Precious Metals – GOLD & SILVER
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3 Popular Commodities to Trade
Gold is one of the most popular investment instruments among investors. Gold trading is perceived as a hedge against inflation. Its volatility also makes gold a very attractive investment propositions. We offer various gold contracts to trade from as little as 100 grams to 100 troy ounce.
Silver is another precious metal that can be traded. It is often used as a proxy for gold’s movement. Its volatility and potentially high return only add to silver’s appeal as an investment instrument in commodities trading.
Crude Oil: Investors and traders can now diversify their investment portfolios by trading Crude Oil CFD. They can take advantage of swings in global oil supply and demand. Contract traded is contract for crude-oil futures traded in NYMEX.
Commodities play an important part in our daily lives and activities. Items we use daily are produced using some type of commodity. Globally, the commodities markets are big and very liquid.
Why Trade in Commodities?
Traders and investors alike incorporate commodities trading as part of their investment strategies and portfolios. You can choose to trade gold or trade oil on margin. Commodities trading on margin offer opportunities in both rising and falling markets.
3 Commodity Categories
Trading in commodities are generally driven by basic economic principles of Supply. Demand. Major disruptions in supply may lead to a spike in commodity price.
We offer free Demo Accounts, News, Charts, and Analysis. These are very valuable resources for investors and traders who would like to test their trading skills and systems with “hypothetical” money before opening a live trading account and risking real money. Before opening a live trading account, it is recommended to practice first using this demo account.
Investors/traders should familiarize themselves with the trading platform and how the currency market fluctuates. By taking advantage of this offer, you can get the feel of the market before committing your hard-earned money for trading. Please remember that these demo accounts are meant to familiarize you with the trading platform, trading orders, price movements etc. Placing an order in “real” versus “practice” account are 2 very different things. Thus investors/traders should never assume that profitable practice account is indicative of future results with real account as the markets are always ever changing, and we as humans are capable of making so many mistakes that even the best laid plans can still sometimes go wrong – especially when money is on the line and we are under stress.