After exploding from about $27,500 to a recent high of $52,985, Bitcoin has become technically stretched on RSI, MACD, and Williams’ %R. And, after a run like it’s had, BTC is overdue for a breather from current overbought conditions. One way to trade further potential downside is with the ProShares Short Bitcoin (BITI).

This one follows the S&P CME Bitcoin Futures Index, with profitability computed daily (before fees and expenses) as the inverse (-1x) of the index’s daily performance. BITI has an expense ratio of 0.97%. So, as BTC pulls back, BITI pushes higher.

Then, once Bitcoin starts to bottom out again, we can also pick up the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF (BITO). With an expense ratio of 0.95%, the ETF tracks the performance of spot Bitcoin and is the world’s largest and most actively traded cryptocurrency ETF.

BITO is mimicking the price of Bitcoin as closely as possible without investing in the cryptocurrency itself. As noted by Money, “Like all crypto ETFs, part of the allure of BITO is that investors don’t need to deal with cryptocurrency wallets and private keys but can instead invest through a broker they already use.”