Long And Short ETFs

The following is a list of long and short Exchange Traded Funds of the major stock indexes. Also included are double multiplier or greater than 1x ETFs. An ETF is a mutual fund that trades throughout the day like an individual stock does.

Many investors do not buy or sell individual stocks, and may only trade index funds (or even just market sector funds). The theory behind buying index funds is that "When the tide comes in, all the boats rise." Meaning, when the market trend is up, on average, more stocks go up than down (entire indexes trade up in a bull market) . The opposite is generally true in a bear market, "When the tide goes out, all the boats sink." By buying market index funds, there is immediate diversification; a paramount concern when investing.

With large index ETFs, one can "play" the trend, or go long when the market is trending up, or go short when the market is trending down. Advanced investors my trade during a sideways market; by trading long and/or short during short-term peaks and valleys (highly risky, and generally can be considered outright gambling).

Always seek professional advice before investing.






DIA - DIAMONDS Trust, Series 1DOG - Short Dow30 ProShares
DDM - Ultra Dow30 ProShares 2xDXD - UltraShort Dow30 ProShares 2x

NASDAQ 100 Index ETFs

QQQQ - PowerShares QQQPSQ - UltraShort QQQ ProShares
QLD - Ultra QQQ ProShares 2xQID - UltraShort QQQ ProShares 2x

S&P 500 Index ETFs

IVV - iShares S&P 500 IndexSH - Short S&P500 ProShares
SSO - Ultra S&P500 ProShares 2xSDS - UltraShort S&P500 ProShares 2x

Russell 2000 Index ETFs

IWM - iShares Russell 2000 IndexRWM - Short Russell2000 ProShares
UWM - Ultra Russell2000 ProShares 2xTWM - UltraShort Russell2000 ProShares 2x

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