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Hi, I'm a beginner in stocks and shares. Very appreciate some advice please. I bought 157shares of ETFs Brent Crude Oil for £2000. Obviously the oil price has dropped massively since. I just want to check this type of ETFs operates like normal share that won't drop to £0??? or negative???? as long as I can hold on to it, can I wait for the oil price to come up?? I'm very confuse with Future ETFS/ contracts??? 

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