Related: ETF Plays for a Rebound in Crude Oil Prices

USO is up more than 5% over the past week, perhaps a sign oil traders are expecting supply to be hindered by the late summer storms. Still, the ETF is down 15% year-to-date as oil is one of this year’s worst-performing commodities.

Investors interested in gaining exposure to the crude oil market can take a look at the recently launched ETFS Bloomberg Energy Commodity Longer Dated Strategy K-1 Free ETF (NYSEArca: BEF). BEF tries to provide long-term capital appreciation designed to exceed the performance of the Bloomberg Energy Index 3 Month Forward Index, which tracks movements in the prices of rolling positions in a basket of energy commodity futures with a maturity between 4 and 6 months.

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