ProShares Short S&P500 company info

What does ProShares Short S&P500 do?
ProShares Short S&P500 (NYSE:SH) engages in providing daily investment results, before fees and expenses, that correspond to the inverse (-1x) of the daily performance of the S&P 500 Index. This means when the S&P 500 Index decreases, the value of ProShares Short S&P500 is designed to increase by approximately the same percentage, and vice versa, aiming to offer investors a hedge against falling markets. The objective of the fund is to enable investors to benefit from declines in the S&P 500 Index in a single trading day, making it a strategic tool for those looking to hedge against or speculate on short-term downward market movements.
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Is ProShares Short S&P500 a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does ProShares Short S&P500 employ?

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Employees
152

What sector is ProShares Short S&P500 in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for ProShares Short S&P500?

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Head Office
Bethesda, United States

What year was ProShares Short S&P500 founded?

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Year Founded
2006
What does ProShares Short S&P500 specialise in?
/Inverse ETF /Equity Derivative /Hedging Tool /Risk Management /Stock Market /Portfolio Diversification

What are the products and/or services of ProShares Short S&P500?

Overview of ProShares Short S&P500 offerings
Provides an inverse exposure to the S&P 500, aiming to benefit when the market declines.
Offers a daily resetting feature, which recalibrates the fund's exposure at the end of each day.
Utilizes financial instruments like futures and swaps to achieve its investment objective, allowing for the inverse performance.
Designed for short-term trading due to its daily rebalancing, making it suitable for hedging purposes or speculative bets on market downturns.
Accessible to a wide range of investors, including retail and institutional, through its listing on major exchanges.
Monitored and managed by experienced financial professionals who adjust the portfolio's composition to maintain its inverse relationship with the S&P 500.