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Old 03-13-2011, 10:29 PM
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Default Crude Oil Futures ETF

http://etf.stock-encyclopedia.com/HUC-TSX.html
I was thinking of getting in on it since oil started rising like mad, but the day I said I was going to do it, oil plummeted.

People say metals are risky but when I look at crude I don't see much way of making money and it's not a long-term investment and if you look at the fluctuations it's a bad investment IMHO.

I'd always stay away from crude, it's extremely volatile and hard to profit from. If you must invest in crude, you're best to do it in an ETF that buys equities in related gasoline companies and refiners etc...
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