Commodities Trading

Embark on a Global Trading Journey: Expand Your Horizons with CFDs on Commodities from Around the World. Discover a Wealth of Trading Opportunities Await!

Real  Assets

Invest in the essential energy and metals that power industries and economies worldwide.

Diversify  Wisely

Hedge against market fluctuations and diversify your portfolio with this unique asset class.

Global Markets  Local Impact

Tap into markets worldwide, influencing local economies and benefiting from global trends.

Expert  Guidance

Access expert knowledge and analysis to make informed decisions and navigate market complexities.

Market-leading Commotodies pricing

Standard spread pricing, no commissions

Current Commodities Prices and Spreads: Monitor Global Commodity Markets in Real Time
AUDUSD -2.34 -1.91 0.91
CADCHF -1.09 -5.03 0.91
CADJPY -3.00 -4.40 0.91
EURAUD -9.16 2.30 0.91
EURCAD -9.00 2.50 0.91
EURCHF -2.00 -4.00 0.91
EURGBP -3.90 -1.00 0.91
EURJPY -5.11 -2.01 0.91
EURTRY -1100.00 550.00 0.91
EURUSD -5.00 0.00 0.91

Access the Commodities Market with MetaTrader 5

Trade essential commodities like oil, gas, and agricultural products with ease using the powerful features and intuitive interface of MetaTrader 5.


Unlock the Potential of Commodities: Invest in the Essentials

What are Commodities?

Discover the raw materials that fuel our world! Commodities are essential goods like oil, gold, and silver. Learn more: What are Commodities?

Why Trade Commodities?

Diversify your portfolio, hedge against inflation, and potentially profit from market movements. Explore the benefits: Why Trade Commodities?

How to Trade Commodities?

Ready to enter the commodity market? Learn about different trading options, risk management strategies, and investment approaches: How to Trade Commodities?

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Commodities CFDs FAQs

Commodity CFDs offer exposure to various underlying assets, catering to diverse trading interests. Here are some common types:

  • Energy commodities: These CFDs track the performance of energy sources like oil, natural gas, and gasoline. Their prices are often influenced by factors like supply pipelines, global energy demand, and geopolitical events in major producing regions.
  • Metals:  This category encompasses CFDs on precious metals like gold and silver, known for their potential role in wealth preservation, and industrial metals like copper, vital for various industrial applications. Their prices can be impacted by factors like industrial demand, investment trends, and supply chain disruptions.
  • Agricultural commodities: These CFDs provide exposure to agricultural products like wheat, corn, and soybeans. Their prices are often influenced by factors like harvest yields, weather conditions, global food demand, and government policies related to agriculture.

Stop-loss orders can be valuable tools to manage risk in volatile markets like commodities CFDs, but understanding their limitations is crucial.

  • Limit potential losses: Stop-loss orders automatically close your position when the price reaches a pre-determined level, helping to limit potential losses if the market moves against you.
  • Improved discipline:  Setting stop-loss orders can help you maintain discipline by preventing emotional trading decisions.
  • Peace of mind: Knowing your maximum potential loss can provide peace of mind and allow you to focus on other aspects of your trading strategy.

Staying informed about the commodities market is crucial for making informed trading decisions. Here are some helpful resources:

  • Market news and analysis: Follow reputable financial news sources and research reports that provide insights into the commodities market and potential price drivers.
  • Commodity-specific information: Research specific data and reports related to the commodities you are interested in, such as supply and demand statistics, production forecasts, and weather reports (for agricultural commodities).
  • Technical analysis: Learn and utilize technical analysis tools and indicators to analyze historical price charts and identify potential trading opportunities.
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RISK PROBABILITY: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. These products may not be suitable for all investors. It is important to fully understand the risks involved and seek independent advice if necessary. You should carefully consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing money. The value of your investment may go down as well as up.

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