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Invest in some of the most popular spot energies such as Brent and WTI.

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What is Energy CFD Trading?

Crude oil and derivatives are the most traded commodity, and natural gas is in the top 10.

The easiest way to trade energy is to trade CFDs. A trader who invests in his CFDs on energy commodities does not own the energy itself but has the opportunity to make a profit thanks to price fluctuations in the market. ALB offers its clients to trade the most popular oil brands, Brent and his WTI. Energy trading is a globalized 24-hour market with constantly changing prices. This is an ideal tool for day traders looking for fast movements who choose Energy CFDs as the easiest way to trade.

Real-time prices for the most demanding energy markets. It is used worldwide to trade benchmark commodities such as WTI crude oil, Natural Gas, Brent Crude, and Gasoline and set price curves for risk management and energy opportunity exploration. Access popular energy commodities like Crude Oil, Brent and Natural Gas. Enjoy greater flexibility thanks to customised position size and hedging. Our spreads on Crude Oil start from (3) points and from (0.3) on Natural Gas.

Energy is often an asset class of oil and its derivatives. Oil is usually denominated in US dollars (also known as the "petrodollar"), and the value of the currency directly affects the price of the product, so a weaker dollar generally drives oil prices higher. Oil-producing countries can limit or expand the physical quantity of oil barrels available on the market, thus controlling a large part of their supply and thus the price. Crude oil is perhaps the most traded commodity in the world and some of the biggest blue chip companies by market capitalization are in the energy sector such as PetroChina, ExxonMobil, and BP.

Energies 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.

The fundamental activity of energy exchanges, like securities and other exchanges, is to match supply and demand. In wholesale energy markets, bids (to buy energy) and offers ( to sell energy ) are combined into a trading system, and energy exchanges use the bids and offer to determine the purchase price, also known as the market clearing price. to decide.

In a liberalized energy market, generation and retail activities are separated from the ( natural ) monopolies of transmission and distribution, and the buying and selling of energy take place in a highly competitive market environment. Forex trading is a method of conducting transactions to buy and sell energy. When trading physical energy or energy derivatives, market participants typically have a choice between two-way, over-the-counter ( OTC ), or exchange trading. Trading on an exchange pools liquidity. This means that market participants wishing to buy or sell energy can anonymously indicate their willingness to pay or sell a standardized amount at a particular price level.

These so-called bids and offer comparisons help determine fair and transparent market prices that are available to all trading participants and the public. The more bids and offers, the more reliable the price. Reliable and widely available prices are essential to govern production and consumption, provide flexibility to the demand side and determine future energy investments.

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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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