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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    How to Profit When the Stock Market Goes Down

    Beginners in the stock market tend to think about investing as buying stocks and making money when those stocks go up. But it’s not the only way.

    By David Moadel
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Recession Signs, Market Crash—Time for Inverse ETFs?

    After rising on easing trade tensions on Tuesday, US stock market indexes crashed yesterday. The S&P 500 (SPY) fell 2.9%, and the Nasdaq (QQQ) fell 3.02%.

    By Mike Sonnenberg
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Could the S&P 500’s Stalled Ascent Derail Economic Expansion?

    The risk scenario The S&P 500’s rally has stalled just shy of 2,500. Investors are drawn to to riskier assets such as equities when they expect further expansion in the economy. The S&P 500 (SPY), which comprises the 500 largest stocks in the United States, is a constituent of the Conference Board Leading Economic Index […]

    By Ricky Cove
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Bernstein Weighs In on the Fed Being Blamed for Bull Market

    Rate cut and stocks Monetary accommodation is generally good for stocks. A cut in interest rates makes borrowing cheaper for households and businesses, pushing them to spend and invest. A rate cut is good for stocks because it allows companies to borrow money at lower interest rates and invest in new plants, machinery, or operation expansion, […]

    By David Ashworth
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    How daily re-balancing affects returns on leveraged ETFs

    Leveraged ETFs seek to provide a certain multiple (generally 2x or 3x) of daily returns on the underlying index. The daily movements in the underlying index and subsequent changes in ETF exposure may mean the ETF manager needs to rebalance the portfolio daily.

    By Mike Sonnenberg
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    Inverse and leveraged ETFs and financial institutions like Citibank

    While traditional ETFs seek to mirror the performance of an underlying index, leveraged ETFs seek to deliver multiples of the daily returns of the benchmark index that they track. For example, the ProShares Ultra S&P500 (SSO) seeks to achieve twice the daily returns of the S&P 500, before fees and expenses.

    By Mike Sonnenberg
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