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Issuance risk (aka volatile premiums): Unlike ETFs where the supply of shares outstanding fluctuates in response to investor demand, ETNs are created only by their issuers who are effectively issuing new debt each time they create additional units. At times, issuers may be unable to create new notes without violating the capital requirements set by bank regulators. Furthermore, banks often set internal limits on the amount of risk they are willing to assume from ETNs, and issuers have ceased to issue new notes which have become too large or too expensive to hedge.4 Investors who purchase ETNs at a premium (in other words, pay a higher price than the value of the note based on the performance of the underlying index or referenced asset), are at risk of losing money when issuance resumes and the premium dissipates, or if the note is called by the issuer who returns only the indicative value.




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Closure risk: There are multiple ways for an issuer to effectively close an ETN. An issuer may call the note (also known as "accelerated redemption") by returning the value of the note less fees. However, not all ETNs have terms in their prospectuses or pricing supplements which allow for accelerated redemption. A much less friendly alternative is for issuers to delist the note from national exchanges and suspend new issuance. When this happens, ETN investors are left with a pretty unpleasant choice. They can either hold the note until it matures, which could be up to 40 years away, or trade the ETN in the over-the-counter (OTC) market where spreads can be even wider than on national exchanges. Recognizing the problem this may create for investors, some issuers have attempted to create a more note-holder friendly alternative by offering to buy back ETNs directly through tender offers.


ETN is the native token of Electroneum, which is an instant payment system. It intends to provide users with a payment system that would enable them to conduct international transactions using just their smartphones in places where they do not have access to traditional banking systems.


Suppose you purchased Electroneum to use it for payments and similar purposes. In that case, you can transfer it to the Electroneum app, which is available for download (Android and iOS). Copy your address from the app and initiate a transfer from the exchange where you bought ETN.


However, if you acquired ETN as an investment and intended to sell it in the short term, it may be best to leave it on the exchange where you purchased it. Remember, though, that this comes with third-party risks, such as the exchange getting hacked or going offline when you need your funds.


A higher number means the company has more debt to equity, whereas a lower number means it has less debt to equity. A D/E ratio of 1 means its debt is equivalent to its common equity. When comparing this ratio to different stocks in different industries, take note that some businesses are more capital intensive than others. A D/E ratio of 2 might be par for the course in one industry, while 0.50 would be considered normal for another. So it's a good idea to compare a stock's debt to equity ratio to its industry to see how it stacks up to its peers first.


Volume is a useful item in many ways. For one, part of trading is being able to get in and out of a stock easily. If the volume is too light, in absolute terms or for a relatively large position, it could be difficult to execute a trade. This is also useful to know when comparing a stock's daily volume (which can be found on a ticker's hover-quote) to that of its average volume. A rising stock on above average volume is typically a bullish sign whereas a declining stock on above average volume is typically bearish. As they say, 'price follows volume'. The 20 day average establishes this baseline.


While the F1 consensus estimate and revision is a key driver of stock prices, the Q1 consensus is an important item as well, especially over the short-term, and particularly as a stock approaches its earnings date. If a stock's Q1 estimate revision decreases leading up to its earnings release, that's usually a negative sign, whereas an increase is typically a positive sign. The change is made all the more important the closer proximity it is to the stock's earnings date since it is generally believed that the most recent estimates are the most accurate since it's using the most up-to-date information leading up to the report.


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ETNs, as debt instruments, are subject to risk of default by the issuing bank as counter party.[11][7] This is the major design difference between ETFs and ETNs: ETFs are only subject to market risk whereas ETNs are subject to both market risk and the risk of default by the issuing bank.[3] Even though the possibility of default turning into a reality is relatively low, it ought to be measured and accounted for.[12] ETN investors will require a credit risk metric that facilitates answer to questions regarding the magnitude of the risk and its variation with time. With new players foraying into the ETN space, how will the risk vary by issuer? Who will take up the risk evaluation process? If and when the ETN sector grows, in order to participate, retail and institutional investors will need a source for ETN key data which is easy to assimilate.


The GSCI has lost nearly 20% of its value since January 2006, despite soaring commodity prices, all thanks to contango. This is one instance where ETN tracked commodity indices like GSCI have ended up doing exactly the opposite of what they had set out to do.


Contango is a scenario where the cost of the next-month futures contract is costlier than the current month contract. In this event, the issuing bank books a loss each time a current month contract is sold and the next month contract is bought. Contango has hit hard the energy futures over the past few years and markedly brought down the returns from energy markets.Indices are taking varied steps to hedge against the condition. Their results remain to be seen.


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