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Why Leveraged ETFs Don’t Match Market Performance

Why Leveraged ETFs Don’t Match Market Performance No product on Wall Street draws more criticism than leveraged ETFs. Leverage funds are designed to multiply the performance of indexes, but often do so poorly in the long run. These products were built for traders – not investors. They match the daily return of the underlying index and multiply that. As such, …