Every day, as the world of ETFs continues to grow, it seems like there are more and more new ETF innovations. However, one of the most popular types of ETFs that has grown in popularity recently has been the inverse ETF.
Inverse ETFs are a way to put on a short ETF position by buying an exchange traded fund. You can use them to inversely track an underlying index or investment product, hedge downside risk, or open your portfolio to downside exposure. How you use them is up to you, however this list of inverse ETFs may help you decide which ones to use.
While this is not every inverse ETF in the investing universe, this a pretty comprehensive list of the major (and most popular) inverse ETFs and even inverse ETNs. More will come and some will go, but this list is a great place to get started if you’re looking for inverse ETFs for your investing strategy.
For more information about each inverse ETF or ETN, click on the symbol or the name of the fund.
It is always smart to conduct thorough research before you get started with ETFs or any other investments. Hopefully this list will be a means to that end.