Inverse/Short Broad Emerging Markets ETFs seek to provide the opposite daily or monthly return of emerging-market stock indexes. The funds use futures contracts to gain exposure and may be leveraged. They essentially provide a synthetic short position in EM stocks. Emerging markets are nations in the early stages of their economic growth. The level of magnification is included in each fund’s description and is generally -1x, -2x or -3x .
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As of 02/05/23