QQQ Short Proshares (PSQ)
$17.78 0.12 (0.67%)
20:00 EDT PSQ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $17.78
Market Cap 194.02M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.22M
Day's Range 17.76 - 18.10
52-Week Range 17.76 - 29.70
Dividend & Yield 0.23 (1.27%)
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Fortunately, that objective is easily met with an array of exchange traded funds (ETFs). In fact, ETFs are arguably the best instruments with which to bolster downside protection or profit from swooning equities because the fund structure eliminates the time constraints associated options strategies and the need to identify the right stocks to sell short
Adding to the case for considering some of the best funds for downside protection are numerous factors, including flareups in the US/China spat, the Federal Reserve potentially reversing course and deciding to raise interest rates multiple times this year and the specter of markets pricing in concerns regarding the 2020 presidential candidates.
Investors could ride out the downbeat sentiments through inverse ETFs. Compare Brokers....
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Thursday’s Highlights at Noon: Hess (HES), Plug Power (PLUG), Apache (APA), Phillips 66 (PSX), Rite Aid (RAD)
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So far Thursday, July 9, NASDAQ is down -1.29% and the S&P is down -3.3%. Let’s take a look at this morning’s most active stocks and their recent analyst insights; Hess (HES – Research Report), Plug Power (PLUG – Research Report), Apache (APA – Research Report), Phillips 66 (PSX – Research Report) and Rite Aid