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Leveraged ETFs allow investors to amplify exposure to a desired index over a certain period of time, making them popular with looking to bet on short-term movements in a specific sector or asset class. Below are our best articles on leveraged ETF funds, breaking down how these funds works and what options there are for ETF investors.

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Reducing Leveraged ETF Risks with Options

Leveraged ETFs have become very popular among active traders looking to increase their exposure...

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7 Risks of Trading Leveraged ETFs and How to Avoid Them

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Leveraged/Inverse China ETFs

For investors looking to achieve leveraged and inverse exposure to China’s stock market, there...

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Leveraged ETFs: Frequent Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Leveraged ETF Rebalancing: An ETFdb.com Guide

Since their introduction in 2006, leveraged ETFs have attracted tens of billions of dollars in...

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