If you have a strong view on the direction of the FTSE 100 or the gold price, for example, the prospect of amplifying your investment returns may sound appealing. Leveraged exchange traded funds (ETFs) can do just this but don't start investing in one unless you fully understand the risks associated with them. Here's how investors get it wrong.
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