This is another ETF that has an expense limitation that ends at the end of Sept. 2012. Once the expense ratio goes up, underperformance will only increase. Plus, it matches the inverse of daily returns, so it will inevitably decline with any volatility over time.
Shorting the shorts!http://caps.fool.com/Blogs/ViewPost.aspx?bpid=26483&t=01006356876738124895
The market should see a pullback through the election.
Same as others
I wouldn't try this with *real* money!!
I'm "all in" betting on a correction sometime over the next 2 Quarters.
Stocks go up.
Technology and biotech stocks are looking a little pricey to me right now.
Testing a theory here with this account, shorting all short ProShares for starters.
Fading every pick made by Ultralong
bad for stocks is the housing mess.
shorting the shorts
S&P at resistance at 1395 will pull back. I'm calling a temporary top today in the S&P at 1395 (yes I know I'll look like an idiot if I'm wrong but that hasn't stopped me before) It's 2:13 PM we'll see.
PSQ is an inverse ETF: "The Short QQQ seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, that correspond to the inverse (opposite) of the daily performance of the NASDAQ-100 Index."The NASDAQ-100 has a lot of economically senistive stocks. This is a bearish US economy bet. It goes up when almost everything else goes down; so everyday something is up in my portfolio.
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