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What Is an Inverse ETF?

An inverse ETF is an exchange traded fund (ETF) constructed by using various derivatives to profit from a decline in the value of an underlying benchmark. Investing in inverse ETFs is similar to holding various short positions, which involve borrowing securities and selling them with the hope of repurchasing them at a lower price.

An inverse ETF is also known as a "Short ETF" or "Bear ETF."

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Betting on a hot stock isn't worth it

Despite news headlines on life-changing investments on one stock item like GameStop, it is too risky to make short-term bets with sizable sums of money on what a stock is going to do next. Instead, some of the most respected investors in the world have long said the best way for everyday investors to make money is to invest in index funds and hold those investments over long periods of time.

Most index funds offer low fees and will allow you to essentially buy the entire stock market. That way, if any one stock crashes it won't affect your portfolio. 

New To Investing? Here Are Some Common Mistakes To Avoid And Tips To Follow

npr.org

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How to manifest money in 5 simole steps

One of the most common things people want to manifest is money.

Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s absolutely possible to manifest financial abundance in your life, especially if it is backed by service.

Remember, the Universe is always conspiring to lead you towards the highest good for all.

If you want to manifest more wealth in your life, keep reading to find out How to Manifest Money In 5 Steps.

How to Manifest Money In 5 Steps | THE MILLENNIAL GRIND

millennial-grind.com

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The US war on poverty

In 1964, US President Johnson declared war on poverty. He stated that the wealthiest nation on Earth should be able to beat it.


Yet, up to that point, the US had no official measure of poverty and no statistics on its scope, form or changing nature.

Poverty in 2021 looks different than in 1964 – but the US hasn't changed how it measures who's poor

theconversation.com

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