A popular asset class among CFD traders Commodity CFDs are extremely influenced by the forces of supply and demand, as well as geo-political factors. Apart from the most commonly traded commodities like Crude Oil and Precious Metals, ALB offers a wide range of CFD commodity instruments including soft commodities like Corn, Soybeans and Wheat.
Next Generation Trading Platforms You can trade commodity CFDs by using MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5. Both platforms have desktop, web and mobile versions to enable access wherever you are. Innovative trading tools and low latency execution combined with intuitive interface.
** Value of one tick indicated is based on a standard contract traded. Value may vary according to the size of the trade.
† Cost per 1 standard contract traded per round trip.
WHAT IS COMMODITY TRADING?
Commodities CFD trading is an increasingly popular way to trade the financial markets.
People can be traced to trade commodities to a number of centuries ago. Commodity CFDs give exposure to the performance of the front month commodity futures traded on regulated exchanges.
The most popularly traded commodity sectors are energies (like oils and natural gas), metals (including gold, silver and copper) and soft commodities (such as cocoa, coffee and sugar and wheat).
Contract expires before the underlying future contract expiration day, eliminating the possibility of physical delivery.
CUTTING EDGE TRADING PLATFORMS
Traders can implement the most sophisticated trading strategies with ALB. ALB provides the world’s most popular trading platform with the largest community of traders, allowing the implementation of strategies of different complexity.
Benefit from the #1 multi-asset platform across the globe
▶︎ Financial news and alerts notifications
▶︎ One-click trading
▶︎ Automated trading
▶︎ Pending and protective orders
▶︎ Opportunity to write your own advisors
▶︎ Open up to 100 charts, over 80 built-in technical indicators
Our CFDs are leveraged products which can carry a high level of risk to your capital and investing in them can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit. Investors do not own, or have any rights to, the underlying assets. 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.