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Leverage Shares ETPs aim to empower experienced investors to achieve 3x, 2x, -1x & -2x the performance of your favorite stocks.

Leveraged Products

3X Long ETPs

Data as of 5/13/2021

2X Long ETPs

-2X Short ETPs

-1X Short ETPs

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information Technology ETPs seek to provide long and short leveraged exposure to multinational companies positioned as leaders in the design and development of consumer electronics, computer software, cloud computing, analytics & customer relationship.

These sector ETPs are based on AAPL, MSFT, GOOG, NVDA, CRM, MU, AMD and UBER.

FINANCIALS

Financials ETPs seek to provide long and short leveraged exposure to some of the largest multinational banks and financial services companies.

These sector ETPs are based on PYPL, SQ, BCS, HSBC, JPM, GS, C and V.

CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY

Consumer Discretionary ETPs seek to provide long and short leveraged exposure to multinational companies that produce and develop electric vehicles, e-commerce, cloud computing, and retail.

These sector ETPs are based on TSLA, AMZN, BABA, SHOP and RSD.A.

Communication Services

Communication Services ETPs seek to provide long and short leveraged exposure to social media, messaging apps, and entertainment production companies.

These sector ETPs are based on FB, TWTR, VOD, ZM and NFLX.

Common Investor Questions

Leverage Shares Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) can be traded through brokerage accounts that have the ability to trade products listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), Euronext Amsterdam (XAMS) and Euronext Paris (XPAR). Investors do not need a margin account in order to trade Leverage Shares ETPs. Contact your financial advisor, find a local broker, or trade NOW, commission-free with Trading 212, without the hassle of a margin account.
Leverage Shares Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) are debt instruments issued by a special purpose vehicle (SPV). Each ETP is a separate Series of the SPV, and is a debt security that delivers the returns of the assets held by the Series. Each Series of the SPV has physical ownership of the underlying stocks and does not use derivatives, like swaps, to achieve its leverage.
Experienced investors and market participants may use Leverage Shares Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) for a variety of strategies. Some examples include responding to technical indicators on particular individual stocks, trading the volatility and the directionality of individual stocks, positioning or responding to earnings and news announcements, reacting to overnight movements in foreign markets, which may carry momentum into the home market, and hedging existing exposures in a portfolio.
Leverage Shares Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) can be traded through brokerage accounts that have the ability to trade products listed on the London Stock Exchange. Investors do not need a margin account in order to trade Leverage Shares ETPs. Contact your financial advisor, find a local broker or trade NOW commission-free with Interactive Brokers without the hassle of a margin account.
Leverage Shares Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) are debt instruments issued by a special purpose vehicle (SPV). Each ETP is a separate Series of the SPV, and is a debt security that delivers the returns of the assets held by the Series. Each Series of the SPV has physical ownership of the underlying stocks and does not use derivatives, like swaps, to achieve its leverage.
Experienced investors and market participants may use Leverage Shares Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) for a variety of strategies. Some examples include responding to technical indicators on particular individual stocks, trading the volatility and the directionality of individual stocks, positioning or responding to earnings and news announcements, reacting to overnight movements in foreign markets, which may carry momentum into the home market, and hedging existing exposures in a portfolio.

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Market Insights & Education

A quick study on the effects of market behaviour on the returns of a 3X ETP vs a 2X ETP.