Subject: File No. S7-24-15
From: Dianne Olchowy

March 10, 2020

In regards to the SEC's proposal to change the regulations regarding buying leveraged and inverse funds I feel that this proposal is an infringement of my rights as an investor. The SEC should not be able to decide whether I can, want or should or should not invest in a publicly traded fund. I have enjoyed, for many years, investing of my own free will and deciding how and what I will invest my money in. This proposal should be stopped from being considered further. If the SEC is trying to protect stupid people investing without educating themselves before doing so that is their business and not your concern. I am not wealthy and am not a high income earner and as such I appreciate the freedom I have with my investments, particularly in ProShares funds that have allowed me to build a nest egg and a safety net of funds. Is the SEC trying to prevent people like me from investing and making some profit in the stock market?