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Trade : Commodities

 

Trade commodities with ADSS

 

Trade commodities online with CFDs and speculate on the price movement of metals, energy and agricultural goods with market-leading leverage. Diversify your portfolio with gold, oil, and coffee and tap into the commodities markets with competitive pricing, smooth execution, and no hidden fees.

 

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Our markets and pricing:

Instrument Trading Hours GMT Tick Size Tick Value Max Leverage
US Crude 22:00 – 21:00 1 point 1 USD 100:1
Gold 22:00 – 21:00 1 point 1 USD 200:1
Silver 22:00 – 21:00 1 point 1 USD 50:1
Coffee 08:15 – 17:30 1 point 1 USD 20:1
Natural Gas 22:00 – 21:00 1 point 1 USD 20:1
Copper 22:00 – 21:00 1 point 1 USD 20:1

 

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Explore our new commodity CFD products

 

Hedge against volatility and uncertain times and diversify your portfolio with the latest additions to our range of versatile commodity CFDs. From new agricultural products like wheat, corn and cocoa to scarce precious metals like platinum and palladium, we’re bringing you even more products to help expand your trading horizons. Discover these new additions, now available on our ADSS platform, with leverage from 20:1. Download our market information sheet to learn more about our full offering.

Platinum

Despite a 16% drop YTD, demand for the metal has grown from the auto industry due to tighter regulations on emissions.

Leverage from 14:1

Coffee Robusta

Take a view on falling prices of the popular roasting beans, which has seen its market price fall almost 8% YTD.

Leverage from 12:1

Wheat

The bears are in charge as wheat recently traded a 3-year low having dropped 60% since the start of the Russia/Ukraine conflict.

Leverage from 10:1

White Sugar

Uncover new opportunities amid bullish prices and an 11-year high while global producers face production issues.

Leverage from 20:1

Popular Commodities

Gold

Gold is the most important precious metal, and regarded a safe haven asset.

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Silver

Silver is a major precious metal with some industrial applications.

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Natural Gas

Natural gas is an important energy commodity.

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US Crude

West Texas Intermediate is the benchmark for US oil.

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Gold
Gold is the most important precious metal, and regarded a safe haven asset.
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Silver
Silver is a major precious metal with some industrial applications.
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UK Crude
Brent Crude is the benchmark for North Sea oil.
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US Crude
West Texas Intermediate is the benchmark for US oil.
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Coffee
Coffee is a major agricultural commodity.
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Gold
Gold is the most important precious metal, and regarded a safe haven asset.
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Silver
Silver is a major precious metal with some industrial applications.
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Copper
Copper is an important industrial metal.
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Platinum
Platinum is a precious metal with industrial applications.
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UK Crude
Brent Crude is the benchmark for North Sea oil.
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US Crude
West Texas Intermediate is the benchmark for US oil.
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Heating Oil
Heating oil or fuel oil is a petroleum product used for heating.
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Gas Oil
Gas oil is a petroleum product used as fuel.
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Natural Gas
Natural gas is an important energy commodity.
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Trade CFDs on spot commodities and futures and gain exposure to global markets. Enjoy using leverage of up to 200:1 on selected commodities, including precious metals such as gold and silver. Open a CFD trading account and benefit from low fees, smooth execution, and a diverse selection of instruments.

 

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Why trade commodities with ADSS?

Competitive prices

Enjoy competitive pricing when you place trades.

Diverse commodities

Speculate on metals, energy resources, and agricultural products.

Award-winning platform

Trade on a platform that prioritises speed and innovation.

Expert support

Receive support 24/5, including 1-on-1 assistance.

The Commodities Market

The commodities market is made up of three main segments: metals like gold and silver, agricultural goods such as wheat and coffee, and energy products including crude oil and natural gas. Commodities often follow seasonal price patterns based on supply and demand, and they can be traded physically or with derivatives such as CFDs.
Online commodities trading is popular among retail traders. You can gain exposure to safe haven instruments to hedge against volatility in uncertain times, or simply speculate on assets to diversify their portfolio. Discover the versatile range of commodity CFDs available at ADSS, from heating oil to copper and platinum, with varying levels of leverage.

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Join our trading community to access free weekly webinars, as well as our library of tutorial videos and trading guides, designed to help you navigate the financial markets. Find global and local trading opportunities with the latest market news and analysis and become a better trader.

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Empower your trading with market insights

Make informed trading decisions. Our exclusive analysis and insights, daily and weekly emails, and market sentiment reports keep you updated on your favourite commodities.

 

Trade diverse commodities

Access commodity markets worldwide with an ADSS account. Trade CFDs on metals, energy resources, and agricultural products, and on commodity futures.

Stay updated with our economic calendar

Plan and update your trading strategy with our economic calendar. Stay informed about important events and economic indicators that can impact commodity prices.

 

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Share the benefits of trading with ADSS with your friends and family and earn a lump sum based on their trading volume. It’s a win-win opportunity for all.

FAQs

What are commodities?

Commodities are raw materials or primary agricultural products that can be bought and sold in the financial markets. They are typically used in the production of other goods and services and are traded on commodity exchanges around the world. Some examples include metals (gold, silver, and platinum), energy sources (coal, crude oil, and natural gas), agricultural products (white sugar, corn, and wheat), and livestock and animal products (cattle, eggs, and milk).

How does commodity trading work?

Commodity trading involves buying and selling physical commodities or commodity derivatives, such as commodity futures, options, and CFDs. The value of commodities is driven by supply and demand dynamics, which depend on various factors, including but not limited to weather conditions, geopolitical events, and the health of the global economy. When traders participate in commodity trading, they attempt to profit from these price movements by buying low and selling high, or vice versa.

How much money do I need to start commodity trading?

The amount of money you will need to start commodity trading depends on the commodity broker and the type of account you open. At ADSS, we offer three live account types: Classic, Elite, and Pro. You can open a Classic account with a minimum deposit of 100 USD, and an Elite or Pro account with a minimum deposit of 100,000 USD. Each account tier comes with its own benefits, such as competitive spreads, leveraged trading, and dedicated customer support. To learn more, you can check out our account tiers.

Can I practise commodity trading online?

Yes! At ADSS, you can open a demo account and speculate on price movements of commodities with simulated funds. Demo trading is popular amongst traders of all levels, as it offers a risk-free way for traders to get to know an unfamiliar platform or instrument, or test out new strategies.

What are some popular commodities I can trade?

Some popular instruments in the commodity market include gold, crude oil, and natural gas. Gold has been a highly valued precious metal for centuries and today is considered a safe investment in times of economic uncertainty. On the other hand, crude oil and natural gas are vital energy sources that are in constant and high demand globally for transportation and heating purposes. At ADSS, you can participate in online commodity trading with CFDs on metals, energy, and agricultural products.

Why trade commodities?

Commodity prices fluctuate due to supply and demand dynamics, which offers traders a chance to potentially profit from these price movements. Commodity trading also offers traders and investors the benefits of diversification, which can potentially reduce their overall portfolio risk or enhance returns. Finally, producers and consumers can manage price risk when they trade commodity derivatives, such as through CFDs, or options and futures contracts. With derivatives, they can secure favourable prices of commodities for future production and operations.

What is a commodity CFD?

CFD stands for Contract for Difference. A commodity CFD is a financial instrument that allows traders to speculate on commodity prices without having to physically own the asset itself. CFD traders can take both long and short positions on instruments, and they typically offer leverage. This gives traders the potential to profit from small price movements in the commodities market with a relatively small initial investment.

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