HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF

HIU-T

Analysis and Opinions about HIU-T

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COMMENT
COMMENT
January 22, 2020
S&P Inverse ETF? Anything that is inverse or leveraged requires caution and he advises only highly sophisticated traders use these. HIU-T is an inverse S&P ETF in Canada. Volatility makes them erode over time, so be careful.
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S&P Inverse ETF? Anything that is inverse or leveraged requires caution and he advises only highly sophisticated traders use these. HIU-T is an inverse S&P ETF in Canada. Volatility makes them erode over time, so be careful.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 6, 2020

See also the HIX-T, another top pick and also an inverse ETF. This is the U.S. inverse ETF. Like HIX, this is a daily reset, so you must watch this EVERY day. You make money when the market falls and vice versa. Again, he's playing defence.

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See also the HIX-T, another top pick and also an inverse ETF. This is the U.S. inverse ETF. Like HIX, this is a daily reset, so you must watch this EVERY day. You make money when the market falls and vice versa. Again, he's playing defence.

COMMENT
COMMENT
April 16, 2019
What ETF to buy to short the market? Don't short and avoid leveraged ETFs, but if you have to, then look at HIU-T or HIX-T. When you short, you're fighting the dividend and the natural drift upward of equities. Don't short. Instead, look at the TLT-T (up 63% in 2008) or HTB-T (up 29% in 2008); you get the outsized returns from owning a US-denominated bond and get paid to wait.
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What ETF to buy to short the market? Don't short and avoid leveraged ETFs, but if you have to, then look at HIU-T or HIX-T. When you short, you're fighting the dividend and the natural drift upward of equities. Don't short. Instead, look at the TLT-T (up 63% in 2008) or HTB-T (up 29% in 2008); you get the outsized returns from owning a US-denominated bond and get paid to wait.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 5, 2016

(Top Pick Aug 23/16, Up 0.72%) He bought it because he wanted to raise cash and buying an inverse ETF that is not leveraged is one way to do it.

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(Top Pick Aug 23/16, Up 0.72%) He bought it because he wanted to raise cash and buying an inverse ETF that is not leveraged is one way to do it.

BUY
BUY
September 26, 2016

HIX-T vs. HIU-T. Inverse exposure to their respective indexes. They are a way to hedge your overall exposure. He loves the idea of using these.

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HIX-T vs. HIU-T. Inverse exposure to their respective indexes. They are a way to hedge your overall exposure. He loves the idea of using these.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 16, 2016

Short? The chart shows erosion. The ETF must have incurred a lot of transaction costs. The erosion is because the S&P has been rising. The S&P has been coming off in the last while, but he hasn’t seen a corresponding uptick. When trading something like this, a derivative of the S&P 500, you should look at the S&P 500 chart to begin with, which has support at $1980, and big support at $1800. The momentum indicator never confirmed a new high, making this a low quality new high. To build a Bear case, the S&P has to first break $1980, and then there is a Bear case. Right now he would not short this, even though the market is losing momentum.

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Short? The chart shows erosion. The ETF must have incurred a lot of transaction costs. The erosion is because the S&P has been rising. The S&P has been coming off in the last while, but he hasn’t seen a corresponding uptick. When trading something like this, a derivative of the S&P 500, you should look at the S&P 500 chart to begin with, which has support at $1980, and big support at $1800. The momentum indicator never confirmed a new high, making this a low quality new high. To build a Bear case, the S&P has to first break $1980, and then there is a Bear case. Right now he would not short this, even though the market is losing momentum.

BUY
BUY
September 12, 2016

He is net short the US market right now in his long/short strategy. It depends on your tolerance of risk.

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He is net short the US market right now in his long/short strategy. It depends on your tolerance of risk.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 24, 2016

This is effectively a way of raising cash. An “inverse” is the opposite of the market. If you buy a 5% position in an inverse, you have 5% that is not in the market, plus you are offsetting a holding you have, something like General Electric (GE-N). He is not making a bet on the market, he just wants to keep his GE and offset it with an inverse ETF.

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This is effectively a way of raising cash. An “inverse” is the opposite of the market. If you buy a 5% position in an inverse, you have 5% that is not in the market, plus you are offsetting a holding you have, something like General Electric (GE-N). He is not making a bet on the market, he just wants to keep his GE and offset it with an inverse ETF.

COMMENT
COMMENT
September 3, 2010
S&P 500 Inverse ETF. If he were betting against the market and going into an inverse, this is one he would choose because it is not multiplied.
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S&P 500 Inverse ETF. If he were betting against the market and going into an inverse, this is one he would choose because it is not multiplied.
BUY
BUY
June 8, 2010
Would go for it because it is a one-time rather than leveraged. This one would protect you against weakness.
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Would go for it because it is a one-time rather than leveraged. This one would protect you against weakness.
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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 11, 2010
S&P 500 Inverse ETF. Feels Inverse products are dangerous because they get reset daily. (Would prefer using Shorts instead.) Because he is bullish, he would not be buying Inverse products.
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S&P 500 Inverse ETF. Feels Inverse products are dangerous because they get reset daily. (Would prefer using Shorts instead.) Because he is bullish, he would not be buying Inverse products.
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HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF(HIU-T) Rating

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HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF(HIU-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF stock symbol?

HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol HIU-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (HIU-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:HIU or HIU-T

Is HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF a buy or a sell?

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What is HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF stock price?

On 2020-04-08, HBP S&P 500 Inverse ETF (HIU-T) stock closed at a price of $24.41.