Proshares Inverse ETFs
A few thoughts on these: Is it getting too easy to short with leverage? This will ding Rydex' business somewhat; How might this affect the indicators people have developed using Rydex funds? (i.e, The Rydex Nova/Ursa Ratio)
The 2 to 1 leveraged ETFs come out at the end of the month (~June 29th)
Click a fund name to view detailed information on the ProShares.
|Short S&P500||SH||$69.34||-$0.67||$69.19||-$0.88||S&P 500|
|Short MidCap400||MYY||$69.00||-$1.27||$68.73||$0.00||S&P MidCap 400|
|Ultra S&P500||SSO||$71.35||$1.37||$71.50||$0.62||S&P 500|
|Ultra MidCap400||MVV||$71.99||$2.52||$72.35||$2.55||S&P MidCap 400|
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Tracked on Jun 22, 2006 2:46:19 PM
I have been waiting for these for a long time. I hate only being able to get in and out of the Rydex and Profunds inverse funds on an end of day basis.
The real key is not that it is getting easy to short with leverage, but that it is getting easier to short in retirement plans.
Posted by: John | Jun 22, 2006 8:48:56 AM
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