ETFs don't have MMs. They are tracking entities. They have arbitrage traders who are allowed to create new shares or retire old ones at need be and they always do it at a profit. I don't see how you can make a profit consistently if your trades are based on misconceptions. Do you even know what an MM does? If not then why talk about it as if you do.
How can it be a wise more to build a position in a stock whose underlying position is a futures contract. That is as lame as building a position in stock options.
All this will take to long to happen for this stock. One month is an eternity as far as this stock is concerned. So anything that takes more than 3 months to occur is irrelevant as far as this stock is concerned.
It is nearly impossible to get the President to obey laws because the guy who would charge him is in his hire. So it would never happen. Only if congress decides to impeach. Not sure if that has ever happened either. The President has always resigned before it got to that and then nothing happens after that.
The President can ignore laws by simply not implementing them. Who will charge him for ignoring them? The only way is for a citizen to file a case and get a court order. But then he can just ignore that too until congress threatens to impeach him is he doesn't comply. The attorney general plays no part. A regular citizen gets dragged into court and charged and must defend himself and receives a penalty if found guilty. A president never gets charged because the guy who would do that is his employee. It pretty much gives the president a free hand up until the forces congress to implement the nuclear option at which point he just backs off. But you cannot force the nuclear option for everything the President if he is always ignoring the laws. So that is why the attorney general has to be appointed in a separate part of government so he cannot be influenced. That would be the only way to get the president to obey the law as then he knows he can be charged for his actions.
Its kind of a conflict of interest to have the attorney general appointed by the President. It would seem to me that he should be an appointment within the judicial branch and have a term similar to that of a supreme court justice so that he isn't a lackey for any president. And it shouldn't be just one guy. Currently the president is the real attorney general and the attorney general that he appoints is just a figure head who is his gofer.