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CFDs on Commodities

Trade an increasingly growing list of hard and soft commodities today. Access a wide range of commodity markets with Micro & Mini lots. Gain potential return from trading on both rising and falling markets

Get into Global Commodities Trading

With our institutional trading experience and platform, gain potential profit from global common commodities

  • Flexible Leverage

    Commodities CFDs are available for trading with up to 1:200 leverage.

  • Long or Short

    Go long or short ,never miss an opportunity

  • Micro & Mini lots

    Easily accessible,lower initial fund required

  • Defend against Inflation

    Take advantage of market movements when trading commodities.

  • Trade during Geopolitical Tensions

    Profit from trading in volatile geopolitical conditions by gaining from both up-trending and down-trending markets

  • Ride the unstoppable wave of global economic diversification

    Trade highly-liquid and popular commodities that fuel economies around the globe.

Our Featured Commodities CFD Products

Commodities CFDs FAQs

Learn More About Commodity Trading

1. What commodities can I trade with CFDs?

We offer a variety of commodity CFDs you can trade, including:

•Oil - Such as Brent Crude and WTI Crude. Oil is one of the most popular commodities for CFD trading due to its high liquidity and volatility.

•Gold and Silver - Precious metals are a common hedge against inflation and market turmoil. Gold and silver CFDs see high trading volume.

•Copper - Copper is an important industrial metal, so copper CFDs provide exposure to the health of the global economy. Prices are volatile, providing trade opportunities.

•Natural Gas - Natural gas CFDs allow you to speculate on this key energy commodity. Prices tend to be very volatile, especially in winter months.

•Coffee and Sugar - For exposure to the soft commodity market. Coffee and sugar CFDs react strongly to weather conditions, harvests and geopolitical events.

•Wheat, Corn and Soybeans - Grain CFDs are tied to the agricultural commodity market. Prices depend on crop yields, inventories, demand for biofuels as well as weather. Volatile during growing seasons and around USDA crop reports.

•Cotton - Cotton CFDs provide exposure to the textile industry. Cotton is a highly volatile commodity that reacts to weather, contamination issues, demand from clothing manufacturers and economic growth.

•Aluminum and Nickel - Industrial metal CFDs linked to demand for their use in construction, transportation, electronics, and manufacturing. Closely tied to the health of the economy.

•Lean Hogs and Live Cattle - For speculation on the meat market. Prices are volatile due to factors like disease outbreaks, weather extremes, demand for meat products and agricultural trade flows.

•Heating Oil - Tied to demand for fuel oil used to heat homes and businesses in the winter. Very temperature dependent, providing more volatility and trade opportunities in winter months.

. Commodities with high liquidity and volatility, like crude oil, gold, wheat and natural gas, are the most popular for CFD trading due to more opportunities for price speculation based on fluctuations in the underlying market.

2. How does commodity CFD trading work?
3. How much money do I need to start trading commodities and CFDs?
4. What commodities trading strategies should I use?
5. What does it cost to trade commodities and CFD?
6. When can I trade commodities and CFDs?

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