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SPXV

SPXV

ProShares S&P 500® ex-Health Care
NYSEARCA

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67.64
+0.32
+0.48%
Closed 16:00 09/24 EDT
OPEN
67.64
PREV CLOSE
70.76
HIGH
67.64
LOW
67.64
VOLUME
21
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
75.12
52 WEEK LOW
45.87
TOTAL ASSET
1.83M
YTD YIELD
8.67%
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How To Protect A Portfolio Without Market Timing
Market timing strategies built for the historical path markets once took are vulnerable if the future doesn’t mirror the past.In-the-money call options provide upside exposure to stock market gains without having to tie up a large amount of your capital.This strategy provides downside protection without timing the market.
Seekingalpha · 31m ago
Returning To Ground Zero
We believe we have started a new economic expansion and new bull market in stocks, and that we are in the early phase in which stock returns are the greatest.This is why we view any correction in stocks to be a buying opportunity to increase our exposure to stocks and commodities above our benchmark's neutral allocation, rather than the start of a new bear market.With interest rates back at zero and likely to stay there for years to come, cash and bonds, in our view, have poor long-term return characteristics.Over the last month, we began to divest a few positions that had erased the undervaluation we saw when we first bought them as we saw growing opportunities in other areas. One of the areas that has the greatest long-term appeal, in our view, is commodities.
Seekingalpha · 2h ago
Riddle Me This: What Looks Like A 'V' But Feels Like A 'U'?
After the end of 2019, the U.S. economy went straight into negative territory, as the pandemic-related shutdowns produced unprecedented contractions in activity.If the Atlanta Fed is correct, the U.S. economy has made progress beyond anyone's imagination just a few short months ago.If growth can snap back earlier than expected, what happens if inflation returns more quickly than anticipated as well?
Seekingalpha · 5h ago
COVID-19 Recession -- Mixed Signals: The iM-Weekly Unemployment Monitor: Update 9/24/2020
A truer picture of the employment situation is extracted from the Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims (UIWC) report.Persons receiving some form of unemployment benefits account for 16.2%.Monitoring of the weekly insured unemployed can provide early indication of recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.The current UIWC report shows that the economic recovery seems to be improving.
Seekingalpha · 9h ago
Durable Goods: Is The Momentum Durable Enough?
Transportation equipment and sales of motor vehicles & parts were instrumental in driving through a strong durable goods number for July.Without any likely stimulus until elections, Americans will be required to dip into their elevated savings and net-worth.Investors may consider, XTN, IYT, CARZ, or CAT.
Seekingalpha · 11h ago
You Can't Fight Them
The major central banks of the world have increased their assets by 46.7% since the beginning of the year.If you don't think this affects the equity markets, I beg to differ.It is not just the vertical shift, the amount of assets they currently have, but the horizontal expansion of their intentions.
Seekingalpha · 15h ago
Aging And Equities: Selling Stocks For The Long Term
Simply stated, companies require economic growth to prosper, and gains in productivity and the working-age population are what drives that growth.If population growth contributes to economic prosperity and stock valuations, United Nations (UN) population forecasts offer a glimpse of the future.If an expanding population is critical to global economic growth and stock returns, with the world population expected to grow over the next 80 years, why is the outlook so dire?
Seekingalpha · 15h ago
Today's Stock Market Is A Mirror Image Of 1999
On the surface, it would seem there are few similarities between today and the late 1990s.Digging deeper, we find more similarities than dissimilarities.It should serve a warning sign.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
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Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
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Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Month
5.9224%
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3-Month
12.2061%
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6-Month
16.4175%
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1-Year
8.6659%
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3-Year
14.0052%
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Since Inception
14.8979%
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Profile
Fund Name
ProShares S&P 500® ex-Health Care
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2015-09-22
Benchmark
Russell 1000 TR USD
Advisor Company
ProShares
Custodian
JPMorgan
Manager
Neches/Sullivan