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reb13
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VIX ETF'S


Has anyone traded one? There is a 2x leveraged one that I have looked at but they all just seem to be losing battles.


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southernelite
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Doesn't seem to be any long term gains trading on volatility.






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reb13
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That is what I was thinking, but I was thinking a short term play would be good because there seems to be a little more volatility these couple of days.





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Mootsman
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I wouldn't get involved in that shite. My old roommate traded leveraged VIX etfs and got smoked. There's never any telling what they're going to do.





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slackster
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quote:

That is what I was thinking, but I was thinking a short term play would be good because there seems to be a little more volatility these couple of days.


Leveraged ETFs are ONLY short term plays. Never buy and hold. Ever.

Good luck.






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reb13
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I am just going to watch it for a little while. This would just be a straight gamble.





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BennyAndTheInkJets
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Leveraged ETFs are ONLY short term plays. Never buy and hold. Ever.

This. Especially ones that are supposed to track volatility.

The VIX is a model index that doesn't actually have to roll options in the market so transaction costs aren't included. So not only do you get tracking error and decay from colleteral posting on the leverage side but you also pick up a shite ton of decay from costs to roll options. I honestly would never advise using leveraged volatility ETFs, period.






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