Trade the most popular commodities from around the world, including energies, agriculture and metals. FXBulls combines tight pricing and flexible conditions to give you a powerful market to trade.
|Name/Symbol||Minimum Spreads||Max Trade Size||Margin Required||Long Swap Value**||Short Swap Value**||Limit & Stop Levels|
* Swap rates are calculated according to the stock currency’s relevant interbank rate. In the table above the swap values are indicative of the annual percentage. Long positions are charged with the relevant interbank rate plus a mark-up, and short positions receive the rate minus a mark-up. The operation is conducted at 00:00 GMT+2 time zone (note that DST may apply), and can take several minutes. From Wednesday to Thursday swap is charged for three days.
** Min. level for placing pending orders at a current market price.
Margin requirements may be subject to change before earnings announcements and/or any corporate action.
The margin requirement for CFDs is calculated like this : Lots * Contract Size * Opening Price * Margin Percentage and not based on the leverage of your trading account.
Calendar dates are indicative and are subject to change.
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About Commodities Trading
Investing in contract-based tradable goods is a reliable means of risk mitigation even during times of inflation or economic uncertainty, ensuring both the contract buyer and seller against drastic price movements that may cause increased losses.
What are the Commodity Markets?
Simply the market prices of the asset for any given period. Different commodities have their own price guides, as well as associated organisations that monitor and regulate it around the world.
How Does Commodity Trading Work?
The fluctuations of prices in commodities is driven by supply and demand, economic data, and events around the world, in combination with the large number of traders who speculate on the price. Some choose to trade commodities as an alternative to forex, and also a hedging strategy.