Ipath.B S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX)
$42.40 1.01 (2.33%)
19:56 EDT VXX Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $42.40
Market Cap 1.33B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 20.88M
Day's Range 41.92 - 43.72
52-Week Range 13.15 - 78.84
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 GLD, TLT and VXX are 3 stock to trade into the Fed event. Wall Street is still too comfortable with them -- so there is more downside.
As tariff worries come to a head between the U.S. and China, these corners of the market are more likely to keep investors' money safe.
Stocks suffered their worst one-day decline on Thursday since the panic of Feb. 8. With that in mind, investors should expect more volatility in the hours ahead.
Stocks slumped hard on Thursday reversing early session gains after President Trump surprised the world by announcing tariffs on imported steel and aluminum of 25% and 10%, respectively.
Stocks rolled over and dropped hard on Wednesday, reversing an opening gap higher and a mid-day recovery attempt to careen deep into the red in a nasty end-of-session slide.
Stocks succumbed to a nasty bought of selling pressure on Tuesday after new Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell sounded a hawkish note in his first appearance to Congress.
Stocks rebounded strongly on Wednesday in the wake of what looked, on the surface, to be a strong Consumer Price Inflation report.
Investments in the stock market have a positive expectation over time. Volatility products and volatility ETFs are literally gambling, and in some cases you're just handing your money over to the casino.
The Dow Jones lost 4.6% and suffered its largest-ever point decline at 1,175 on Monday -- with the losses continuing to deepen in the overnight futures session.
These inverse ETFs could prove beneficial if markets turn rocky.
Concerns continue to grow over Trump's ability to implement his corporate agenda as the Dow Jones and small-cap stocks deflate.
Keep an eye on these ETFs as the Dow rolls over amid hawkish Fed minutes and an increasingly volatile response from Trump on Charlottesville.
U.S. equities finished sharply lower on Thursday as the bond market displayed weakness, pushing long-term interest rates higher.
Some ETFs are great and can work wonders in your portfolio. But the ones in this list are ETFs to sell, and now, because they're unlikely to be helping.
I think there’s more volatility in this market than they’re saying at this point. I expect the VIX to rise again, which would be advantageous to this position.
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