Since 1997, Direxion has been offering non-traditional investments to accommodate various market cycles. For financial advisors, individual investors, institutions, and active traders, Direxion specializes in providing solutions that deliver:
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Summer is almost over. And in addition to buying new pencils, rulers, backpacks, and Trapper Keepers for their kids, investors will get back to work after Labor Day looking for new investments.
Summer is finally here after only nine months of waiting. Now might be a good time to look at investments that have to do with the summer months.
Every spring, pundits, analysts, and market makers come out with their “Sell in May, and Go Away” approach to the market. Some argue “yes,” some argue “no,” and some argue “it depends.”
The Fed raised rates by 0.25% on March 14th, for just the third time since 2006. Oddly enough, the increase was actually seen as dovish by traders.
In this series, we’ll take a look at the financial, healthcare, and energy sectors and what opportunities they could bring.
New policies may affect each sector differently, which is causing sectors to move in a variety of directions. In this series, we’ll shed some light on the impact of Trump’s policies on certain sectors.
What are the long-term implications of OPEC’s decision to cut the oil production of its constituents?
In a historic moment in American politics, Donald Trump won the 2016 election. While he has released a plan for his first 100 days in office, much is still unknown about how his polices will affect the country. The market seems to have opined already in broad rallies led by specific industries.
How may 2016’s historic presidential election affect the markets?
In light of the recent strength of emerging markets, could investments into these markets benefit your portfolio?
What are inverse ETFs, and can they help you protect your gains in today’s tumultuous markets?