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can anyone help me with what’s most COST  effective way to invest on crude/Brent oil for long term(maybe over 2 years) and having option to sell it at any time thanks 

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Avoid ETS,s ! Read about contango and backwardation. The only relatively safe way is buy big oil companies... BP   Shell etc that’s what I did anyway 

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