ProShares Ultra Gold company info

What does ProShares Ultra Gold do?
ProShares Ultra Gold (NYSEARCA:UGL) focuses on providing daily investment results, before fees and expenses, that correspond to two times (2x) the daily performance of its underlying benchmark, the gold bullion as measured in U.S. dollars for delivery in London. Its operations are centered around leveraging financial instruments like futures contracts, swap agreements, and other derivatives to achieve its investment objectives. The company aims to offer investors a way to gain leveraged exposure to the gold market, making it an attractive option for those looking to potentially benefit from increases in the price of gold. ProShares Ultra Gold's projects and objectives are tailored towards capitalizing on market movements in gold prices while providing a tool for investors seeking to hedge their portfolio against inflation or to speculate on gold price movements.
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Bethesda, United States

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What does ProShares Ultra Gold specialise in?
/Leveraged ETF /Gold Exposure /Futures Investing /Asset Management /Investment Services /Risk Management

What are the products and/or services of ProShares Ultra Gold?

Overview of ProShares Ultra Gold offerings
Leveraged Gold ETFs designed to double the daily performance of gold bullion.
Inverse Gold ETFs aiming to provide opposite performance of gold's daily movement.
Leveraged Silver ETFs, offering twice the daily performance of silver bullion.
Precious Metals Strategy ETFs focusing on a mix of gold and silver exposure.
Commodity Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) for broader exposure including other metals.
Gold Futures and Options providing targeted investment and hedging opportunities in gold markets.