IT IS VERY EASY FOR A HEDGE FUND TO CAUSE A SELL OUT . They buy half a million over ten days. Then sell 100000 when the market is thin . This causes automatic sell offs and another 200k will be sold by others causing a sharp price decline. Then the same funds jump in and start buying. They have enough resources to repeat this cycle over and over again. Small investors must be clever and don't fall for these types of traps.
Worse than TVIX. Glad I got stopped-out; will ignore it's target and "volume"-this is clearly manipulated against you, too much risk for any potential reward-which will usually be a loss like today. Too many "interpreters", someone in Utah wants your money.