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Exchange traded funds, or ETFs, are publicly traded investment funds that attempt to replicate the composition and performance of common indexes, according to Nasdaq. For many investors, owning portfolios that mimic larg... More »

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A 3x leveraged exchange traded fund seeks to outperform the index or commodity it tracks by three times. If the tracked index raises by 1 percent, a 3x leveraged ETF would aim to create a 3 percent return on investment. More »

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Several exchange-traded funds track the Dow Jones Industrial Average but have a negligible impact on the price of the 30 companies that comprise the Dow index, according to The Motley Fool. Since the Dow is such a liquid... More »

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