Leveraged Crude Oil ETFs seek to provide a magnified return on the pricing of the actual crude oil commodity for a single day. The funds bet on Brent and WTI futures contracts and apply a bit of leverage, either 2x or 3x, to improve returns.
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As of 10/23/16