Leveraged Energy Commodity ETFs seek to provide investors with a magnified daily or monthly return on a single commodity or a basket of various energy commodities. This can include crude oil, coal, heating oil, gasoline and natural gas. The funds use futures contracts to accomplish their goals and can be either long or inversed. The level of magnification is included in each fund’s description and is generally 2x or 3x, or -2x or -3x .
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As of 12/01/23