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Trading in financial markets involves significant risk of loss which can exceed deposits and may not be suitable for all investors.
Before trading, please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved
Trading in financial markets involves significant risk of loss which can exceed deposits and may not be suitable for all investors. Before trading, please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved
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Commodity Trading

Commodity trading involves the buying and selling of a large range of instruments including oil and gas, metals like gold & silver, and agricultural commodities.

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Commodity trading offers trader an opportunity to diversify a portfolio beyond the traditional securities. The investor may form a long-term strategy or speculate on instances of unusual volatility. Commodities trading refers to the buying and selling of physical assets including gold, silver, oil, wheat, or sugar. These commodities form the cornerstones for the global economy and are traded on exchanges across the world. Commodities are categorized as soft and hard. Soft commodities refer to agricultural products like wheat and sugar, whereas hard commodities refer to energies and metals.

CFDs

You can trade commodity CFDs, the popular way to gain exposure across a wide range of commodities, without directly owning the underlying asset. A trader can start with just a small initial deposit.

CFDs Options

You can trade CFDs options in the commodity trading market, with a small ‘premium.’ Options gives a trader the right, but not the legal authority to buy or sell the commodity.

Forwards

Commodity forward contracts refer to agreements by which sellers and buyers are obligated to execute the order of the underlying asset in the future, set at a pre-determined price and date. Usually, forwards are not traded on exchanges.

Spot

You can trade the commodities on the spot market. For instance, in silver commodity trading, one can trade spot silver or in gold commodity trading one may trade spot gold. This helps a trader to benefit from high liquidity and competitive spread.

Stocks

Trading commodity focused stocks is another way to gain exposure in the commodity market. This helps a trader to broaden his portfolio and minimize the risk factor.

ETFs

Trading commodity ETFs allows investor to trade physical commodities, including natural resources, agricultural goods, and precious metals. The trader can also gain from transparent pricing.

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High Liquidity: Commodity markets are known to be one of the most highly liquid markets across the globe. Notably, crude oil is considered the most liquid commodity futures market followed by corn and natural gas.
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Ultra-Competitive Pricing: Higher trading volumes paves the way for tight spreads and low commissions which ensures competitive pricing.
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Trading Flexibility: You can trade commodities within a varied range of asset classes.
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Diversification: Commodity trading enables a trader to broaden his portfolio beyond traditional equity and bond markets and gain exposure across a new asset class.

Commodities are usually traded as futures contracts. These are simple agreements that enable trading an asset at a decided price and predetermined date in the future. This enables you to trade the contracts themselves without having to own the underlying asset.

Commodities are majorly traded across several exchanges with expertise in select markets, that include:

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Chicago Mercantile Exchange
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Chicago Board of Trade
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ICE Futures Exchange
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London Metal Exchange
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Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange

Trade commodity CFDs which allow for a cost-efficient and short-term trading across 100+ commodities.

Also, you have the option to trade major commodity indices. These indices offer a fresh perspective and a cost-efficient way to trade on the broader commodity market, giving you wide exposure to multiple commodities in a single trade.

The following three commodity indices are designed in the similar way as an index CFD:

Agricultural Index

The Agricultural Index involves Corn, Soybean, Soybean Meal, Coffee Arabica, Coffee Robusta, US Cocoa, Wheat, Sugar Raw, Cotton, Soybean Oil, Sugar White, and Oats, covering a wider spectrum of the soft commodities sector.

Energy Index

The Energy Index is designed to offer an indication of how the broader energy sector is performing. This index includes Brent & WTI Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Gasoline, Heating Oil and Low Sulphur Gasoline. Crude Oil is popularly traded energy commodity, globally.

Precious Metals Index

The Precious Metals Index groups several precious metals together so that you can gain exposure to the sector. It comprises Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium, wherein gold is one of the top traded commodities on the platform.

We offer CFDs and Exchange Traded Products on a wide range of cash and forward commodities, including WTI Crude, Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Aluminium, Copper, Wheat, Sugar, Coffee, and over 100+ commodities across all major exchanges.

  • Go long or short easily
  • Ability to trade intra and inter market spreads
  • 24 hours of trading on global exchanges including CME, ICE, LME
  • Contracts based on both Forwards and Spot
  • Trade mini and micro lots
Metals

Metals

Trading metals most popularly involves gold and silver trading.

Energy

Energy

Oil and natural gas are prevalently traded in energies.

Softs

Softs

Trading Soft commodities primarily involves coffee, cocoa, sugar, corn, wheat, and livestock.

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