Commodity Trading With TradeDirect365
Min. (Fixed) Spread
|Spot Gold||3 points||Fixed||0.50%|
|Spot Silver||3 points||Fixed||0.50%|
|US Light Crude Oil||3 points||Fixed||0.50%|
|Brent Crude Oil||3 points||Fixed||0.50%|
Commodities are natural resources (raw materials and agricultural products) such as Wheat, Coal, Sugar, Oil, Coffee and Gold. There are typically two types of commodity; hard and soft;
These are commodities that are typically mined, like gold & silver and energies like oil & gas.
These are commodities that have been grown rather than mined (i.e. hard commodities) and include agricultural products like coffee, sugar, wheat etc.
Trading commodities like Iron, Silver and Oil are some of the oldest forms of exchange – dating back many centuries. Today, commodities are some of the most actively traded markets in the world with millions of people around the world trading commodities via an online trading platform.
If you want to join the many others around the globe who trade commodities online, then you will need to sign up for an online trading account with TradeDirect365.
Once you’ve set up an online trading account and funded your account, you’re ready to start trading commodities. At TradeDirect365, we offer Energy commodities such as Brent Crude oil and US light Crude oil, and Metal commodities: Gold and Silver.
Once you’ve conducted your trading research and are ready to trade, simply login to the TD365 trading platform and enter your trade and/or order.
Example: If you believe that the price of Gold is going to decline in value, then you would open a SELL position on our trading platform, see here;
If the price of Gold goes down, you will make a profit for every point (0.1) that it declines in value. If the Gold price goes up, then you will make a loss for every 0.1-point movement that Gold increases by. Our trading platform (or App) will tell how much profit or loss you are making in real-time throughout the day and night.
There are some great advantages to trading commodities using a CFD platform versus buying the underlying commodity itself, here are a few benefits;