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This ETF offers daily -2x leveraged exposure to a benchmark that consists of companies engaged in the natural gas industry, making it a potentially useful tool for investors looking to bet against a narrow slice of the energy industry. Like other leveraged ETFs with a daily reset features, GASX probably doesn't make much sense for investors with a long time horizon looking to construct a buy-and-hold portfolio. Rather, GASX should appeal primarily to those interested in establishing a short term tactical bet against natural gas stocks. Part of the reason that GASX is inappropriate for long-term portfolios is the daily reset feature employed; this ETF is designed to deliver -200% exposure to the underlying benchmark only over that course of a single trading session. The effective exposure delivered if held for a longer or shorter stretch can vary significantly, especially in volatile market environments. That doesn't mean GASX can't be used as a part of a multi-session strategy; investors with a position in this ETF must simply be aware of the nuances of leveraged exposure and be willing and able to monitor a position regularly and potentially rebalance if necessary. Those interested in non-leveraged exposure to natural gas equities might want to take a look at FCG, while those looking for leveraged long exposure will want to consider GASL.
This section compares the cost efficiency of this ETF to peers in the same ETFdb.com Category.
GASX does not have an ESG score. There are no ESG themes that map to this ETF.
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