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ProShares Short S&P 500

If you think the recent selling in equities is a harbinger of more widespread pain to come, then your broadest bet is the ProShares Short S&P 500 (SH). This inverse ETF is designed to move in the opposite direction of the broad market S&P 500 Index. Basically, if the S&P 500 were to go into correction mode, falling another 5% or so from where it trades right now, then SH would gain about 5%. Putting SH in your trading portfolio gives you an easy, low-cost way to hedge your long portfolio against further selling.

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3 Comments

  1. Brad Vogel says:

    TZA hardly moves compared to its opposite TNA. Try TVIX. In place of TZA. It will cost you alot less per share and you get more price movement than the useless TZA

  2. Johannah says:

    That’s a cunning answer to a chglienalng question

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