Performance & Risk: AGQ
PROSHARES ULTRA SILVER
41.69-0.32 (-0.76%)as of 3:59:56pm ET 03/31/2015 Quotes delayed at least 15 min. Log in for real time quote.
Premium / Discount to NAV as of 02/27/2015
Growth of Hypothetical $10,000 * as of 02/28/2015
Cumulative Total Returns As of 03/30/2015
Month-End Average Annual Total Returns And Risks As of 02/28/2015
Quarter-End Average Annual Total Returns As of 12/31/2014
Gross Expense Ratio: 1.69%
Tax-adjusted returns and tax cost ratio are estimates of the impact taxes have had on a fund. Assumes the highest tax rate in calculating and follow the SEC guidelines for calculating returns before sale of shares. Click here to learn more.
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