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- Fund Family REX Shares
- Assets Under Management 1,008,500
- Shares Outstanding, K 50
- 60-Month Beta -5.11
- Price/Earnings ttm 0.00
- Annual Dividend & Yield N/A
- Most Recent Dividend N/A
- Management Fee 0.95%
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+2.37 (+13.31%)since 03/16/21
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-20.29 (-50.15%)since 01/15/21
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-861.06 (-97.71%)since 04/16/20
The last week was extremely upbeat for Wall Street with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones at record highs.
Last week was downbeat for Wall Street due to rising rate worries and subdued retail sales data. Several inverse leveraged ETFs gained handsomely last week.
Last week was downbeat for Wall Street. Simple profit-booking and some warnings from the too-big-to-fail companies probably led to this crash.
The month of September has been brutal for the U.S. stock market with the S&P 500 Index on track for its sharpest decline in September since 2002.
The broad market sell-off has resulted in a spike for inverse or inverse leveraged ETFs.
The oil market could face one of the largest supply overhangs in modern oil market history in April. This indicates that the worst might not be over yet.
The rapidly spreading coronavirus has made investors jittery this week, sending the global market into a tailspin. This has resulted in strong demand for inverse or inverse leveraged ETFs.
Wall Street has been witnessing a tough ride this month due to U.S.-China trade conflicts, weak global economic data, low inflation and political unrest in Hong Kong.
Amid bearish fundamentals, many investors have turned bearish on the energy sector and are seeking to tap this opportunity. For them, an inverse or leveraged inverse play on energy or oil could be an excellent...
|3rd Resistance Point||22.02|
|2nd Resistance Point||21.15|
|1st Resistance Point||20.66|
|1st Support Level||19.30|
|2nd Support Level||18.43|
|3rd Support Level||17.94|