DXDProShares UltraShort Dow 30
DXD Fund Description
The ProShares UltraShort Dow30 provides 2x inverse exposure to the price-weighted Dow Jones Industrial Average, which includes 30 of the largest US companies.
DXD ETF.com Insight
DXD takes the exposure of its sister fund DOG one step further, adding a leverage factor of 2 to a bet against the Dow Jones Industrial Average with an intended duration of 1 day. The fund
“This geared inverse exposure is daily” is designed to deliver 2x the inverse performance of the 30 firms in the DJIA, weighted by price. This geared inverse exposure is daily, and anyone holding for longer than a day will be exposed to the path dependency and positional decay, both of which could take the returns in a different direction than what investors may expect. This dynamic is especially acute in funds that overlay leverage on inverse exposure. This can be avoided through shrewd portfolio management, but investors without the means to manage their exposure on a daily basis should either avoid DXD or use it as it was intended to be used: as a trading tool. In this, the fund excels—well over $20M worth of DXD trades on a daily basis, at tiny spreads. DXD charges a significant expense ratio, but few if any investors will realize that full holding cost.
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DXD Summary Data
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DXD Portfolio Data
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DXD Index Data
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DXD Fund Structure
“Yes” means the fund uses over the counter derivatives such as swaps and forwards
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DXD Tax Exposures
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