ETF Battles: Retail vs. Internet Stocks with 3x ETF Hot Sauce – Who Wins?

In this episode of ETF Battles you’ll watch an audience requested high stakes shootout between Direxion Daily Dow Jones Int Bull 3X ETF (WEBL), Direxion Daily Retail Bull 3X Shares (RETL) and the Direxion Daily S&P 500® High Beta Bull (HIBL).

While each of these 3x bull ETFs are all leveraged, they target a different set of stocks. Who wins the battle?

Ron DeLegge @ETFguide referees this high octane 3x ETF bout with guest judges Jessica Ferringer at ETF.com and David Kreinces at ETFPM.com providing their research insights.

Each ETF is judged against the other in key categories like cost, exposure strategy, performance, and a mystery category. Find out who wins the battle!

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Direxion Daily Leveraged & Inverse ETFs. If you’re ready for a bold trade, visit http://www.Direxion.com

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