A crude oil ETF list shows the changes in price for crude oil by listing different companies and their current price and the average amount of gas purchased, states ETF Database. Investors use this list to become involved in the market without buying an oil futures contract.
A crude oil ETF list shows the returns, expenses, dividends, holdings and taxes involved with companies invested in crude oil, explains ETF Database. Investors can purchase oil ETFs just like stocks. There is more than one ETF list available and not all of them are the same.
According to ETF Daily News, the four best oil ETFs for 2015 are United States Oil Fund LP, which has an average daily trading volume of around 11 million shares; PowerShares DB Oil ETF, which has an average daily trading volume of 1.3 million shares; ProShares Ultra DJ-UBS Crude Oil, which has an average daily trading volume of 2.8 million shares; and Market Vectors Unconventional Oil & Gas ETF, which has a daily trading value of 66,000. When prices drop in crude oil, making shares easier to purchase, these companies give the best value to keep their numbers up, and in turn, yield more money for their investors.