Long Crude Oil ETFs seek to track the direct price of various crude oil benchmarks and their pricing. These funds track prices on crude oil (both Brent and WTI) and bet on the underlying commodities by using futures and options contracts. The funds may be leveraged to magnify returns, but are long only.
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As of 10/26/16