LBJ - Direxion Daily Latin America Bull 3X Shares

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
18.62
+0.21 (+1.14%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close18.41
Open18.40
Bid14.79 x 1100
Ask19.67 x 800
Day's Range18.17 - 18.69
52 Week Range14.27 - 28.99
Volume25,268
Avg. Volume17,878
Net Assets7.8M
NAV18.63
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.19%
YTD Return-3.10%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.53
Expense Ratio (net)1.33%
Inception Date2009-12-03
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    In May, the S&P Latin America 40 Index, a widely followed gauge of stocks in Latin America's largest economies, has been slightly better off than the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. LBJ attempts to deliver triple the daily returns of the S&P Latin America 40 Index.

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    New Mexico President’s Policies will Weigh Heavily on Leveraged Latin America ETF

    Saturday marks the inauguration for Mexico's newest president as Andrés Manuel López Obrador will take office and his policies, as he gets into the thick of his presidency, will weigh heavily on the Direxion Daily Latin America Bull 3X ETF (LBJ) . LBJ seeks daily investment results equal to 300% of the daily performance of the S&P Latin America 40 Index. The index itself is a float-adjusted market capitalization weighted equity index of issuers drawn from five major Latin American markets: Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Mexico, and Perú.

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    Emerging Markets Deeply Discounted, but Investors Must Use Due Diligence

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    Brazilian Election Lifts Leveraged Latin America ETF

    The Latin America-focused Direxion Daily Latin America Bull 3X ETF (LBJ) closed Monday’s trading session up 12.65% thanks to the first round of Brazil’s presidential election, which saw far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro take the early lead. It was a much-needed boost for LBJ, which has been down over 30% year-to-date, but up 14.17% the past three years. LBJ was hinging upon Brazil's looming presidential election and it responded positively along with the surging  Direxion Daily MSCI Brazil Bull 3X ETF (BRZU) , which was up 20.4% by the closing bell.

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    The U.S. capital markets gained Monday on news that the United States and Canada reached an agreement to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement, which would be supplanted by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. The Latin America-focused Direxion Daily Latin America Bull 3X ETF (LBJ) is up 9.21% today and 32.5% the past month. “The modernization of the trade deal between Mexico, Canada and the United States concludes 13 months of negotiations and achieves what we proposed at the start: a win-win-win deal,” Pena Nieto said on a Twitter post.