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Commodities Trading

Why Trade Commodities?

Commodities trading are the perfect addition to a trader's portfolio. It holds many benefits for beginner traders as well as experienced ones. Once you trade responsibly, you can achieve great results. Below, we made a list of some of the biggest benefits of trading various commodities.

What Commodity Trading is all about?

When a trader is interested in trading commodities, s/he doesn't have to clear out his cabin space for hundreds of crude oil barrels or piles of gold bars. S/he simply trades using a futures contract where you pay /sell a commodity at an agreed- upon price.

CM Trading offers the following commodities:

  1. Gold
  2. Oil
  3. Coffee
  4. Metals
  5. Natural gas
  6. Sugar

Why Commodity Trading?

If you're looking to diversify your portfolio without going overboard with the risk, then commodity trading is just for you!

Here are some of its biggest benefits:

  1. Major profit potential. If you are an experienced trader, the commodities market offers larger winning options than other fields.
  2. A diverse portfolio is a good portfolio. It's never a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket, so a good trading portfolio has to have various trading assets in order to keep the risk as minimal as possible. Commodities are considered fairly safe compared to other assets and that's why they are a good option to consider when setting up a portfolio.
  3. Commodities can protect you against inflation. During inflation, when the value of money goes down, the price of commodities usually goes up. This makes commodities the perfect way to protect your portfolio during those times.
  4. Low commissions. For traders who are making a lot of short- term trades, commodity trading is exactly what they need. The commission on commodity is lower than most other tradable financial assets, which makes it ideal for short term traders.

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Commodities Trading

Trading Foreign Exchange (Forex) and Contracts for Differences (CFDs) on margin carries a high level of risk. CLICK HERE to read the full risk warning.