A Good List of Bear ETFs and the No Tallent Accuracy Strategy
Here is a great list and article about the Bearish ETF
The Great Bear Funds:
What are "bear funds?" They're funds that sell short, buy put options, use leverage, or employ other strategies to increase in value as stocks decrease in value. Out of a universe of 12,500+ mutual funds and about 2,000 ETFs offered for sale in the US, there ain't many of 'em! Please read the investment policy and other details of each fund below. – Grizzly”
Here is a good write up on Bear ETFs from Market Watch By BILL DONOGHUE:
Up the down staircase Commentary: Taking a close look at inverse and leveraged ETFs and funds
The No Talent Accuracy Strategy
The No Talent Accuracy Strategy is to underperform all the Bear Funds if you are a Bull or Outperform them if you are a Bear. CAUTION: The No Talent Accuracy Strategy sent many Allstars into the Trash Heep of CAPS History when the market sold off last year (ref Bridgeboy and StCroix). The strategy is shallow, talent less and it is transparent to most Top Fools, but is widely used. NOTE: I did create abitarePerfect to have all Bear ETFs as Outperforms as a reference and to compete with Bridgeboy, who employs the Bull method of the No Talent Accuracy Strategy.
Disclaimer: I am bearish on almost everything. I own two Ultra short ETFs: SKF and SRS. I am considering RWM.