Understanding Leveraged ETFs - Cabot Wealth Network

Understanding Leveraged ETFs

Leveraged ETFs can lead to big returns or big losses. Join Kate as she explains these funds and how to (and how not to) trade them.

It's important to know how to invest in ETFs in today's market.

Join Cabot’s Kate Stalter as she returns with a video offering insight into understanding leveraged ETFs and the place they may have in your portfolio. She explains what differentiates leveraged ETFs from traditional ETFs and how those funds obtain their leverage using derivatives. Kate emphasizes that these leveraged funds are not intended as long-term holdings, citing a prior interview of the CEO of Direxion (one of the oldest names in leveraged funds).

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Kate then goes on to break down the historical returns of a very popular leveraged fund with over $3 billion assets under management (AUM). Lastly, Kate shifts to inverse leveraged funds and explains both the need for exceptional market timing and the inherent volatility risk. The ETFs featured in this video are used for educational purposes only and should not be considered recommendations.

Have you traded leveraged ETFs in your own portfolio? What has your experience been?

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Michael Cintolo is a growth stock and market timing expert. His Cabot Growth Investor, with its legendary Model Portfolio, is recommended for all investors seeking to grow their wealth. His Cabot Top Ten Trader is a ticket to fast profits in stocks that are under accumulation now.

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