Change in Investment Objectives and Strategies of Ten Funds
The investment objective and strategy of ten funds (BRZU, RUSL, NUGT, DUST, JNUG, JDST, ERX, ERY, GUSH and DRIP) now seek daily leverage, or daily inverse leverage, before fees and expenses, of 200%, or -200%, of the performance of their underlying index.Read Press Release
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Upcoming ETF Distributions
Direxion will pay income distributions on certain ETFs according to the following schedule (EX Date: 03/24/20 | Record Date: 03/25/20 | Pay Date: 03/31/20). Funds and distribution amounts are listed here.
Direxion Closed Eight Leveraged ETFs
Eight leveraged ETFs closed to trading on March, 27, 2020 and will liquidate on April 6, 2020.Read Press Release
Regarding Recent Market Disruptions
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