Y'all want an actually risky stock bet
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Let me introduce DIABLOI and ANGELD, two fascinating (but kinda stupid) stocks traded in the Mexican stock exchange.
DIABLOI is meant to track the inverse of the Mexican stock exchange index, called BMV-IPC, meanwhile ANGELD is meant to return double the IPC. Both are made up by a total of 60M dollars' worth of Blackrock's NAFTRAC ETF.
The stupid joke being that "if you bet on the devil" it means you believe the largest companies listed in the Mexican stock exchange will loose value.
Now, this is very dumb way to gamble money away, just like investing in GME is not exactly sustainable in the long term.
In theory, DIABLOI and ANGELD are ETFs, and the have tremendously high fees, a poor amount of AUM, and might have very low volume with the American brokerage services like robinhood. In reality the only benefit they have to offer is that they're very accesible, they cost less than a dollar per share. If you think Well, I'll just buy one of each! then you'd hold two ETFs by a small bank with fees above 1.2% each which ultimately would behave just like the aforementioned NAFTRAC which has 2.6B under management and a fee of 0.25%