Beating the Market with Leveraged ETFs

According to the definition provided by Investopedia, “Leveraged ETFs are typically used by traders who wish to speculate on an index, or to take advantage of the index’s short-term momentum. Due to the high-risk, high-cost structure of leveraged ETFs, they are rarely used as long-term investments. In many cases, traders hold positions in leveraged ETFs for just a few days or less.”

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