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An Income Strategy That’s Also Portfolio Protection
Article By: InvestorsAlley
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 3:44 PM EDT
Selling puts on the Proshares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures ETF (UVXY) is one of my go-to trades when implied volatility is high, and I think it will stay elevated in the near-term. Let's take a look.
In this article: UVXY
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Three ETFs Going Up While The Market Crashes
Article By: InvestorsAlley
Friday, May 6, 2022 5:22 AM EDT
Markets are in disaster mode. Since the end of April, the Dow is down about 3,000 points thanks to fears of inflation, recession, and rate hikes; the war in Ukraine; and nervous traders running for the exits.
In this article: UVXY, VIXY, VXX Also: DJI
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Three ETFs For Rate Hikes, Economic Slowdown, And War
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Wednesday, January 26, 2022 7:15 AM EDT
With all three catalysts, we’re also not surprised the Volatility Index, or what’s commonly referred to as the Fear Gauge is up about 17 points since the start of 2022.
In this article: UVXY, VIXY, VXX
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The Best And Worst ETFs Of 2021
Article By: Benzinga
Saturday, January 1, 2022 11:30 PM EDT
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) had a great year in 2021, gaining 27.4% on the year. But not all market sectors and investment themes delivered equal performances. Here’s an overview of some of the top and bottom ETF performers of 2021.
In this article: UVXY, DRN, SOXS, SPY, UCO, NAIL, DRIP, CWEB, BDRY, NRGU, NRGD
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A VIX ETF For Market Volatility
Article By: Benzinga
Wednesday, May 26, 2021 12:06 PM EDT
Retail investors can gain exposure to the VIX, too. They can use the ProShares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures ETF UVXY.
In this article: UVXY Also: VIX
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Buy Equity Vol - But Not For The Reason You Think
Josh Reesman 4/19/2019 4:41:04 AM

What’s your vehicle of choice for this? $UVXY?

Don't Invest In Things You Don't Understand
Dean Gilmore 2/11/2018 12:39:33 PM

Read the prospectus it's all there you can't get rich off #etfs only way you can is seesaw $uvxy against $xiv it's too late.

New York Times Takes Aim At The Volatility Trade And Trading Crowd
Patrick Schlimme 9/5/2017 2:53:31 PM

Hi Seth, I am glad I found your valuable insights (after reading the NYT article) on trading short vol. I have a very similar approach (taking advantage of spikes in the VIX) and found your strategy underpinning mine. Shorting the $UVXY has made me quite some money (in fact it was the biggest money maker in my portfolio). However, I have switched to the $SVXY because it lets me sleep better: being long I cannot lose more than I invested and I don't have the problem that my broker wants the borrowed shares back (this has happened to me twice). Thanks! Will follow you here and on Twitter.

VIX-Leveraged ETPs And The 5% Contango Rule
Bill Bishop 5/1/2017 5:58:27 PM

Okay but the phrase "like instruments" may be confusing to some. I wanted to be clear that even instruments appearing to be opposites, or at least on opposite sides such as $VXX and $XIV, $UVXY and $SVXY, $ZIV and $VXZ etc. all declined in 2015.

VIX-Leveraged ETPs And The 5% Contango Rule
Seth Golden 5/1/2017 9:46:45 AM

Thank you! This article www.talkmarkets.com/.../uvxy-reverse-split-ahead-how-to-position-when-volatility-spikes offers my positioning when $UVXY or $VXX spike, usually during negative contango.

UVXY: Market Uncertainty And Telling The Untold Future
Vibrant Cosmos 3/26/2017 10:43:10 PM

Sorry hear what you had to go through as child. Very much agree the quote. You have been motivation for me to follow a methodical approach for profits, i might not be as aggressive as you are in shorting $UVXY, but am short never getting into a "called in" situation. Thanks for your posts.

VIX Trading: Even The Pros Get It Wrong
Bill Bishop 2/7/2017 3:23:37 PM

I like your system of shorting $UVXY using layering techniques and routinely taking profits. We just have to keep in mind that it did go up about 1,100% using simulated back-testing late in 2008. If you had relentlessly kept on trying to meet your margin calls, you would be hurt pretty bad. And yeah, the Twitter thing is a lesson to everyone: "Don't tweet strangers unless you are fine with them blocking you."

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