Instrument Typical Spread Value of 1 lot Trading hours (GMT+2)
ALUMINUM 18 50 08:30-19:30
COCOA 14 10 10:45-19:30
COFFEE 80 2000 10:15-19:30
COPPER 50 30 08:30-19:30
CORN 200 500 02:05-14:45, 15:35-20:00
COTTON 30 500 08:30-20:20
GOLD 160 100 00:00-23:00
NATGAS 25 30000 08:30-23:00
NICKEL 135 10 08:30-19:30
OIL 10 1000 02:05-23:00
OIL.WTI 9 1000 00:05.23:00
PLATINUM 100 150 00:00-23:00
SILVER 140 5000 00:00-23:00
SOYBEAN 500 300 02:05-14:45, 15:35-20:00
SUGAR 7 1120 09:30-19:00
WHEAT 250 400 02:05-14:45, 15:35-20:00
ZINC 20 50 08:30-19:30
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Frequently asked questions
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What are commodities?

A commodity market is a market that trades in the primary economic sector rather than manufactured products, such as cocoa, wheat, corn and sugar. Hard commodities are mined, such as gold and crude oil. Futures contracts are the oldest way of investing in commodities.

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What are advantages of trading commodities?

There are 3 main reasons to trade commodities futures: 

  1. Higher growth opportunities. An apace increasing demands for an artifact will see will increase in costs considerably from time to time. It provides plenty of opportunities to form fast financial gain through artifact investment.

  2. Diversification. Diversification is after you invest during a sort of industries that offer results otherwise to changes within the market. It'll keep your annual profit stable and additionally avoid huge losses. If you're trying to hedge against your stock and bond investments, finance in commodities may be the proper possibility for you to manage risk within the securities market.

  3. Offer security against inflation. By keeping some commodities in your investment portfolio, you'll be able to benefit of a market upswing.

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What are the most traded commodities worldwide?

By trading volume, the top commodities include gold, silver, US Crude Oil, Brent Crude, copper, and Natural Gas. Products such as coffee, wheat and sugar are also featured on the list of most traded commodities.

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What moves prices in commodity markets?

When negotiating the commodities market, traders should consider a variety of factors, such as: Supply and Demand, Macroeconomic Performance, Politics, Behaviour of Other Traders in the Market.

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How are commodities split?

Commodities are split into two types: hard and soft commodities. Hard commodities are typically natural resources that must be mined or extracted—such as gold, rubber, and oil, whereas soft commodities are agricultural products or livestock—such as corn, wheat, coffee, sugar, soybeans, and pork.

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