Like so many investors in the spring of 2009, Gordon Wolf needed to dig out of a hole.
The U.S. crude market is the steadiest it’s been in at least eight years, driving investors away from exchange-traded products that profit from changes in oil prices.
United States Natural Gas Fund , the world’s largest exchange-traded fund in the fuel, signaled it may consider a reverse split if gas prices extend a decline.
"More volatility has historically been good for USO's share outstanding count."
- John Hyland on Dec 23, 2014
Hyland Says ETF Trade Group Will Not Include ETNs