The Fund seeks daily investment results of 200% of the daily performance of the Index. The Fund invests at least 80% in financial instruments of the Index. The Index tracks the performance of foreign and domestic micro, small and mid-capitalization companies that involved in the exploration and production of gold/silver.
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|Non Classified Equity||0.25%|
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|Name||Direxion:Jr Mnr Bull 2X|
|Market Capitalization||760.27 M|
|Total Net Assets||459.20|
|Sub Asset Class||Equity Leverage Funds|
|Number Of Holdings||7|
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