Education – Thematic Weight ETFs

  • A New Category of ETF for a Traditional Investing Strategy

    Once you move beyond plain vanilla passive indexes, ETF investing is about themes. Every ETF is built to reflect a particular slice of a market, allowing investors to participate in that theme in a cost-effective, liquid and transparent way. But investment themes run deep, and there’s only so…

  • Commodities Commentary 2018

    The Auspice Broad Commodity Index (ABCERI), the benchmark index for the Direxion Indexed Commodity & Income Strategy Fund (DXCTX) and the Direxion Auspice Broad Commodity Strategy ETF (COM), ended the year slightly down at -0.98%. ABCERI compared favorably to some of the most notable commodity…

  • Why Use Relative Value Strategies?

    Introducing Direxion’s Relative Weight ETFs, a suite of exchange traded funds that may provide a simple, cost-efficient, transparent way to potentially profit from specific relative-value investment strategies.

  • Relative Value Investing – Now Relatively Simple

    Stocks offer great potential for growth over time. However, not all stocks move in lock step. Different categories of stocks move in cycles, each reacting to different economic environments in different ways. Value stocks can perform differently than growth stocks.

  • Understanding QQQE

    Watch this video to learn about QQQE, the Direxion NASDAQ-100 Equal Weighted Index Shares allots the same weight, or importance, to each stock in the index. The result is a more diversified performance contribution from the individual companies, and sectors that are in the index.

  • Understanding KNOW

    Watch this video to discover your alternative to standard weighted-index investing in the S&P 1500, with KNOW, Direxion All Cap Insider Sentiment Shares which provides investors with access to stocks that corporate officers, directors, and shareholders are accumulating.

  • Nasdaq Equal Weighted Index Shares: QQQE

    The benefit of most index funds is that they diversify away from single security risk by holding a broad basket of stocks, generally weighted by market cap, and instead isolate the "market" risk of the index that you’re targeting.

  • MLP ETFs Structured as C corporations

    [btn_download link="/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/MLP-ETFs-C-Corp-FAQ.pdf"]download pdf[/btn_download]   What are MLPs? Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) are owners and operators of key pieces of infrastructure involved in the North American energy supply chain, and as a result may stand to…

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