iPath U.S. Treasury 2-Year Bear ETN (DTUS) - NASDAQ
  • Linus Wilson | Send Message 29 Oct 2014

    $TLT, $IEF, $DTUS, $SPY Hawks take over FOMC
      • 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
          DTUS Description
          "The iPath® US Treasury 2-year Bear Exchange Traded Note is linked inversely to the performance of the Barclays Capital 2Y US Treasury Futures Targeted Exposure Index™. The index seeks to produce returns that track movements in response to an increase or decrease, as applicable, in the yields available to investors purchasing 2-year U.S. Treasury notes. The level of the index is designed to increase in response to a decrease in 2-year Treasury note yields and to decrease in response to an increase in 2-year Treasury note yields. To accomplish this objective, the performance of the index tracks the returns of a notional investment in a weighted ""long"" position in relation to 2-year Treasury futures contracts, as traded on the Chicago Board of Trade. The iPath® US Treasury 2-year Bear ETN employs an index multiplier that provides the investor at maturity or upon redemption a participation rate of $0.10 gain or loss per each 1.00 point decrease or increase, respectively, in the level of the index. For purposes of calculating the closing indicative note value on a given day, the index multiplier is multiplied by the daily index performance, which is added to the daily interest that accrued from a notional investment of the value of the ETN at the 28-day U.S. Treasury Bill rate, from which all applicable costs and fees are deducted. "
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