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ITRADER - INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE
EURUSD1.05623:59 09.12.16
GBPUSD1.25823:59 09.12.16
EURCHF1.07423:59 09.12.16
USDJPY115.35823:59 09.12.16
AUDUSD0.74523:59 09.12.16
USDCAD1.31823:59 09.12.16
APPLE113.84522:59 09.12.16
GOLD1159.84023:58 09.12.16
EURUSD1.05623:59 09.12.16
GBPUSD1.25823:59 09.12.16
EURCHF1.07423:59 09.12.16
USDJPY115.35823:59 09.12.16
AUDUSD0.74523:59 09.12.16
USDCAD1.31823:59 09.12.16
APPLE113.84522:59 09.12.16
GOLD1159.84023:58 09.12.16

Prices are indicative

How to Trade Commodities

iTrader - How to Trade Commodities

Commodities are pervasive and potentially profitable. As a result, trading of commodities is becoming increasingly popular with investors. But if you want to learn how to trade commodities, you must first understand how this investment vehicle works.

Commodities are a lot of things that are part of our everyday existence. This is because the prices of these goods can affect us in various ways. So when commodity prices are stable, the price of goods will be stable as well.

Here some examples of commodities that you can invest in:

  • Natural gas
  • Gold
  • Oil
  • Corn
  • Wheat
  • Copper
  • Silver
  • Rubber

The futures exchanges are where both common and uncommon commodities are traded. Basically, anything that needs to be hedged to preserve profit or hedged against loss is of interest to speculators.

However, it’s always best to practice a long-term view as the market can be highly volatile.

Traditional Futures

The futures market has been around for a very long time and in the old days (you can still do this), if you wanted to trade commodities, you had to trade commodity futures.

This method may not be the best for beginners as futures trading can be quite risky. You need to have a lot of discipline, knowledge, and experience to understand how this market works.

But if you understand the market and can perform a technical analysis, you can thrive in this environment.

Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)

This method is a lot like trading a stock that follows the price of another instrument. This enables the creation of term structures that are really the pricing patterns for the near future.

If the commodity price is higher in the future, then it’s called a contango. But is the future price is lower, it’s called a backwardation.

Like anything else, ETFs are driven by supply and demand. But it’s a highly complex investment channel that even has veteran investors scratching their heads.
Risk warning: Trading Forex and CFDs entails substantial risk of loss and it is possible to lose all your invested capital.
These products may not be suitable for everyone and you should ensure that you understand the risks involved.