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Diversify your portfolio and spread risks by trading commodities against the US Dollar in the future market, using CFDs.
When you trade commodities with Fortune Prime Global, you don’t buy the underlying physical assets. Instead, you simply trade the price movements of the commodities through CFDs. Which when you trade on price movements you can profit, regardless of the price going up or down.
Commodities CFDs are derivative financial instruments that allow traders to speculate on the price movements of various commodities without owning the underlying assets.
Commodities CFD trading with Fortune Prime Global does not involve physical ownership of the commodities. Instead, it allows traders to speculate on price movements by entering into contracts based on the price difference.
Some advantages of commodities CFD trading include leverage, easy market access, the ability to profit from both rising and falling prices, liquidity, and the ability to trade a wide range of commodities.
Risks in commodities CFD trading include market volatility, leverage risk (potential for amplified losses), liquidity risk, counterparty risk, and regulatory risks. Traders should be aware of these risks and employ risk management strategies.
Trading on margin is high risk.
To start commodities trading with MetaTrader 5, you will first need to sign up for a live or demo account with an online CFD broker, Fortune Prime, that already supports the MT5 platform.
Leverage allows traders to control larger positions with a smaller amount of capital. However, it also amplifies both profits and losses. Traders should use leverage carefully and understand its implications.
When choosing a commodities CFD trading platform, consider factors such as regulation, security, fees, available commodities, trading tools and features, customer support, and platform reliability. Fortune Prime Global is regulated by ASIC and we offer low trading costs and fast executions to our traders.
Profit or loss in commodities CFD trading is determined by the difference between the entry and exit prices of the CFD contracts, considering the position (buy or sell) and the price movement.
No, commodities CFD trading is purely speculative and does not involve physical delivery or ownership of the underlying commodities.
Yes, CFD trading allows traders to profit from both rising and falling prices. Therefore, you can take a short position (sell) and aim to profit from a decline in the price of a commodity.