Leveraged Oil ETFs seek to provide a magnified return on the pricing of various energy natural resources via futures contracts. These can include oil (Brent and WTI) as well as heating oil and gasoline. The level of magnification is included in the fund descriptions and is generally 2x or 3x the daily return.
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As of 10/20/16