This exchange-traded note is one option for investors looking to bet on the euro; URR is designed to appreciate if the euro zone currency gains value relative to the U.S. dollar. URR utilizes daily leverage, meaning the the target multiplier may not hold for periods longer or shorter than a single trading session. URR will not be useful to investors building a long-term portfolio, and should be used with caution only by those with the ability and willingness to monitor and potentially rebalance regularly. For those with a bullish outlook on the euro, URR can be a powerful tool. But for most investors, this product will be of little use. DRR is the bear counterpart to this fund, while ULE offers generally similar exposure. It should be noted that URR is an exchange-traded note, meaning that investors are exposed to the credit risk of the issuing institution.
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This ETF is not currently available for commission free trading on any platforms.
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