how to trade commodites?

When you trade with best Futures broker in commodities, you are speculating whether the price of a commodity will rise or fall.

Futures are a leveraged product. This means you only need to put down a small initial deposit, known as margin, to enter a trade. Trading using leverage can enhance loss as well as profits, which means any loss/profit you make can exceed your initial deposit.

 A commodity trader is an individual or business that focuses on investing in physical substances like oil, gold or agricultural products. The day-to-day buying and selling are often driven by expected economic trends or arbitrage opportunities in the commodities markets. Commodity markets typically trade in the primary economic sector, including industries focused on collecting natural resources for profit. Most commodity trading involves the purchase and sale of futures contracts, though physical trading and derivatives trading are also common.


Our Commodity Futures are available to trade. When trading commodities you speculate whether the price will rise or fall. For example, You choose to trade GOLD and you think the value of the GOLD will rise against USD, you go long (buy). If you think GOLD will fall against USD, you go short (sell). If your prediction is correct, you make a profit, and if your prediction is incorrect, you would make a loss. Remember, losses can exceed deposits.


Metals trading usually involves Gold, Silver and Platinum. The metals trading is closely linked to the outlook for the overall global economy and major currencies.


Energy commodities include crude oil and natural gas. Global economic developments and reduced oil outputs from established oil wells around the world have historically led to rising oil prices.

Agriculture Commodities

Agricultural commodities include corn, soybean and wheat. In the agricultural sector, grains can be very volatile during the summer months or during any period of weather-related transitions.
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