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Exchange Codes:  T-Toronto N-New York A-American Q-Nasdaq I-Index
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week ending
Friday Sep 18, 2020
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Natural G
Trend Trend Counters Relative Strength  
Bearish Crossover (aka 'Newly Bearish' Trend). The stock's Trend Category has changed from BULLISH to BEARISH. The 13-week MA, which was above the 40-week MA a week previous, has now moved below it. A stock exhibiting this Trends Symbol is in the 1st week of its new BEARISH Trend Category. Trading implications: generally considered a trade exit signal.
Trend / Category
1/ 1
13 week Current wk Unusual Volume
50 +
  weeks in vs. S&P500  
Trading stats for the Week Stock Trends chart of PROSHARES TRUST II $KOLD - click for more ST charts
  Close Range
$US 37.05 32.85 - 41.20
1 week %change 13 week %change
+5.7% -46.6%
Average Price
13 week MA 40 week MA
49.70 51.68
52-week range
23.30 - 87.29
Share Volume Relative Volume
2,689,300 467.8%
Total traded value
Historical ST Data | ST Charts
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Natural G (KOLD-N)
Trend Rel
Hi | Lo
Stock Name
Wk Close
Vol (00's)
Hi/Lo Vol
No Stock Data
Highlighted stocks traded at their 52 week high or low, OR gained/lost more than 10% during the trading week.
Business Description :
The investment seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, that correspond to two times the inverse (-2x) of the daily performance of the Bloomberg Natural Gas SubindexSM. The fund seeks to meet their investment objectives by investing in Natural Gas futures contracts. It may also invest in swaps if the market for a specific futures contract experiences emergencies (e.g., natural disaster, terrorist attack, or an act of God) or disruptions (e.g., a trading halt or a flash crash) or in situations where the Sponsor deems it impractical or inadvisable to buy or sell futures contracts (such as during periods of market volatility or illiquidity).
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