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Trade Commodities CFDs with FinxTrade!

Trade a variety of popular commodities CFDs with leverage. Gold, silver, crude oil and many others are available for trading on our leading trading platforms!

Trading with Leverage

Trade commodities CFDs with up to 1:150 leverage with FinxTrade. You can start with just $100 to gain the effect of $15,000 capital!

Easy account management

Add funds to your account quickly and easily via bank account, credit/debit card and other popular payment methods.

Profit and Loss Control

On the FinxTrade trading platform, you can easily set stops and limits to request positions' closing at a certain rate. You can also set a guaranteed stop to avoid slippage.

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Supply and Demand

If supply and demand are balanced, prices should stay on the same level. However, anytime the market thinks the supply will be lower due to weather or production cuts, prices tend to go higher, and vice versa; higher supplies tent to lead to lower prices.

Limit Your Risks. Negative Balance Protection!

You can preset profit and loss levels by using stop losses or take profit limits when you trade. Determine the maximum amount you are ready to risk with when speculating on the price, or set a price at which you want to take profits. Future orders like Buy Stops and Buy Limits are also available.

Stock and Inventories

Production of these commodity prices can be affected by the following: weather, crop diseases, staff issues, political and economic environments which form additional charges such as taxes, trade laws, subsides from governments etc.

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Trade Commodities

Commodities are basic items of consumption of the worldwide economy. Do you have your own idea about gold, silver or coffee? Act now!

Commodities are traded around the world on different exchanges and are usually traded as CFDs, which is an agreement to trade at a set price and set date. On our platforms we provide CFDs, which are contracts, based on the price of an underlying asset, that don’t grant ownership of the physical goods. Traders like this aspect since you do not have to actually own the asset, yet you can trade them whenever you want.

Start trading commodities with FinxTrade and enjoy the benefits of trading with a regulated, award-winning broker!

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What is a CFD?

Contract For Difference (CFD) is a popular Over The Counter (OTC) derivative financial instrument that allows you to trade on the price movement of financial assets, such as index futures, commodity futures, cryptocurrency, shares and exchange traded funds. You can trade them without actually owning the underlying asset and acquiring any rights or obligations on this asset. The main advantage of CFDs is the flexibility of trading related to the price movements without actually buying or selling a physical instrument. The price of a CFD is based on the price of the underlying asset. You can trade CFDs if you believe that they will increase (strengthen) or decrease (weaken). Your profit or loss while trading CFD is determined as the difference between the purchase price and sale price. Start trading CFDs with FinxTrade right now and enjoy trading with an one of the world’s best broker!

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Commodity Prices

Various factors can affect the prices of commodities and contribute to their fluctuation significantly. Supply and Demand – If supply and demand are balanced, prices should stay on the same level. However, anytime the market thinks the supply will be lower due to weather or production cuts, prices tend to go higher, and vice versa; higher supplies tent to lead to lower prices.

Stock and Inventories – Production of these commodity prices can be affected by the following: weather, crop diseases, staff issues, political and economic environments which form additional charges such as taxes, trade laws, subsides from governments etc.

Inflation – When there is inflation, the price of a commodity usually changes accordingly.
Ready to start trading Commodities? Register today and enjoy the benefits of trading with a regulated, award-winning broker! FinxTrade
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CFD trading methods

There are different trade strategies that are often used when trading CFDs. Even the most inexperienced trader can understand them. These strategies include some trading methods. The most popular methods are long and short positions.

Long position

A long position in trading CFDs is when a trader buys an asset predicting that its price will rise during the term of the contract. In long-term trading, since it has a higher level of forecasting, a long position will allow you to act on lower price market moves. As a rule, such trades last from a month to more than a year.

Short position

A short position is opened when a trader expects a decrease in the assets value and decides to sell it. However, the trader intends to buy the contract back later.

For example: A trader believes that the asset price will fall during the term of the contract. If his prediction is wrong and the asset increases in value, the trader will meet a loss which is equal to the difference between the opening and closing price of the asset. Conversely, the trader will make a profit if his chosen asset decreases in value. A short-term position allows you to make a profit in a short period of time (up to a minute). The advantage of a short-term position is the limitation of financial costs.

Intertrader

This is the golden mean offering undated future contracts and trading based on short or long term CFD strategies.