The Trump trades now he’s left officeThe Trump 30 index aims to capture the total return performance of a basket of the largest US publicly listed companies that stood to benefit the most from a second term for Trump.
The index is weighted by Free Float Market Capitalisation and is rebalanced on a quarterly basis – so if you’re looking for market exposure to Trump’s election loss, you can trade 30 US equities in one single position on either of our Biden and Trump-themed indices.
|Return / Risk Ratio
- Number of constituents: Variable
- Caps: 5% at constituent level, 30% within each business group
- Floors: 0.5% at constituent level, 10% within each business group
- Market hours: 14:30 – 21:00
- Spread: Fixed (6 points)
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|Baker Hughes Class 'A'||BKR||3.90%|
How to trade the Trump 30Don’t know which markets to target after the US Election? Trade the Trump 30 index. With his loss to Biden in the US elections, you would sell or ‘short’ the Trump 30 on the basis that the stocks most positively impacted by his first term will now lose value in the aftermath of his defeat.
However, if you believe there’s a strong possibility these markets could rally despite (or because of) his departure from the White House, you could buy the Trump 30 and benefit from any price movement upward.
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