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Leveraged ETFs: Some Of The Best Include ProShares Trust (TBZ), Direxion Daily 20 Year Plus Treasury Br (TMV) & More

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Interested in leveraged ETFs? In the U.S. equity universe, Exchange Traded Funds have occupied a strong position being a popular security among traders and investors. The choice of putting one’s money in ETFs is pretty clear, since they offer many benefits in terms of taxes, costs, dividends and also intraday price fluctuations, which is convinient for speculative investors.

One more good thing about ETFs is their leveraging tactics. This means that a leveraged ETF employs financial derivates and debt, aside from the price variations of the index it follows. To put it more simply, a leveraged ETF increases by a double or triple amount as the index it tracks. However, it’s not so perfect, and the downside of the leverage is that it works the other way as well, so if the index followed declines, the fund loses even more ground.

Leveraged ETFWith this in mind, let’s take a look at some of the biggest and highest returning leveraged ETFs, in terms of AUM and year-to-date returns, in a style similar to our coverage of short ETFs. ProShares Trust (NYSEARCA:TBZ), which tracks the Barclays Capital U.S. 3-7 Year Treasury Bond Index, is a member of the list, has a year-to-date return 3.3% and over $4 million in assets under management.
TBZ Chart

TBZ data by YCharts

Read on to see the list of more leveraged ETFs:

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