Trading-Leveraged Commodities

These funds seek to generate returns equal to a fixed multiple of short-term returns of a commodity index. The compounding of short-term returns results in performance that does not correspond to those of investing in the index with external leverage. For example, a fund attempting to achieve 2 times the returns of a given index on a daily basis is unlikely to deliver anything like 2 times the index's returns over periods longer than one day. Many of these funds seek to generate a multiple of the daily or weekly return of the reference index. Trading funds are not considered suitable for a long-term investor and are designed to be used by traders. Morningstar®

Direxion Monthly Commodity Bull 2X Fund (DXCLX)

Performance (1-yr.): 68.55% Expenses: 1.35%
Performance (1-mo.): 12.46% Total Assets: $12.0M
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Top Performing Trading-Leveraged Commodities Funds As of 07.03.2014

Direxion Monthly Commodity Bull 2X Fund (DXCLX)

Total Return: 12.46%

Direxion Monthly Commodity Bull 2X Fund (DXCLX)

Total Return: 68.55%

Direxion Monthly Commodity Bull 2X Fund (DXCLX)

Total Return: 0.00%

* Annualized