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24.20 -0.79    -3.16%
08/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Pre Market
24.31
+0.11
+0.45%
4:01:27 - Real-time Data
Type:  ETF
Market:  United States
Issuer:  ProShares
Asset Class:  Bond
  • Volume: 2,966,158
  • Bid/Ask: 23.70 / 24.46
  • Day's Range: 24.12 - 24.53
ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury 24.20 -0.79 -3.16%
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Prev. Close24.99
Day's Range24.12 - 24.53
ROI (TTM) -
Open24.5
52 wk Range15.53 - 29.56
Dividends (TTM)N/A
Volume2,966,158
Market Cap1.66B
Dividend YieldN/A
Average Vol. (3m)6,498,676
Total Assets2.123B
BetaN/A
1-Year Change36.65%
Shares Outstanding68,706,929
Asset ClassBond
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ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury News


Fixed-income ETFs pull in cash in
Fixed-income ETFs pull in cash in "rush for safety" By Seeking Alpha - Feb 11, 2019

Investors pushed $490M into iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT -0.3%) last week, bringing its YTD inflow to a record $2.3B, Bloomberg reports.Fears of slowing economic growth,...

The Fed maintains fed funds rate at 2.25%-2.50%
The Fed maintains fed funds rate at 2.25%-2.50% By Seeking Alpha - Jan 30, 2019 1

The Federal Open Markets Committee keeps the federal funds rate at 2.25%-2.50%, as had been widely expected.Introduces "patient" into its monetary policy statement.U.S. stock...

Treasuries rise, shrugging off debt auction effect
Treasuries rise, shrugging off debt auction effect By Seeking Alpha - Jan 28, 2019

Treasury prices gain, pushing yield down, as a declining stock market sends investors to the safe haven of government paper.The move helps to offset the effect of another round of...

ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury Analysis


Tim Knight
Broken Bonds By Tim Knight - Sep 08, 2021 1

On Friday of last week, I pointed out that TLT (bonds) had broken their ascending channel. Well, that was the signal. Today they fell with some more gusto.In turn, TBT...

Mike Paulenoff
Final Thrust In Yield's Up-Leg? By Mike Paulenoff - Mar 15, 2021

Wednesday is the next FOMC Meeting. What if the 10-year yield continues to climb heading into Wednesday's policy statement? Suppose yields backs up to 1.80%. Will Fed Chair Jerome...

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Charles Resheske
Charles Resheske Jun 16, 2022 7:27PM ET
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interest rates will have to go higher than inflation to slow inflation 10 percent rates here we come
Mah Lee Ong
Mah Lee Ong May 04, 2022 8:10AM ET
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is notice 22-08 trying to prevent retail investors to even with the big institutions manipulating the market?
Brandon Nel
Brandon Nel Feb 07, 2022 3:33PM ET
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This is a 50% position in my portfolio and bought the ETF in December and provided great returns for me.This can't be a better.
Charles Resheske
Charles Resheske Jan 20, 2022 10:37PM ET
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interest rates will go up to fight this inflation yields between 2 and 8
Charles Resheske
Charles Resheske Jan 20, 2022 10:32PM ET
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I see a double from here 18
Ed Thomas
mktwatcher Jan 19, 2022 10:51AM ET
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Sold 1,050 @ 18.65.
john wallace
john wallace Jul 12, 2021 2:43PM ET
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Inflation expectations are rising, why didn't rates collapse today. Jerome on holiday?
la popeye
la popeye Jul 12, 2021 2:43PM ET
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nope he is working hard at the printing machine in order to keep int low and gold low in hyper inflation trigerred
Mel Straub
Mel Straub Jul 12, 2021 2:43PM ET
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rates should go higher on inflation because why would you want 2% yeilds if we have 6% inflation that is a negative 4%
Mel Straub
Mel Straub Jun 30, 2021 4:46PM ET
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doubled down today inflation should push up yeilds
Mel Straub
Mel Straub Jun 25, 2021 1:06PM ET
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Looking a lot better
Mel Straub
Mel Straub Jun 17, 2021 11:52AM ET
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Got killed today
 
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