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Short and Leveraged ETCs

Friday, August 08, 2008
Commodity exposure: How do they differ from a short /leveraged position?.

A SQUARE :: 08Aug08 Short and Leveraged ETCs
Category Commodity
Author Sona Blessing
Short ETC investing needs no stock borrowing, no additional collateral

Leveraged ETCs - Obtain exposure with only half the capital or obtain twice the exposure with the same amount of capital
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