Commodity trading is the buying and selling of a wide selection of products including oil, gas, gold & silver. Hedge risk and diversify your portfolio by trading Commodities on MT4.
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Commodities trading represents the buying and selling of set quantities of assets. E.g, Crude Oil and Gold. Commodities trading is typically dominated by energy and metals. Price movements in commodities are usually seen as indicators for the economic health of the wider industry that supplies and demands them.
At ZERO Markets you can trade CFDs on a wide variety of global commodities including gold, silver and oil, all with an Australian Regulated broker. You can enter and exit trades whenever you want to, close to 24/5, across almost all commodities markets.
Learn to trade Commodities
At ZERO Markets we offer CFDs on our MT4 & MT5 platforms to trade commodities. This form of trading allows you to speculate on the changing prices of commodities without owning the physical commodity you’re trading. Essentially, a CFD is a contract between the trader and the broker. For example, if you opened a long (buy) CFD trade on Gold when it was valued at $1,505, and you closed the trade when the price rose to $1,525, you would make a profit $20. If the price fell to $1,500, you would make a loss of $5. In basic terms, you are paying or receiving the difference between the opening and closing price of the commodity being traded.
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MT4 & MT5 are the favourite choice for commodities traders around the globe. Zero Markets’ MT4 & MT5 are packed with extras to ensure you’re equipped with all the tools you need to make better informed trading decisions. Tight Raw Pricing, fast execution and superior charts are the building blocks for our MT4 & MT5 solutions.
Four days later, if the WTI price has fallen to $38.51 and you decide to take your profit by buying back 0.1 lot WTI. The total value is $3,851 and the gross profit is $100; if the WTI price has increased to $40.51 and the total value is $4,051, the short selling trade loses $100.
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