The DB Gold Double Short ETN (DZZ) is one of Deutsche Bank’s legacy exchange-traded notes. DZZ has minimal assets and negligible daily trading. It may be difficult for investors to buy and sell.
Unlike ETFs, exchange-traded notes can be hard to kill. Deutsche Bank has delisted dozens of its ETNs in recent years, but other zombie ETNs continue to limp around the market. Investors should look closely at liquidity, especially for notes with minimal assets and trading volume. A little research can save a bigger headache down the road. For investors who want to short gold via an exchange-traded vehicle, there are other options, like ProShares UltraShort Gold (GLL).
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View charts featuring ETF fund flow data.5 Day Net Flows: 0 1 Month Net Flows: 0 3 Month Net Flows: 0 6 Month Net Flows: 0 1 Year Net Flows: 0 3 Year Net Flows: -10.11 M 5 Year Net Flows: -35.05 M 10 Year Net Flows: -77.32 M
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