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Inverse bond mutual funds and ETFs seek to generate returns equal to... Inverse bond mutual funds and ETFs seek to generate returns equal to an inverse fixed multiple of short-term returns of a fixed-income index. For example, a -2x 10-year U.S. Treasury ETF would aim to return twice the inverse return of 10-year U.S. Treasury bond index. If 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds fall 1%, the daily return of a -2x fund should be 2%. On the other hand, if 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds rise 1%, the corresponding ETF should fall by 2%. These funds can be particularly risky given the use of leverage and short positions (bets against an asset). As such, they should only be held by experienced traders on a very short-term basis. Long-term, conservative-minded investors should instead look to invest in a unleveraged fixed income ETF or mutual fund, which simply buys or holds (aka takes long positions) traditional debt securities. Last Updated: 12/01/2022 View more View less

Inverse bond mutual funds and ETFs seek to generate returns equal to an inverse fixed multiple of short-term returns of a fixed-income index. For example, a -2x 10-year U.S. Treasury ETF would aim... Inverse bond mutual funds and ETFs seek to generate returns equal to an inverse fixed multiple of short-term returns of a fixed-income index. For example, a -2x 10-year U.S. Treasury ETF would aim to return twice the inverse return of 10-year U.S. Treasury bond index. If 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds fall 1%, the daily return of a -2x fund should be 2%. On the other hand, if 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds rise 1%, the corresponding ETF should fall by 2%. These funds can be particularly risky given the use of leverage and short positions (bets against an asset). As such, they should only be held by experienced traders on a very short-term basis. Long-term, conservative-minded investors should instead look to invest in a unleveraged fixed income ETF or mutual fund, which simply buys or holds (aka takes long positions) traditional debt securities. Last Updated: 12/01/2022 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

$7.78

+1.70%

$294.36 M

0.00%

$0.00

7.61%

-13.47%

-13.08%

-14.42%

3.01%

$169.43

-0.26%

$143.70 M

0.00%

-

43.79%

79.94%

37.86%

15.04%

2.76%

$36.82

-0.27%

$40.33 M

0.00%

-

54.77%

4.62%

-1.69%

-4.12%

1.69%

$50.84

+0.83%

$12.00 M

2.27%

$1.14

4.50%

-3.97%

-4.41%

-6.72%

1.58%

$14.65

-0.07%

$5.87 M

0.00%

-

18.53%

1.91%

-0.42%

-1.56%

1.78%

$29.01

-0.06%

$5.61 M

0.00%

-

33.40%

4.48%

-0.29%

-

1.39%

$3.72

-0.27%

$4.14 M

0.00%

-

2.76%

-1.90%

-5.67%

-12.47%

-

$32.00

+0.85%

$1.49 M

0.00%

-

6.35%

-1.59%

-3.59%

-6.56%

1.78%

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