An inverse ETF is structured to benefit from a decline in the value of the underlying index. Depending on the structure of the inverse ETF, investors can earn double or triple the percent of losses in the underlying index. There are many problems with leveraged and inverse ETFs. The most obvious is they are highly risky investments . Investing in these funds is pure speculation, rather than responsible, long-term investing.
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Bolstering the case for Philippine debt and perhaps more upgrades from other ratings agencies is the countrys strong current account surplus, a debt/GDP ratio of around 40% and $79.6 billion in forex reserves. Foreign investors have been net buyers of Manila-listed shares nearly everyday for a month. Year-to-date, investors have allocated $52.6 million to EPHE, or 14.6% of the ETFs current assets under management total. Investors are paying up for EPHE and Philippine equities.
ETF Bonanza Skirts $5.3 Trillion Market on Outflows: Currencies – Bloomberg
Total revenues were $212.85 million, up from $208.55 millionin Q1 2013 but missing analyst projections of $217.56 million. Theshares are down 2% pre-market. Energy Dow Jones U.S. Energy Fund (IYE) and Energy Select Sector SPDR(XLE) ended in negative territory after touching record highs. Theyare unchanged Friday pre-market.
Philippines ETF Asserts Itself…Again – Yahoo Finance
Close Axel Merk, http://www.etftradingsignals.com president of Merk Investments LLC. Close Photographer: Peter Foley/Bloomberg Axel Merk, president of Merk Investments LLC. Axel Merk has filed the paper work,picked a name and is ready to launch Merk Investments LLCsfirst exchange-traded currency fund. Problem is, no one wants toput money into it. Foreign-exchange ETFs have seen investors withdraw $1.1billion this year, or 23 percent of assets, according to datacompiled by Bloomberg that tracks 47 funds. Thats more thandouble the amount from funds investing in commodities, the onlyother sector to suffer outflows.