Commodity Trading

Commodity Trading

At bforex, we recognize the importance of offering a range of trading products to our clients. In addition to the extensive range of Forex currencies that we offer, clients can also trade commodities with bforex. Commodities are physical goods that can be traded on commodities exchanges and include agricultural goods, precious metals and oil. While there are a large number of commodities that can be traded, at bforex we offer our clients the opportunity to trade with the three premium commodities available in the market: Gold, Silver and Crude Oil.
Commodity Trading

 
Online commodity trading is easy with bforex, and making money on commodities is very similar to profiting on Forex trades. With our state-of-the-art PROfit trading platform, you will receive constant market updates and real-time prices to ensure you are always up-to-date.
 

When trading commodities with bforex you will receive tight spreads on all traded commodities, and you can go both Short and Long. There are no fees or charges to be paid. You can also trade a mix of commodities, Forex and CFD’s in your trading account, allowing you manage all your products together. Along with our high leverage, there has never been a better time to start trading in prime commodities.
 

Below you will find sections containing useful information about Online Commodities Trading including details on the range of commodities that we offer and information about commodity trading brokers.
 

Forex 

bforex offers a Forex currency trading experience that could never be easier. The aspect of online fx trading is central to our company. Over the past several years, our share of the market has grown rapidly. We offer top quality online Forex trading to thousands of traders worldwide. With very competitive spreads, 0% commission and dozens of different currency crosses, there is no better Forex broker than bforex. Learn more about Trading Forex Online
 

Commodities 

bforex allows fx traders to trade commodities with ease. While trading commodities with us, constant updates are received from the top feed providers. As a result, you will never miss out while trading the world’s top commodities with us. Due to our state-of-the art trading platform, traders will never be absent from the market. This simply means that you will enjoy trading our 3 prime commodities:Gold, Silver and Crude Oil with ease. Learn more about Commodities and Online Gold, Silver and Crude Oil Trading.
 

CFDs

At bforex, we offer a wide range of CFDs (Contracts for Difference) to our customers. bforex allows its customers to trade CFDs in major US, European and Asian stocks and indices. Due to the diverse aspects of our unique and diversified trading platform, traders are able to go short as well as long on stocks and global indices. This feature allows traders to make large profits in both bull and bear markets. Learn more about CFDs.
 

Online Commodity Trading 

As the global economy has become revolutionized by deregulation and the spread of the internet, many investors have regarded online commodity trading as a godsend while others regard it a nightmare. There are many advantages and disadvantages to consider when opting for online commodity trading.


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Online Silver Trading 

Forex traders can trade Silver online with ease at bforex. Silver is only traded against the US Dollar. As a result, Silver prices are at all times stated in US Dollars. At bforex, Silver (XAG/USD) prices are reflected per Ounce, spreads are fixed at 4 pips and leverage is 1:200. The information in this section explains the basic components involved with online Silver trading. Therefore, when you open an account with bforex, you will have more of an understanding of online commodity trading and the Forex market as a whole.



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Online Gold Trading

bforex offers online Gold trading with simplicity. Within the fx market, it is actually a form of currency. Online Gold trading is electronic, along with other currencies, and other commodities, such as Silver and Crude Oil. It is important to make a differentiation between currencies and commodities, such as Gold, Silver and Crude Oil, as these commodities are only traded against the US Dollar. As a result, Gold prices are at all times stated in US Dollars. At bforex, Gold (XAU/USD) prices are reflected per Ounce, its spreads are fixed at 50 pips and leverage is 1:200.


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Online Oil Trading

At bforex, our clients can trade Crude Oil online with ease. Crude Oil is traded against the US Dollar. As a result, Crude Oil prices are at all times stated in US Dollars. On our trading platform, Crude Oil (CLD/USD) is priced per barrel, spreads are fixed at 6 pips and leverage is 1:200. Trading this commodity has become more widespread in the past 10 years. Consequently, many new clients have chosen to trade with bforex due to the Crude Oil trading that we provide via our trading platform.


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Online Commodity Trading System

As the global economy has become revolutionized through deregulation and the adoption of the internet, many have regarded online commodity trading as a godsend while others have regarded it as a nightmare. This is due to the fact that there are numerous advantages as well as disadvantages when one opts for online commodity trading.


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Commodity Trading Broker

Before you can begin trading in commodities, you will need to engage the services of a commodity trading broker. The services that are provided by a commodity trading broker are very similar to those that are provided by a stockbroker. Today, with the advent of the internet, one can easily use the services of an online commodity trading broker.


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Commodity Futures Trading

For people who are looking for ways to invest a little capital and with limited risk, the commodities market has always been a good choice. It has enabled numerous individuals to generate a huge amount of profit for only a limited time span. For example, Richard Dennis, also known as the “Prince of the Pit” invested about $1,600 at the start of his trading career and managed to turn it into $200 million in just 10 years.


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How to Choose the Best Commodity Trading Company?

If you are speculating commodities, then you’ll have to find a good commodity broker where you can order your trade. With more than 1,000 brokers in the US today, finding one that suits your preferences may not be as easy. Aside from this, a lot of stockbrokers who sell commodities contracts are not authorized. Hence, when you’re choosing a commodity trading company, it is important to do your homework.


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How to Choose the Best Commodity Trading Course?

You know you have chosen the best commodity trading course if you are prepared for the changing nature of the commodities market. Just like any financial market, commodity trading involves risks and will require adequate risk management in order for your investment to generate profit. Simply knowing how to buy and sell commodity futures contracts are not enough – you will also need to know how the market works, what is considered a good contract (and why), and you should also know how to determine good trading opportunities.


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What Are Commodity Futures Brokers

Whether you are engaged in stocks, foreign exchange or commodities, you will begin your journey with a brokerage firm. This is especially true if you are trading alone and would want to get some guidance on how to make your investment successful. But what exactly are commodities brokers? How exactly can they assist commodity traders? Before we are able to define who (or what) they are, we first need to understand the different clients they provide service to.


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Commodity Options Trading

Selling options (also referred to as writing options) is not a common strategy in commodity trading, but it has been used by many professional traders for years. It is a strategy that puts odds in favor of the writer, especially when it is done properly. But just like any investment instrument, things can go badly when the risks are not managed adequately.


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Commodity Trading Strategies

For many experienced traders, the best strategy in trading commodities is to diversify their commodities portfolio. Gone are the days when they can only purchase commodity futures contracts. Thanks to the internet, there are now a number of investment tools used in the commodities market alone. Commodities are mostly volatile and they don’t always move in the same direction. At present, commodities are grouped into 5 categories: livestock, softs, grains, energies and metals. Some of these commodities are strong when the economy is strong, while others thrive when economies are bad. Hence, the best way to minimize risk is to purchase as many commodities contracts as possible. Needless to say, however, this can be very costly. Thankfully, there are now new ways traders can spread the risk on their investment portfolio.

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Commodity Currency Trading

The term “commodity currency” is used to refer to the currencies whose value depends largely on the country’s export for raw materials such as oil, precious metals and agricultural products. There are a number of commodity currencies but some of the most commonly traded in the forex market include the Australian Dollar the Canadian Dollar and the New Zealand Dollar. These 3 currencies are also referred to as the commodity dollars or “comdolls”.


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Commodity Market Trading

When we refer to the commodities market, we not only talk about raw materials and agricultural products such as wheat and corn – we also refer to the contracts that allow market participants to buy and sell these products. With the development of investment technology, traders in the commodities market no longer have to be a producer and a consumer; instead, they can be people who speculate on the direction that prices of specific commodities will take. Actual commodities are not transported; it's only the futures or options contracts which are being exchanged. The most popular commodities being traded today include oil, gold and other agricultural products. The commodities markets are found in Chicago and New York.

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