31.94 -0.13 (-0.41%)
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|Bid||31.92 x 4000|
|Ask||31.97 x 4000|
|Day's Range||31.87 - 32.63|
|52 Week Range||31.25 - 85.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-3.13|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.95%|
As the earnings season begins, ETF investors should keep in mind that the upcoming quarterly results may come up short compared to what we have been accustomed to. If the estimate for a decline holds up, it would mark the first time the S&P 500 reported two straight quarters of year-over-year earnings declines in three years.
May's volatility due to the U.S.-China trade wars showed that it’s profitable to be a bear using inverse exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as equity ETF outflows reached $19 billion based on a recent report by State Street Global Advisors. Inverse ETFs present the experienced investor with an alternative for gains that safe haven assets like bonds simply cannot provide. "The current economic environment presents challenges for investors trying to manage their portfolios," wrote Leks Gerlak, Investment Strategist at ProShares.
Monday’s market session saw the Nasdaq Composite enter into correction territory, which made the technology sector a punching bag for bears. Investors fretted over prolonged trade wars with China and now ...
The prolonged pain in the tech space wreaked havoc on the tech-heavy Nasdaq. So, investors can consider shorting the index with a short-term view.
The decade-old U.S. bull market has been threatened by renewed trade fight lately. Investors could ride out the downbeat sentiments through inverse or leveraged inverse ETFs as these products offer big gains in a short span.
The latest volatility due to the U.S.-China trade wars are showing that it’s profitable to be a bear using inverse exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Gains can be had for inverse ETFs of the leveraged variety, ...
ProShares, a premier provider of ETFs, announced today reverse share splits on four of its ETFs. The splits will not change the total value of a shareholder’s investment.
As the market is on its way to witness the worst month since December on renewed trade tensions, shorting the same with ETFs could be a good option.
After reaching a peak last week, Wall Street tumbles with the resurfacing of President Donald Trump's tariff threat. Investors seeking to capitalize the bearish market sentiments in a short span could consider any of the following inverse ETFs.
Palladium has been staging record highs for the better part of the last seven months, outstripping even the most bullish forecasts made during 2018 as a supply squeeze inflated the metal’s price.
As the equity market continues to pullback and more or less erase gains for the year, concerned investors can take on some exposure to bearish or inverse ETFs to hedge against further falls. For example, the ProShares Short S&P500 (SH) takes a simple inverse or -100% daily performance of the S&P 500 index. Alternatively, for the more aggressive trader, leveraged options include the ProShares UltraShort S&P500 ETF (SDS) , which tries to reflect the -2x or -200% daily performance of the S&P 500, the Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bear 3x Shares (SPXS) , which takes the -3x or -300% daily performance of the S&P 500, and ProShares UltraPro Short S&P 500 ETF (SPXU) , which also takes the -300% daily performance of the S&P 500.
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones are in the red for the year while the Nasdaq is barely positive. Cash in on this situation with inverse ETFs.
Historically, the Dow Jones Industrial Average returned an average 0.6% over October, which has made it the seventh-best month of the year. The S&P 500 typically added 0.9% over October, which is also good enough for seventh place, with the same ratio of positive October months to negative ones as the Dow. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite Index's October was historically the eighth-best month of the year, going back 46 years.