 
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Main ETFs to Trade Part 2 👍👌
 
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Main ETFs to trade http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/Exchange-traded-funds.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! There are probably hundreds if not thousands of ETFs but a number of them aren't very liquid, however I've picked up 8 of the top volume ETFs. An ETF tracks the underlying or a basket of stocks or a broad sector. VXX - this tracks the short-term VIX futures. VIX is a volatility index, based on options (expectation of volatility). Instead of trading VIX futures which is a complex area, an easier way is to trade the VXX ETF. When people are frightened you will see a volatilty spike / VIX spiking up and vice versa. SPY - this tracks the S&P 500 ETF i.e. the top 500 American companies - very handy to use if you are bullish or bearish on the USA economy. EEM - Emerging Markets ETF - basket of stocks - China, Brazil..etc GDX - an ETF tracking the Gold Miners GLD - an ETF tracking the Gold price. QQQ - that is the Nasdaq 100 - tech is volatile and QQQ is a good way to get exposure to the Nasdaq 100 USO - an ETF tracking the Crude Oil price. IWM - an ETF tracking Russell 2000 - tracking biggest 2000 stocks in the USA - quite volatile potentially. EWZ - Brazil ETF fund - exposure to Brazil - will pick up Brazilian stocks In this series: ETFs, What is An Exchange Traded Fund? Part 1 🙌 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUv4A-y52jw Main ETFs to Trade Part 2 👍👌 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zecElizm4g What are Inverse ETFs? What are Leveraged ETFs? Part 3 🙌👍 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfPDpq4BaUs The Hidden Dangers of Leveraged ETFs: Why Leveraged ETFs Are Not a Long-Term Bet - Part 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7dNVJeQ9cE
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