U.S. stocks ended the day with sharp losses Friday, posting the worst 10-day start to a year in history. A combination of plunging crude-oil prices CLG6, -4.87% and worries about slowing growth in the U.S. and China unsettled investors. Stocks trimmed their losses in the last hour of trading, but remained sharply lower. The S&P 500 SPX, -2.16% closed 45 points, or 2.3%, lower at 1,876, with financials, information technology and energy leading the losses. The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -2.39% fell 392 points, or 2.4%, to 15,987. Intel INTC, +0.24% led the Dow industrials lower, down more than 9%. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite COMP, -2.74% ended the day down 127 points, or 2.7%, at 4,488.
In week two of the new year, the eight indexes our world watch list continued their selloff. The top performer over the previous week was the UK's FTSE 100, down only 1.83%. The biggest loser is China's Shanghai Composite, down 8.96% this week, which (bizarrely enough) is an improvement over its 9.97% plunge the first week of the new year. Are we seeing a global bear market? Consider this: Since their 2015 highs, four of the eight are down more than 20%: The Shanghai at -48.3%, the Hang Seng at -31.4%, the DAX at -24.4% and the CAC 40 at 20.1%. The FTSE and SENSEX are not far behind.
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jeffolie: One might short a bull ETF to gain the decay but this requires a margin position subject to changes imposed by the exchanges & brokers
Oct 26, 2013 13:26:07 GMT -6
jeffolie: Holding a stop loss in these algo dominated markets almost always means the algos will hit your stops
Oct 26, 2013 13:20:09 GMT -6
jeffolie: Even so, these leveraged ETFs do not create margin calls nor expiration dates thus allowing one to hold indefinitely
Oct 26, 2013 13:17:52 GMT -6
jeffolie: Yes, the ETF features fading/leveraged decay because the futures and/or options used decay plus the administrative costs rise the decay, declining value ... I accept this as a cost and feature of all ETFs that purchase futures/options to maintain price
Oct 26, 2013 13:15:38 GMT -6
mimzy: jeffolie ~ I've been reading/lurking you for a year or three now and was wondering if your could you explain how you overcome quantum fading/leveraged decay in your ETF short position of the DJIA?
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