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COFFEE

188.45 188.55

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COPPER

405.85 406.05

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COFFEE

188.45 188.55

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SUGAR

22.48 22.52

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SOYBEAN

1199.25 1200

Commodities are a popular investment method for many traders as it allows speculation on the value of a range of commodities, indices, and energies

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What is Commodity Trading?

Commodity trading dates back centuries before stocks and bonds were exchanged. It was a very important project that connected different cultures and people. From early spices and silk to the exchanges that trade these assets today, commodities remain a popular investment vehicle. Investors looking to enter the commodity market can do so in a number of ways. Investors who want to invest in commodity markets can consider investing directly in physical commodities or indirectly by purchasing shares in commodity companies, mutual funds, or exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Advantages of Commodities
One of the greatest advantages of investing in commodities is the fact that they tend to shield investors from the effects of inflation. In general, demand for commodities tends to be higher during periods of high inflation, which drives prices higher. It's also a good bet against the US dollar. Therefore, when the US dollar falls, commodity prices rise.

Risks of Commodities
One thing to keep in mind is that commodities tend to be much more volatile than other types of investments, especially funds that track a single commodity or economic sector. nvestors who trade futures should remember that it is speculation. A futures contract includes tracking of an underlying commodity or index. This can affect contract performance and make a negative (or positive) difference for investors. Futures also have their own risks that need to be managed independently of the underlying asset. You can invest in commodities in a variety of ways, such as buying physical commodities such as gold or buying ETFs that track specific commodity indices. You can also buy shares in resource companies such as oil and gas producers and precious metal prospectors. Commodities can be highly volatile, so make sure you understand the risks before making any investment.

You can also profit from commodities using futures contracts, which are contracts to buy or sell commodities at a specific price and date. If the underlying commodity prices are correct, you can make a lot of money in a futures contract, but you can also make a lot of losses. Make sure you understand the risks involved so that you can avoid, or at least recognize, the possibility of margin calls and other events that may affect your trading success.

Commodities FAQs

Here are our answers to your frequently asked questions about:

Crude Oil

Crude oil, also known as black gold, varies in composition depending on geographic location. Brent crude oil is an international benchmark and is traded on the Intercontinental Exchange ( ICE ) in London. The US benchmark West Texas Intermediate ( WTI ) is traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange ( NYMEX )
 

Natural Gas

A much cleaner hydrocarbon than crude oil, natural gas is one of the most important energy sources and could play an even more important role in the future. The natural gas market continues to expand and is used in power generation, transportation, fertilizer, hydrogen, animal feed, and various manufacturing processes

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RISK PROBABILITY: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 64.99% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with ALB Limited. These products may not be suitable for all investors. Please make sure that you fully understand the risks involved and seek independent advice if necessary. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. The value of your investment may go down as well as up.

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