|Bid||20.98 x 2900|
|Ask||21.35 x 800|
|Day's Range||20.92 - 21.64|
|52 Week Range||20.77 - 42.77|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.87%|
There are several ETF/ETN options available in the market that can provide some exposure to volatility. These products have proven to be short-time winners in turbulent times.
The widely observed CBOE Volatility Index and VIX-related exchange traded products have retreated in recent weeks as U.S. markets rebounded and volatility subsided, but this complacency in the markets ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Friday's trading session with a sleigh ride of volatility following a 400-point loss, effectively putting the Dow in the red 9.20 percent year-to-date. The S&P 500 is also down 9.61 percent, while the Nasdaq Composite has shed 8.26 percent through Friday's session. The losses have been a recurring theme for U.S. equities, but three exchange-traded products (ETPs) have been benefitting from the increased bouts of volatility. 1.
In a year market by market volatility, it is not a surprise to find that some of the best performing ETFs of 2018 are not the typical stock market categories of yesteryear. Among the best performing non-leveraged ...
After the initial jubilation, investors took a second look at the U.S. and China trade war ceasefire, dragging down markets and triggering a spike in CBOE Volatility Index and VIX-related exchange traded ...
The CBOE Volatility Index and VIX-related ETFs pulled back Wednesday, reflecting investors’ sigh of relief as the veil of uncertainty is lifted with the midterm elections behind us. On Wednesday, the iPath ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Friday's trading session with another roller coaster ride of volatility with a 300-point loss, effectively putting the Dow in the red four out of the past five days. It's a recurring theme in an October that's proving to be a volatile month for U.S. equities, but three exchange-traded products (ETPs) have been benefitting from the increased bouts of volatility.
The Cboe Volatility Index and VIX-related exchange traded products jumped as Thursday’s steep declines continued for another day due to the ongoing fall-off in U.S. government bonds triggered by upbeat ...
What Could Drive Investors’ Attention Back to Gold? Gold was also caught in the June metals selloff. Copper and zinc suffered sharp falls amid concerns that the Trump administration’s tariff policies will likely dampen demand.
The international trade war among the U.S., China and Europe may have investors uneasy, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at market volatility. After spiking back in February, the CBOE S&P 500 Volatility Index is down about 30 percent in the past three months, suggesting the market may be pricing in a quick resolution to the trade war. The VIX surged more than 200 percent in February to its high of the year during a steep market sell-off.
The Cboe Volatility Index, or so-called VIX, along with related VIX ETFs jumped Monday as the fear gauge reflected traders' increasing anxiety over the potential fallout of an escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. On Monday, the iPath S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures ETN (VXX) increased 15.6%, ProShares VIX Short-Term Futures ETF (VIXY) jumped 14.9% and the leveraged ProShares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures (UVXY) , which provides the 2x or 200% daily performance of the S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures Index, advanced 22.1%. Meanwhile, the CBOE Volatility Index surged 28.5% to 17.7.
The Dow ended an eight-day losing streak last Friday, but those gains were erased quickly today as it fell by almost 350 points amid more trade concerns. While this doesn't help the bulls, traders capitalizing on the volatility are rejoicing as the markets fluctuate, which makes for a suitable environment when investing in volatility ETFs. The CBOE Volatility Index is a key indicator in short-term expectations in the volatility of the S&P 500. ETFs tracking the movement of this indicator have been making gains as the tariff-for-tariff battle wages on between the United States and China.
As the trade war rhetoric intensifies, some investors are concerned that the tensions could push the U.S. economy into a recession. "Our calculations suggest that a major trade war would lead to a significant reduction in growth," Michelle Meyer, U.S. economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said in a note, according to CNBC. Concerns over a full blown trade war comes as President Donald Trump threatens more stringent tariffs aimed at both China and the European Union.
After a wild ride, investors are hoping for the markets to return to normal, but a number of risks still remain and may potentially cause another round of risk-off selling. However, there are a number ...