Diversify your portfolio and hedge your risks using a wide variety of commodities products with FXT.
Commodities are the only physical items to be purchased and sold on trading exchanges in capital markets. They usually consist of raw materials that are mined from the ground or extracted from the sea, and sit at the beginning of the supply chain before being sold at greater prices to processors and manufacturers for conversion into products.
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Gain exposure to major commodity groups (metals, energy and agriculture)
Hedge open positions or a portfolio of commodity stocks/ ETFs
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What are commodities?
Commodities are physical assets, usually produced in high volumes that are then traded on a commodity exchange (oil, corn, copper etc.). Their prices fluctuate daily and can provide high levels of volatility.
How are commodity CFD prices calculated?
Our commodity CFD prices are based on the underlying spot markets (also called cash markets).
What is contango and backwardation?
Contango is when future commodity prices are lower than spot commodity prices, as traders expect the commodity to fall in value in the future. Backwardation, which more commonly occurs, is when futures prices are higher than current commodity spot prices.
What are the main market drivers for commodity prices?
A broad range of fundamental drivers for commodities include inflation, growth, geopolitical tensions, weather, US dollar strength/weakness, supply and demand.
Where can I find contract specifications for commodity CFDs within MT4?
MT4 Market Watch > Right mouse click over market > Choose “Specification” from the dropdown menu