VS 2X VIX Short Term (TVIX)
$112.36 0.00 (0.00%)
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Previous Close $112.36
Market Cap 10.71B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 112.36 - 112.36
52-Week Range 5.96 - 1,000.00
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Ian Cooper
Schools are shuttering. Sports teams are playing to empty stadiums. Cities are cancelling events and businesses are closing as markets plunge to historic lows. Fear....
The VelocityShares Daily 2X VIX Short-Term ETN (TVIX), like other volatility exchange-traded products, can spell trouble for novice traders.
U.S. equities finished in the red on Thursday after recovering from steep early morning losses driven by disappointment out of China.
In the end, the Dow Jones gained 0.1%, the S&P 500 gained 0.1%, the Nasdaq lost 0.2% and the Russell 2000 lost a fraction.
In the end, the Dow Jones lost 1.1%, the S&P 500 lost 0.9%, the Nasdaq lost 0.9% and the Russell 2000 lost 1.4%.
Fed hawkishness was the name of the game Tuesday. That and currency volatility helped take the S&P 500 and Dow Jones off all-time highs.
U.S. equities were hit hard on Friday, capping a two-day bout of weakness that has taken large-caps back to levels not seen since October. Investors continue to respond to the historic decision by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates on Wednesday for the first time since 2006.
The precipitous drop in the markets follows last week's spectacular gain for the largest single-day decline since September.
The market is back in the red for the year as oil and poor tech performance weighs on stocks.
Even Big Tech isn't immune to the slowdown in stocks, and bulls should prepare for breakdowns in their favorite momentum stocks.
U.S. and European equities were hit hard on Thursday, while Janet Yellen bolstered the case for a December interest rate hike. Weak economic data contributed as well.
Monday started the week off on the right foot, but with Tuesday's update on industrial production and Wednesday's Fed minutes reinforcing the likelihood of a rate liftoff next month, the rally will be short-lived.
The psychology of the market remains out of whack as a December rate hike nears. Meanwhile, investors take shelter behind the volatility.
All was quiet on Wall Street during Veteran's Day, as investors paid attention to soft economic data out of China coupled with huge retail sales. All while keeping one eye on the Fed's rate hike ambitions.
The markets rebounded Wednesday, putting (hopefully) a stop to the worst quarter in four years. But with the Fed rate hike still looming, don't expect a rally to last.
Even a behemoth like Apple (AAPL) isn't safe from the volatility of the markets. In the meantime, I suggest taking a defensive position, such as in the TVIX.
Stocks are still in the midst of their "hike or no hike" anxiety attack, while the weakness is backed up by government action against Big Pharma and disappointing economic data from China, sending the Dow Jones lower.
Financials were the winners of the day, while the selloff in biotech pressured all indices but the Dow Jones, which Nike (NKE) propped up on strong earnings.
Stocks came under increasing pressure Thursday on job cuts by Caterpillar, weaker oil prices and losses in Europe.