Subject: File No. S7-24-15
From: Ben Smith

March 6, 2020

I wholly disagree with the concept of restricting the use of leveraged, inverse, and inverse leveraged ETF's and other similar funds as I feel as though it imposes an impotent sentiment on the rights of investors and their abilities to invest freely.

I, like many others, feel as though further restricting investment in the aforementioned funds will provide no benefit to investors, funds, or the SEC itself. While providing no benefit, it also shows an overt disregard for investor freedom, as limiting what stocks, funds, ETF's, or other financial instruments various investors can invest in breaches the central purpose of the Securities and Exchange Commission to "Maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets".

Therefore, I strongly urge the SEC and all counsel involved in authoring this proposal to reevaluate it with a neutral outlook in order to discern the substantial dereliction of investors' liberty.