Subject: File No. S7-24-15
From: Steve vollo

February 20, 2020

This caught my attention by way of a notice that came to me by fidelity investments.The thought of the SEC monitoring my investment choices is highly preposterous and challenges free enterprise investing. Dont even go there
Leveraged and inverse funds are important to me, and they allow myself to seek enhanced returns to help me protect my portfolio.
im perfectly capable of understanding leveraged and inverse funds and their performance characteristics, and i dont want a third party evaluating my past (series7) capability to do so and potentially preventing me from buying them.
I want to preserve the long-standing free public markets where investors and their advisors have the freedom to buy public securities without additional government-imposed limitations on investor choice.