Diversify your portfolio by trading CFDs on the rising and falling prices of soft and hard commodities including metals, energies and agricultural markets.
Check the latest prices on the most popular commodities.
Commodity trading involves the buying and selling of physical goods, such as gold, oil, coffee, and sugar, that are grown, mined, or extracted.
The prices of these goods are influenced by factors like supply and demand, weather conditions, and geopolitical events.
Traders can engage in commodity trading through financial instruments like futures contracts, enabling them to speculate on future price movements, hedge against price risk, and trade with predefined leverage.
Take the maximum advantage of any market situation with the advanced MT5 platform.
What moves the price of Commodities?
A commodity's price is influenced by various factors, including:
Supply and Demand:The basic economic principle of supply and demand plays a crucial role. If demand exceeds supply, prices tend to rise, and vice versa.
Weather Conditions:For agricultural commodities, weather conditions can significantly impact production. Natural disasters like droughts, floods, or hurricanes can affect supply, leading to price fluctuations.
Geopolitical Events:Political instability, wars, or trade disputes in regions that produce or export commodities can disrupt the supply chain, impacting prices.
Economic Data:Economic indicators, such as GDP growth, employment rates, and manufacturing data, can affect the demand for commodities, influencing their prices.
Currency Strength:Commodity prices are often quoted in U.S. dollars. Changes in the strength of the U.S. dollar relative to other currencies can impact the affordability of commodities for international buyers, affecting demand.
Global Events:Events like pandemics, natural disasters, or global economic crises can have widespread effects on commodity prices.
What are the most traded Commodities?
The most traded commodities in the world include Gold, Crude oil, Natural gas, Coffee and Copper.
How to start trading Commodities?
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