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Michael Battat is a sophomore at Emory University. He writes financial articles for Seeking Alpha which, to date, have grossed over 170,000 views.
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What To Buy When The Stock Market Goes Down
6 years ago


Thanks for your comment. Inverse ETFs are means by which one can hedge against long positions within his/her portfolio. Because of their liquidity and internals (which are very mathematical and, truthfully, confusing), over the long term inverse ETFs are not good holds. In my experience, they are better for trading (1-3 weeks) as they move in congruence with the index that they track.

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