Trade Commodity CFDs with FCS Trade

Trade a variety of popular commodity CFDs with leverage. Gold, Oil and Silver are all available on our leading trading platform.

 

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Trading Commodities with Leverage

Commodities CFDs are available for trading at FCS Trade with up to 1:20 leverage. You can start trading with as little as €100 to gain the effect of €2,000 capital!

Simple Account Management

Quick and smooth funding process via bank account, credit card, PayPal or Skrill. Various tools to manage your monetary and trading activity including a free-of-charge notifications service.

Profit and Loss Control

On the FCS Trade trading platform, you can easily define Stops and Limits to request positions’ closure at a specific rate. To completely avoid slippage, you can also set a Guaranteed Stop.

Commodities Charts
StockPrice
CT=F
Cotton Dec 21
CT=F
$107.15
CL=F
Crude Oil Nov 21
CL=F
$83.12
KC=F
Coffee Dec 21
KC=F
$204.10
SI=F
Silver Dec 21
SI=F
$23.24
C=F
Corn Dec 20
C=F
$341.00

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FAQ

Futures Exchanges are markets where financial institutions and individuals can trade a wide variety of commodities.

The world’s major exchanges for trading commodities are mainly located in the United States:

  • Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) – a commodity futures exchange based in Chicago and operated by CME.
  • Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) – an exchange based in Atlanta, focused on energy commodities.
  • New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) – an exchange located in New York City and operated by CME.

When trading Forex CFDs, you are essentially speculating on the price changes in their exchange rate. For example, in the EUR/USD pair the value of one Euro (EUR) is determined in comparison to the US dollar (USD), and in the GBP/JPY pair the value of one British pound sterling (GBP) is quoted against the Japanese yen (JPY).

If you think the exchange rate will rise you can open a ‘Buy’ position. Conversely, if you think the exchange rate will fall you can open a ‘Sell’ position.

To see a full list of currency pairs offered by FCS Trade, click here.

The most common way for trading commodities is to buy or sell a futures contract. The price of a commodity futures contract is standardised, meaning the underlying instrument’s quantity (pound, ounce, barrel, etc) is predetermined and appears the same for all market providers.

A futures contract also obligates the holder to buy or sell a commodity at a predetermined price on a delivery date in the future.

In CFD trading, once a commodity futures contract expires, a trader can either close the trade and open a new trade, or alternatively, allow the contract to roll over to the next month (if possible).

Among the factors that might influence Forex rates are the terms of trade, political relations and overall economic performance between the two countries or economic regions. This also includes their economic stability (for example GDP growth rate), interest and inflation rates, production of goods and services, and balance of payments.

To learn more, use our Economic Calendar to find real-time data on a wide range of events and releases that affect the Forex market.

There are 3 main asset classes of commodities:

  • Energies or Energy Commodities – refers to a variety of oil and gasoline-derived products needed for vehicles, generators and other engines. Among these are US-based West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Oil, international Brent Oil, extracted from the North Sea, as well as Natural Gas, Heating Oil and Gasoline.
  • Metals, Precious Metals (GoldSilver, Platinum, etc) and Base Metals (Copper, etc) – refers primarily to Gold and Silver, originally used in the form of coins, bars and bullions, and issued by governments and central banks.
  • Agriculture or Agricultural Commodities – consists of a wide range of soft commodities, i.e., crops and livestock that are grown, as opposed to metals that are mined or energies that are extracted. The most common agricultural commodities are Coffee, Wheat, Live Cattle, Corn and Soybeans.

Click here for a full list of tradable commodities at FCS Trade.

Our charts allow you to go back and visualise the prices of futures contracts on commodities (for the current and previous months). You can use this information to draw upon past performance and develop your trading strategies.

In addition, you can use our Economic Calendar to view a range of potentially market-moving events that have occurred already or are expected in the future. These events are primarily available for Oil and Natural Gas.

To start trading commodities with Plus500, simply:

  1. Sign up / Log in to your account.
  2. Search for the instrument you want to trade from our range of ‘All Commodities’.
  3. Click the ‘Buy’ or ‘Sell’ button depending on the direction you think the commodity will move.
  4. Open a trade.

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