Leveraged Inverse ETFs seek to provide the magnified opposite return of an index tracking any asset class for a single day. This could be stocks, various market sectors, bonds or futures contracts. The method creates an effect similar to shorting an asset class. The level of magnification is included in the fund’s description and is generally -2x or -3x .
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As of 05/28/22