Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares Equity-NMS: SOXS

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Previous close :$27.55
Open :$26.89
Today's high :$27.25
Today's low :$25.73
52W low :$25.18
52W high :$144.2
1Y :142.76%
5Y :263.51%

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) price today?

The Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) share price as of May 22, 2024 is $26. If you are investing from India, you can check the value in INR before investing.

Can I buy Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) shares?

Yes, Indian investors can buy Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) in the US stock market by opening an International Trading Account with Angel One.

How to buy Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) Shares in India?

Indian investors can buy Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) through the following modes:
  1. Direct investment: One can invest through opening an International Trading Account with Angel One. Once account is opened, you can add funds in U.S. dollars to buy Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS).
  2. Indirect investment: One can invest indirectly in Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS) through mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) that offer exposure to global stocks.

Can I buy Fractional shares of Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS)?

Yes, you can buy a fraction of Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares (SOXS). In Angel One, you can buy global stocks for any dollar value.

About Direxion Semiconductor Bear 3X Shares

This ETF offers 3x daily short leverage to the PHLX Semiconductor Index, making it a powerful tool for investors with a bearish short-term outlook for semiconductor equities. Investors should note that SOXS's leverage resets on a daily basis, which results in compounding of returns when held for multiple periods. SOXS can be a powerful tool for sophisticated investors, but should be avoided by those with a low risk tolerance or a buy-and-hold strategy.