JPMorgan Quarterly Double Short U.S. 10 Year Treasury Futures ETN (DSXJ) - NYSEARCA
DSXJ is defunct since October 3, 2013. Redeemed
  • corbindallas91 | Send Message 14 Jan 2013

    is $DSXJ rallying back to towards its 52w high?
      • Marvin Clark | Send Message 11 Dec 2010

        Investments to play in a bond bear market: DSXJ, BWZ, DSTJ, DTUS, DTYS, DLBS,
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        • johnbartles | Send Message 31 Jul 2013
          : DSXJ+DTYS is the play no money to be made in DTUS until Fed not only removes QE but also increases/tightens the overnight rate probably 2015
          DSXJ Description
          The JPMorgan Double Short US 10 Year Treasury Futures ETNs ("ETNs") are designed to provide investors a convenient way to implement and monetize a rising rates view at the medium part of the US Treasury curve. Subject to the resetting leverage, this allows for the possibility to profit from an expectation of rising interest rates. The ETNs are inversely linked to the performance of the NYSE US 10 Year Treasury Futures Index (the "Index"). The Index seeks to replicate the returns of maintaining a long position in the medium portion of the US Treasury curve. The ETNs provide double inverse leveraged exposure to the Index, from one reset date to the next and less Investor Fees**, so that you positively benefit from a fall in the price of the Index due to a rise in prevailing yields. The ETNs are senior, unsecured obligations of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and are subject to optional and early redemption at the discretion of JPMorgan Chase & Co. after one year.
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