PowerShares S&P 500 Downside Hedged Portfolio ETF

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  • Brian Dightman | Send Message 18 Nov 2015

    Update On PHDG & VQT $PHDG http://seekingalpha.com/p/2poh8
      • timtrading | Send Message 20 Sep 2015

        bullish doji patterns $FFBC,$KND,$DZZ,$MGIC,$BCS-A,$PHDG http://bit.ly/1Nfv6JK
          • Fred Piard | Send Message 1 Sep 2015

            I've got 3 green lines: $SPXU, $PHDG, $HDGE. Changed my $SPXU hedge for $SDS. Less beta-slippage in whipsaw and +liquid out of hours
              • RM13 | Send Message 24 Dec 2014

                What justified 4.3% drop in $PHDG with no corresponding drop in VQT?
                  • Fred Piard | Send Message 10 Oct 2014

                    $PHDG and $VQT better than $TRSK and $SPXH to hedge volatility spikes: proof this week.
                      • Jon Peter | Send Message 4 Oct 2014

                        $TRSK....less contango drag and more upside than $VQT,$PHDG.
                          • ctomso | Send Message 25 Mar 2014

                            The Ultimate Couch Potato ETF Portfolio $SVXY $PHDG $AGG $SPY $IAU $RWR $XIV $VQT $BND $IVV $GLD http://bit.ly/1h7ZjKn
                              • Brian Dightman | Send Message 17 Mar 2014

                                PHDG And VQT: 2 S&P 500 Dynamic VEQTOR Index Products Compared $PHDG, $VQT http://seekingalpha.com/a/18ukt
                                  • Fred Piard | Send Message 13 Jun 2013

                                    $PHDG and $VQT have the same hedging power as shorting $SPY or buying $SH in bear markets and add more gains in bull markets.
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                                    • Fred Piard | Send Message 13 Jun 2013
                                      : I wrote a SA article about that, refused because of my bad English (it's my 3rd language). I will try again...
                                      PHDG Description
                                      The PowerShares S&P 500® Downside Hedged Portfolio (the Fund) is an actively managed exchange-traded fund (ETF) that seeks to achieve positive total returns in rising or falling markets that are not directly correlated to broad equity or fixed-income market returns. The Fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by using a quantitative, rules-based strategy designed to provide returns that correspond to the performance of the S&P 500® Dynamic VEQTOR Index (the Index). The Index provides investors with broad equity market exposure with an implied volatility hedge by dynamically allocating between equity, volatility and cash. The index allows investors to receive exposure to the equity and volatility of the S&P 500 Index in a dynamic framework.
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