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SPXE

SPXE

ProShares S&P 500® ex-Energy
NYSEARCA

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71.39
-1.12
-1.54%
Closed 16:00 09/21 EDT
OPEN
71.52
PREV CLOSE
72.51
HIGH
71.52
LOW
70.49
VOLUME
2.10K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
78.01
52 WEEK LOW
47.01
TOTAL ASSET
17.91M
YTD YIELD
10.34%
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5Y
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Performance
All 3 Indexes Lower - Weekly Market Notes September 21, 2020
The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.3%. The S&P 500 fell 0.64% while the NASDAQ Composite fell 1.16%.Central banks have taken extraordinary measures to provide liquidity to the markets over the past six months.The technology sector will continue to benefit from the growing trends in internet retail, education, entertainment, medicine and work.
Seekingalpha · 58m ago
Greater Inflation Risks Ahead
Three new forces are set to lift inflation beyond what markets are currently expecting in the years ahead, reversing a decade of subdued price rises.Market volatility has returned after months of steady advances in risk assets, and could stay elevated as the U.S. election draws near.Markets will focus on a slew of purchasing managers’ index data this week to gauge the latest business sentiment.
Seekingalpha · 2h ago
It Takes Two Hands To Build A Recovery
This is a weekly series focused on analyzing the previous week’s economic data releases.The objective is to concentrate on leading indicators of economic activity to determine whether the economy is strengthening or weakening, and the rate of inflation is increasing or decreasing.This week I’ll examine industrial production, retail sales, initial jobless claims, and consumer sentiment.
Seekingalpha · 8h ago
EPS Revisions Flashing An Amber Warning
The decisive rebound in the EPS revision cycle from the pandemic lows in June has provided much of the firepower behind this summer's risk rally.The downtrend in 2020 EPS forecasts appears to have bottomed, while 2021 numbers have swung higher.With hopes for a robust EPS recovery next year still riding high, any further deterioration or a negative turn in the revision cycle could create headwinds for markets.
Seekingalpha · 9h ago
So Far, This Feels Like A Disciplined Move Lower (Technically Speaking For 9/21)
There was a huge inflow into the SPY last week while money left the QQQ.The Chicago Fed's National Activity Index shows an expansion in August.The bears come out of the woods to start the week.
Seekingalpha · 10h ago
If You Want To Retire In 10 Years, Spend 2020 Buying Stocks
Expect more down days and volatility in the stock market.We have no control over downside, however, we have complete control over how we react.If the long-term stories of the stocks you own remain intact, we're at the beginning of what might one of the biggest buying opportunities we've seen in a while.Many investors panicked in mid-March. Be patient, but be ready to buy. Don't make the same mistake twice.
Seekingalpha · 11h ago
The Tides Have Turned As Stocks Continue To Sink
The S&P 500 is breaking key level of technical support.Typically, when the market's technicals break, we turn to fundamentals.The problem - stocks need to fall as much as 15% more to find fair value.
Seekingalpha · 13h ago
The Fed's New, Looser Policy On Inflation: It Will Steepen The Yield Curves, With The Back End Rising The Most
The Fed recently revised its monetary policy strategy, replacing 2% price inflation targeting, adopted in 2012, with a new approach in which the Fed targets an average inflation rate instead.The reaction to the new policy was mixed. We see adverse comments as misguided and not attuned to recent economic developments in the US and around the world.It's been decades since we saw inflation stay above 2% for long. To assume that the “punch bowl” would be taken away soon on an overheating (economic) party is laughable.The fear of traditionalists is that if inflation trends upward, delaying palliative measure for so long would risk inflation expectations unmoored and sets off an uncontrollable inflationary spiral. This argument appeals to what happened in the 1970s.The Fed, to put it mildly, is desperate to see some sustained inflation, doing whatever it does in an economic system. We therefore expect steepening yield curves, higher interest rates and bond yields in the intermediate future as consequence of this new Fed policy.
Seekingalpha · 17h ago
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08/31/2020
3 Year
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Return
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1-Month
5.2506%
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3-Month
11.8684%
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6-Month
17.3411%
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1-Year
10.3403%
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3-Year
14.8934%
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Since Inception
15.3990%
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Profile
Fund Name
ProShares S&P 500® ex-Energy
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2015-09-22
Benchmark
S&P 500 TR
Advisor Company
ProShares
Custodian
JPMorgan
Manager
Neches/Sullivan