This Triple Bear ETF is sure to lose money if the market gains or even breaks even. Read the prospectus, if the market goes up one day and goes back down the next day to the same level you lose money. This would only seem perfect for a day trader that is totally convinced the market is going to correct soon.
Triple leverage erodes value over time.
Bad news has battered the market and it is time for a rally. I recommend shorting this etf. Over the long term the expenses of this etf alone will eat away at gains. A combination of this and the fact that at some point the market will move higher will result in this etf under-performing dramatically.
picking a couple more pairs of opposite leveraged ETFs to short.
Because Ultras Suck
Bulls are running... for how long? Stay tuned....
Emerging Markets Bear 3x 26.22 -1.49 (-5.38%)4/24/2009 4:00 PMEmerging Markets Bear 3xMF 1*52 week 12.39-95.81GMX pick
Fading every pick made by Ultralong
Based on my call that the rally is going to see a pull-back over the next few weeks I am giving all Bear ETFs a thumbs up and all Bull ETFs a thumbs down in the short run. I am only invested in a small sampling of these bear ETFs but in order to raise my CAPS score I entered several here.
Half-life period of leveraged ETF is inversely proportional to its volatility.
I am Bullish on EDC so why not be bearish on the bear!
a play on an expected market advance.
There havent been bears in the emerging markets since the Ice Age retreated 10,000 years ago.... silly market =) Seriously though..who bought this over 80??? Cmon....seriously...UltraLong
Time to hedge ...
Ultra-shorts and Ultra-pros are all bad investments due to daily rebalancing
watch this rise like a rocket as the USD carry trade unravels and implodes at the first sign of market uneasiness
small caps are too high
Could it get any worse?
unwinding of stimulus, interest rate hike
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