Straight-up market movements have hidden some of the pitfalls of these exchange-traded funds.
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Are leveraged ETFs a good bet for long-term investors?
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Surprisingly, leveraged ETFs worked well as a long-term investment in 2013. Find out why here.
Investors are putting more money into the U.S. stock market, but it's not coming from where many people expected it would.
Leveraged ETFs often don't hold up the way you'd like over the long run.
Stocks keep going higher, but one stat may signal problems on the horizon.
These exchange-traded funds all take a slightly different angle on owning stocks.
Could these dangerous speculative plays be disappearing as another player in leveraged ETFs exits the space?
Deeply leveraged ETF shares don't just mirror the market -- they move it, too.