Best Inverse Funds To Buy Before The Next Stock Market Crash

No. 2: MicroSectors FANG + Index Inverse ETN

You can inverse the biggest tech stocks in the United States with MicroSectors FANG + Index 3X Leveraged (NYSEArca: GNAF). This one is a play on stocks like Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB), Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), and Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) going lower.

Tech stocks tended to hold up during the first COVID-19 lockdowns, and they've been the biggest leaders of the latest rally. But Congress has also been conducting an antitrust investigation into FAANG stocks for more than a year now.

We have been getting closer to possibly seeing more regulation on these firms as the companies' CEOs testify before the House Antitrust Committee this week.

Depending on how that goes, these companies could be in for a rude awakening.

With these stock soaring near all-time highs, a short-term correction wouldn't be unheard of.

It might be worth looking into this fund for $23.95 a share. But remember, this is a leveraged fund, so it will move up and down even faster. If you're bearish on big tech, keep an eye on this one.

No. 1: Invesco DB U.S. Dollar Index Bearish Fund

This one is not a broad market index or sector – it's the U.S. dollar itself.

Invesco DB U.S. Dollar Index Bearish Fund (NYSEArca: UDN) mirrors Treasury bonds. That means, if the dollar declines, this fund goes up. And the dollar is already at a 10-year low.

Current interest rates are around 0.25%, and there has even been talk of negative rates this year as the markets have become more volatile.

The dollar could also be viewed as less reliable down the road. If economic concerns prevail, it could continue to lose value on the international stage.

That would make this fund potentially worthwhile at $21.07 a share.

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