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ProShares Short S&P500 SH

Alternate Symbol(s):  SH.IV | SH.NV | SH.SO

Price: $22.73 | Change: $-0.02 | %Change: -0.09%
Volume: 452,400 | Day High/Low: 22.73/22.68 | 52 Week High/Low: 28.58/22.63


Last Traded: September 17, 2014 07:33 Transaction Volume: 452,400
Open: $22.73 Previous Close: $22.75
Bid: $22.72 Ask: $22.73
Bid Size: 30,400 Ask Size: 14,500
Market Cap: $1.5b Shares Out: 67.4m
PE Ratio: 18.6 Dividend Yield: N/A
Scale: 1d 5d 3m 6m 1y 2y 5y
Type: Line Area OHLC

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ProShares Launches Listed Private Equity ETF

Business Wire   February 28, 2013
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Mind the leverage. It might kill your wallet.

Investors should monitor their ProShares holdings consistent with their strategies, as frequently as daily. Never hold them for a long time.

Willem Weytjens   January 4, 2012
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Beware of defensive stock advice

Before you rush out to buy stocks like McDonald's, Coca Cola, Kraft Foods, Proctor & Gamble, or dividend paying utilities like Duke Energy, be aware of the actual history during market downturns

Sy Harding   April 23, 2012
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More impetus for a summer stock market correction

After four or five months of surprisingly strong economic reports that fueled the rally off the October low, it looks like the U.S. economic recovery has reached another slippery slope

Sy Harding   April 16, 2012
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Jobs report rains on soft spot hopes

It's time to face the reality that the economic soft spot of the first six months is still not showing signs of even bottoming

Sy Harding   July 11, 2011
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Don't fall for the 'defensive portfolio' hype

In a stock market decline, investors do not continue to value the earnings of those companies as highly as during an exciting bull market

Sy Harding   April 18, 2011
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