Topic Archives: ProShares Ultrashort Euro (EUO)

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    Keen-the Euro has been rising for the past 12 months going from 1.09 to 1.25. Shorting the EUO for the past year would h...

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    SuperCycle Trader - Now called E-Wave Trader has had horrible trade results over the past several years. In 2016, they...

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    Thanks for the article, Travis. Tell me: What's the difference between EUO and DRR? Why choose one over the other? I'm...

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    buying EUO calls increases the leverage significantly. I missed getting in at about $1.10/.E...

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    DRR, moreover, has a VERY low average volume of about 4K shares/day, which is scarily illiquid.The problem with EUO is i...

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    The ultrashort Euro ETF might be EUO...

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    ARNGF, PAAS, BCEKF, SSRI, SVMLF, FFMGF, GGTCF, and BRIZF are superbly priced,although DXY broke 101.45, and thus appears...

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    In the emails I got from Edelson, he posted a list of all the ETFs he was planning on trading. Unfortunately, I waited ...

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    Checked Open Interest on EUO. Huge number of calls on the Jan 2017 28 strike. Must be Edelson?...

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    I respectfully disagree. I, for one, subscribed to their Money and Markets (Nilus) and their recommendations were widel...

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    I subscribed to Money and Markets in 2012, when Nilus Mattive was its editor. Some notable points about the Newsletter....

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    I signed up for the MDCP about a year ago. SOunded great. However, the first few picks did not seem to be suitable, so...

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    Owned NMM a year ago & was content with it. Went double short the Euro (EUO) in January & increasingly felt une...

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