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Spotlight: AccuShares Spot CBOE VIX ETF Up Class Shares
- The only way to directly access price movements of the VIX Index in an Exchange Traded Product
- Investors can seek to capitalize on increases in the VIX
- Delivers transparency in costs and returns
- Designed to provide spot exposure to a key alternative asset class
The Fund is very complex and involves a significant degree of risk; therefore it is not suitable for all investors. Moreover, shares of the Fund are intended for sophisticated, professional and institutional investors. The Fund Shares are only appropriate for short-term holding periods.
Neither the Funds nor the Trust is an investment company under the Investment Company Act of 1940 or is subject to regulation under the Commodities Exchange Act or by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and investors in the Fund are not afforded protection under such laws and regulations.
Investing in the Funds involves substantial risk and high volatility, including loss of entire principal. Shares of the fund are intended for sophisticated investors, professional investors and institutional investors. The Funds are not intended to be used as long-term passive investment vehicles and should be used by investors who understand the risks of the volatility market. By purchasing the Up Shares, investors should have an expectation the underlying index will increase and the opposite for the Down Shares. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing. The prospectus may be downloaded at: http://www.accushares.com/resources/vix-fund-prospectus.
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Top 10 ETF Performers
|Name (Click the name to see the ETF profile)||Symbol||Last Price*||% Change||Volume|
|Name||Symbol||Last Price*||% Change||Volume|
|SPDR Trust Series I||SPY||$209.32||-0.22%||81,200,775|
|Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF||GDX||$13.29||0.15%||69,527,651|
|iPath S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures||VXX||$15.83||0.32%||44,980,285|
|iShares MSCI Emerging Index Fund||EEM||$36.65||0.41%||38,554,740|
|iShares MSCI Japan Index Fund||EWJ||$12.86||-0.16%||25,621,518|
|Select Sector SPDR Fund - Financial||XLF||$25.14||-0.16%||24,197,389|
|PowerShares QQQ Trust, Series 1||QQQ||$111.39||-0.19%||21,499,009|
|iShares Russell 2000 Index Fund||IWM||$122.03||-0.26%||21,359,336|
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