FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some examples of ETFs.
For a list of ETFs with exposure to foreign markets, go here: http://www.indexfunds.com/articles/20000824_etflist2_new_veh_JS.htm
For a list of leveraged ETFs, go here: http://etfdb.com/type/equity/leveraged/
SPY (S&P 500 - this index contains commodities-related stocks)
IWM (Russell 2000)
ILF (Latin America)
EPP (Asia Pacific ex-Japan)
UUP (Dollar Index)
SMH (Semiconductor Index)
RJA (Rogers Intl Commodity Index)
DBA (Agriculture: several)
JJS (Agriculture: cotton, coffee, sugar)
UPV (inverse Europe)
EWZ (Brazil - play on commodities)
SSO (S&P 500)
QLD (NASDAQ 100)
USD (Semiconductor Index)
SOXL (Semiconductor Index)
UPRO (S&P 500)
TQQQ (NASDAQ 100)
TNA (Russell 2000)
TYH (Russell 1000 Technology)
EDC (Emerging markets)
RWM- Russell 2000 1x bear. It should approximate 1x the inverse of the Russell 2000.
PSQ - NASDAQ 1x bear. It should approximate 1x the inverse of the NASDAQ Composite.
VXX - corresponds to the performance of the S&P 500 VIX short-term futures index. When the market is heading lower, this ETN (exchange traded note) rises.
SH- inverse S&P 500 - this index contains commodities-related stocks
UDN- inverse dollar index
EUM - emerging markets
ZSL (inverse silver)
DZZ (inverse gold)
EPV (inverse Europe - play on sovereign debt problems)
BZQ (inverse Brazil)
SDS (inverse S&P 500)
QID (inverse NASDAQ 100)
FXP- (inverse China)
SSG (inverse semiconductor)
EEV (emerging markets)
TZA - Small cap 3x bear. This should provide one of the greatest gains should the market begin a downtrend as small caps tend to be the most volatile of the major indices.
TYP - Russell 1000 Technology 3x bear. This will behave similarly to the SQQQ.
SQQQ - NASDAQ 100 3x bear
SPXU - S&P 500 3x bear
EDZ - Emerging markets 3x bear
SOXS - Semiconductor 3x bear
|First published:||17 Nov 2010|
|Last updated:||24 Mar 2011|