I write about investing, with a particular focus on portfolio management. Some of my favorite topics include niche ETFs and volatility.
We have ETFs for almost everything today. But what happens when you use the ETF's strategy on the ETF itself?
Leveraged ETFs are risky. And you've probably been warned against using them for the right reasons. But, when managed properly, can they be part of a longer-term investor's portfolio? The data says yes.