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Oil seems to be getting cheaper again. Am waiting to see if OILB - ETFS BRENT OIL to go below $60 and I might snap some up.

Can't imagine it will stay quiet in the Middle East for long and then back up to $70+ Plus you never know, there might be another Katrina before the end of the season

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Oil seems to be getting cheaper again. Am waiting to see if OILB - ETFS BRENT OIL to go below $60 and I might snap some up.

Can't imagine it will stay quiet in the Middle East for long and then back up to $70+ Plus you never know, there might be another Katrina before the end of the season

Hi surfgatinho!

This may seem like an incredibly stupid question - bear with me. - How do you go about snapping it up? I'm genuinely curious.

Edited by MrBenn

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There is an ETF (I think it is anyway) reflecting the price of a barrel that is traded on the London exchange. Just go to any trading site, eg www.selftrade.com and look up OILB

Having said that, I think the Iranians have gone and spoilt my party by being awkward. But, if it does go below or down to $60 I think it'll be a good buy. The years low was $52 and high $70.

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