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UGE

UGE

ProShares Ultra Consumer Goods
NYSEARCA

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74.45
-3.01
-3.88%
Closed 16:00 03/04 EST
OPEN
74.45
PREV CLOSE
77.45
HIGH
74.45
LOW
74.45
VOLUME
317
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
90.48
52 WEEK LOW
24.40
TOTAL ASSET
11.60M
YTD YIELD
16.00%
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Early start to holiday shopping season pulls from Black Friday-Cyber Monday tally
The National Retail Federation says it saw the expected shift to digital by consumers during the Black Friday to Cyber Monday shopping period, For the first time ever, the number
Seekingalpha · 12/01/2020 16:15
Retail Spending Surges In September
Retail sales and food-services spending posted a strong gain in September.The September gain was the fifth in a row.Core retail sales, which exclude motor vehicles and gasoline retailers, posted a 1.5 percent gain for the month.Unit vehicle sales, reported earlier in the month, have also staged a very solid recovery.Results across the various categories of retailers were mostly positive in September.
Seekingalpha · 10/17/2020 07:30
September Production And Consumption Measures Both Surprise - In Opposite Directions
Industrial production has a 100-year-plus record of measuring the production side of the economy.Similarly, retail sales have a 70-year-plus record of measuring the consumption side of the economy.In September, both surprised, as production failed to confirm leading indicators and declined, while sales boomed despite the ending of emergency Congressional assistance.I am inclined to take both with extra grains of salt as potentially impacted by pandemic-related seasonal distortions.
Seekingalpha · 10/16/2020 14:43
U.S.: September Sales Surge
US retail sales are incredibly strong, rising 1.9% month-on-month versus 0.8% consensus.Strength was broad based with 12 out of 13 categories reporting a rise.Nonetheless, we shouldn't take too much away from what was a very good report, which saw sporting goods up 5.7%, health spending up 1.7% and eating/drinking out up 2.1%.
Seekingalpha · 10/16/2020 14:03
Trends With Benefits #30: Omnichannel Retail With Jeff Macke
Among the largest names in retail, as represented by the MVIS U.S. Listed Retail 25 Index, the differences between winners and losers this year is dramatic.The difference separating many of the names into winners and losers is their ability to leverage not only ecommerce, but all channels of marketing to facilitate engagement with their brand.
Seekingalpha · 10/13/2020 23:53
The Deceptive Recovery In Retail Sales Can't Last
Retail sales climbed back to record levels in June and continued to grow in July and August - despite painful levels of unemployment and income loss.But the good times will not last much longer: The massive government income support programs that funded consumer spending are ending, while shoppers will need to resume normal household necessities.Absent additional government interventions - which seem increasingly unlikely - retail sales will soon fall again and remain depressed until the pandemic eases and the economy recovers.
Seekingalpha · 10/09/2020 17:45
Conceptualizing The Volatility Decay Of Leveraged Funds
In this article I will walk you through the commonly used but wrong way to think about volatility decay.We'll then walk through an example of volatility decay with realistic numbers.Afterwards, we'll build a simple mathematical model to calculate volatility decay from first principles.We'll compare the model with back-test simulations done on portfoliovisualizer.com.
Seekingalpha · 09/22/2020 17:49
Retail check: Holiday sales seen rising 1.0% to 2.6%
AlixPartners is out with a forecast for the 2020 holiday season (defined this year as October through the end of December).The research firm expects an increase in sales of 1.0%
Seekingalpha · 09/21/2020 14:31
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Ratings
Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
03/31/2011
3 Year
Morningstar
  • Performance
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  • Dividend History
Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Day
-6.1051%
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1-Week
-2.4380%
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1-Month
15.2514%
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3-Month
35.3418%
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6-Month
28.2919%
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YTD
16.0027%
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1-Year
36.7916%
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3-Year
12.2396%
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5-Year
15.6478%
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10-Year
21.6370%
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Since Inception
14.1140%
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Profile
Fund Name
ProShares Ultra Consumer Goods
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2007-01-30
Benchmark
Russell 1000 TR USD
Advisor Company
ProShares
Custodian
JPMorgan
Manager
Neches/Dave