ETF Battles: Which is the Top ETF for Skyrocketing Stock Market Volatility?

What’s your plan for dealing with soaring stock market volatility? And which ETFs are designed to benefit when volatility rockets higher?

In this episode of ETF Battles, Ron DeLegge @ETFguide referees contest between the iPath Series B S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX) and ProShares VIX Short-Term Futures ETF (VIXY). Both products are designed for traders who are bullish on volatility. But which is better?

Program judges Mike Akins with ETF Action and Meb Faber with Cambria Investment Management share their investing 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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ETF Battles is sponsored by:
Direxion Daily Leveraged & Inverse ETFs. Know the risks. Proceed Boldly. Visit http://www.Direxion.com

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CONTENT OF THIS VIDEO
0:00 Show starts here
1:10 Historical look at stock market volatility
1:31 Battle matchups announced
2:40 Cost category analysis
4:27 Exposure strategies compared
9:48 Fund performance examined
14:10 Mystery battle category
16:50 Judges recap their favorite pick
18:24 Final scorecard reading

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LINER NOTES

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VXX Prospectus link
https://ipathetn.barclays/ipath/details/341408/download-content/7727229

VIXY Prospectus link
https://www.proshares.com/globalassets/proshares/prospectuses/proshares_trust_ii_prospectus_s3b3.pdf

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Get in touch with our judges:
Meb Faber (Cambria Investment Management)
https://www.cambriafunds.com/

Mike Akins (ETF Action)
https://www.etfaction.com/

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