MARKET

EDC

EDC

Direxion Daily MSCI Em Mkts Bull 3X ETF
NYSEARCA
33.76
+0.14
+0.42%
Closed 15:56 05/24 EDT
OPEN
33.80
PREV CLOSE
33.62
HIGH
34.03
LOW
33.56
VOLUME
58.72K
TURNOVER
0
52 WEEK HIGH
35.94
52 WEEK LOW
21.60
TOTAL ASSET
90.65M
YTD YIELD
25.22%
1D
5D
1M
3M
1Y
5Y
Staying Dynamic In Our Strategic Views
Home Investing Strategy Portfolio Strategy Staying Dynamic In Our Strategic Views. We go overweight emerging market stocks for the first time since 2020. We see opportunities in Mexico, India and Saudia Arabia. We prefer emerging markets over developed market bonds to inflation-linked bonds.
Seeking Alpha · 5d ago
Weekly Report: what happened at EDC last week (0513-0517)?
Weekly Report · 6d ago
Emerging Markets New Business Expands At Fastest Pace In Nearly A Year
Seeking Alpha · 05/14 09:10
Global Trade Revives Amid Renewal Of Worldwide Goods Exports
Home Market Outlook Economy Analysis Global Trade Revives Amid Renewal Of Worldwide Goods Exports. Global manufacturing new export orders returned to expansion territory for the first time in 27 months in April. India leads global goods trade decline as global services export flows stabilise. Emerging market export business conditions in developed markets remain in contraction.
Seeking Alpha · 05/14 07:20
Weekly Report: what happened at EDC last week (0506-0510)?
Weekly Report · 05/13 11:52
Emerging Markets New Business Expands At Fastest Pace In Nearly A Year
Seeking Alpha · 05/10 13:30
Weekly Report: what happened at EDC last week (0429-0503)?
Weekly Report · 05/06 12:02
SPUU Erosion Is Advancing: May Drift Dashboard
Leveraged ETFs in semiconductors, biotechnology and silver show the largest drifts. The Direxion Daily S&P 500® Bull 2X Shares ETF has suffered from decay recently. Beta-slippage is the main reason why leveragedETFs underperform their underlying index.
Seeking Alpha · 05/01 21:47
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Profile
Fund Name
Direxion Daily MSCI Em Mkts Bull 3X ETF
Inception Date
2008-12-17
Benchmark
MSCI EM GR USD
Advisor Company
Rafferty Asset Management LLC
Custodian
Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Tony Ng, Paul Brigandi