There is also a large beach party this weekend at Las Olas. Should be a blast!!!
The way this market has been seesawing, it now depends (for the moment) what happens overseas. If the Europeans can fix their problems, the market will shoot much higher and this ETF will be much lower.
If we get negative news, the opposite will happen.
Not to speak for Ms. P, who's deeply knowledgeable on these matters, but having extensively played SKF in another life I just wanted to remind you of the obvious: leveraged ETF's are not to be held for the long term. As I know you're both aware. The time decay because of market fluctuations and the daily ETF reset chisels away at your core value like a mob loanshark. These can be great short term trade vehicles if you've got the stomach, but that's it.