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Best (and Only) Inverse Oil ETF for Q1 2022

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Best (and Only) Inverse Oil ETF for Q1 2022
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Oil prices have rebounded significantly since early 2020, when the impact of the coronavirus pandemic helped drive oil prices into negative territory. The U.S. inverse oil ETF universe is composed of a single fund, which is highly leveraged. By combining both inverse and leverage strategies, inverse leveraged ETFs are especially complex and risky instruments and should be avoided by less sophisticated investors.