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The stock-market rout due to the coronavirus pandemic continues. In such a scenario, the Dow Jones is believed to be nose diving to its worst month since 1931.
The coronavirus-led bloodbath in major U.S. indices continues despite supportive measures being taken by the government and the central bank.
The United States is slowly heading toward a complete coronavirus-led shutdown, with rapid rise in number of infected cases and death toll.
The coronavirus outbreak is strongly disrupting global supply chains and economic activity.
The rising number of infected cases outside mainland China has made the coronavirus outbreak a serious threat to global economic growth and corporate earnings.
Dow Jones saw the worst single-day slump on Thursday. While inverse Dow Jones ETFs gained considerably, these stocks too were less hurt.
A rise in coronavirus cases outside China has intensified the scare for global markets. These inverse ETFs posted solid gains.
Investors seeking to capitalize the bearish market sentiments in a short span could consider any of the following inverse ETFs.
With the flare-up in geopolitical tensions between the United States and Iran, investors can benefit from these inverse ETFs.
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