If you have suffered losses with ProSHares Ultra Short 20+ please call our securities law firm in Chicago to talk about your options with an attorney for free. ProSHares Ultra Short (TBT) uses derivatives to provide twice the opposite of the daily performance of 20-year Treasury bonds with a 94% correlation to Treasury yields. When the yields go up, TBT goes up by double and there is a potential for huge returns for investors. According to a report from InvestmentNews, TBT has seen almost $10 billion worth of inflows but has only $2.8 billion to show for it. TBT is a leveraged ETF, and one of the largest in the country. It comes with significant risk in order to to meet its investment strategies such as swaps futures contracts and other derivative instruments. It therefore can be very risky to investors. A broker has a duty to recommend securities and investments to clients that are in accordance with their investment objectives, portfolio, age, net worth and risk tolerance. If they do not, their brokerage firm can be held responsible for investment losses because they have a duty to reasonably supervise them while they are employed there.
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