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AdvisorShares Ranger Equity Bear ETF (HDGE)

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  • Fred Piard | Send Message 1 Sep

    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
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      • Vetr | Send Message 19 Mar

        Active Bear ETF Looks to Take a Bite out of Chipotle $FB $YELP $NFLX $Z $AMZN $HDGE $PCLN $CMG $XLY http://bit.ly/1BBIpgT
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          • whidbey | Send Message 11 Mar

            $hdge for now.
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              • On2Freedom | Send Message 16 Dec 2014

                $HDGE and $HDGI are good hedges for a dividend portfolio during downturns particularly for registered accounts. Having them has helped me!
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                  • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 5 May 2014

                    Pros and Cons of These Plays (Trying to Build Bear Portfolio): $BIS $TECS $SQQQ $HDGE $TVIX $VXX
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                    • mtt5010 | Send Message 5 May 2014
                      : The ultimate build a bear portfolio only has one stock: $BBW
                      • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 2 May 2014

                        The Best Aggressive, Bearish Plays Now: $BIS $TECS $SQQQ $HDGE $TVIX $VXX
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                          • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 30 Apr 2014

                            $BIS $TECS $VXX $TVIX $HDGE $SQQQ I recommend putting a third of your portfolio in equity shorts/volatility NOW
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                              • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 29 Apr 2014

                                $AMLP $EXEL $HDGE $LTBR $NLY $PSP $SFMI $TECS $TVIX $USPR Any questions?
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                                • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 14 May 2014
                                  : i bought in at $0.0022 and i'm not worried. i wouldn't invest more than $100 in these types of companies anyways.
                                • Arnster | Send Message 14 May 2014
                                  : agree on that one
                                  • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 25 Apr 2014

                                    My Portfolio: $NLY $EXEL $LTBR $HDGE $AMLP $VXX $PSP $BIS $SQQQ
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                                      • Pharmacokinetics | Send Message 9 Apr 2014

                                        $HDGE better than $VXX or $SH as a US equity hedge?
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                                        • Rubenov | Send Message 9 Apr 2014
                                          : Just as bad. Look at the 1-yr chart.
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                                          HDGE Description
                                          The investment objective of the Ranger Equity Bear ETF (HDGE) is capital appreciation through short sales of domestically traded equity securities. The HDGE portfolio is sub-advised by Ranger Alternative Management, L.P. The portfolio management team implements a bottom-up, fundamental, research driven security selection process. In selecting short positions, the Fund seeks to identify securities with low earnings quality or aggressive accounting which may be intended on the part of company management to mask operational deterioration and bolster the reported earnings per share over a short time period. In addition, the portfolio management team seeks to identify earnings driven events that may act as a catalyst to the price decline of a security, such as downwards earnings revisions or reduced forward guidance.
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