Eight Types of ETF Portfolios To Trade
As explained ETF stands for, Exchange-traded fund and is a system of investing and achieving broad market access at low cost as explained on our Exchange traded funds forecasts and are professionally managed portfolios that will pool assets from many investors with similar strategies.
The Following data shows eight types of ETF Portfolio strategies and the percentage of Investment to execute for various levered and non-levered strategies, depending on how aggressive you want to be.
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Full Equity Portfolio
Full Equity Long/Short
SPY 25% short or to inverse to SH
QQQ 20% short or to inverse to PSQ
IWM 20% short or to inverse RWM
XLB 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
XLE 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
XLI 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
XLK 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
XLP 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
XLV 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
XLY 5% short or to SPY/SH depending on the signal
Full Equity Levered
The Levered Strategy is more aggressive than the non-levered strategy giving you higher returns on investment.
Full Equity Levered Long/Short
SSO 20% Short or to inverse SDS
QLD 20% Short or to inverse QID
UWM 20% Short or to inverse TWM
DIG 5% Short or to inverse DIG
XLB 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
XLE 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
XLI 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
XLK 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
XLP 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
XLV 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
XLY 5% Short or to either SSO/SDS
FOCUS EQUITY No Leverage
FOCUS EQUITY (No Leverage) LONG/SHORT
SPY 20% to short or SH
QQQ 20% to short or PSQ
IWM 20% to short or RWM
GDX 20% to short no inverse
USO 20% to short no inverse
FOCUS EQUITY LEVERED
FOCUS EQUITY LEVERED LONG/SHORT
SSO 20% to short or inverse SDS
QLD 20% to short or inverse QID
UWM 20% to short or inverse TWM
GDXX 20% to short or inverse GDXS
DIG 20% to short or inverse DUG
You can see the historical performance of dig/dug over a years period where it saw equity growth of 137%, to see how it performed: DIG/DUG Historical Performance
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