Some clients may be tempted by the enticing potential gains of leveraged ETFs, which can double or even triple market performance.
But most advisors urge clients to stay away from leveraged ETFs and their cousins, inverse ETFs, unless they have a very specific, and most likely, very short-term strategy.
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