Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. The vast majority of retail client accounts lose money when trading in CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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Commodities Trading

CFD-Retail Client Accounts Generally Lose Money

Trade CFDs on Futures from around the world

Commodities Trading

Diversify by adding oil and other CFDs in your portfolio

CFD-retail client accounts generally lose money

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*CFD-retail client accounts generally lose money

What are Commodities?

Trade CFDs on popular commodities such as crude oil, sugar, or coffee. With CFDs, you participate in the Commodity markets, but you will not have to take ownership of the underlying asset or worry about physical delivery. Commodity markets are attractive to speculators and professional traders, offering: 

  • Fast execution and deep liquidity
  • Hedging against inflation
  • An attractive investment alternative beside Forex
  • No hidden charges
  • Diversify investment portfolio

How does Commodity Trading work?

Trading CFDs on commodities is a more convenient way to access the commodities markets than directly purchasing the asset. The majority of the commodity markets are open on almost a 24-hour basis, which are also the hours that CFDs are normally trading. One of the most popular commodity contracts is the Oil CFDs. Since oil is consider an indicator of global economic health, investors speculate on its price, as it usually goes up when the economy is growing.

4 Basic Principles to Commodity Trading

Step 1

Choose a Commodity

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Step 2

Do your research on the potential movement

Step 2

Step 3

Define your risk parameters like SL and TP

Step 3

Step 4

Place your trade

Step 4

Value speculation allowed.

CFD-retail client accounts generally lose money

Commodities

Commodities