Commodity trading involves speculating on the price of a raw physical asset, such as gold or oil. Many factors, including supply and demand, will impact the market price as traders buy or sell a commodity CFD making a profit or a loss. When you trade commodities, you don’t take ownership of the underlying physical asset (for example, a bar of gold). Instead, you trade a “futures contract”, also known as Contracts for Difference (CFDs) that gets derived from the real-time price movements of the underlying asset. So if the purchase price of gold goes up, the traded price does too.

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What is Commodity

Commodities are hard assets ranging from wheat to gold to oil. The U.S. government defines commodities in the 1936 Commodity Exchange Act. The Act covers trading in agricultural and natural resource commodities. Although the Act treats financial products like commodities, it doesn’t consider them to be commodities. The Act also bans trade in onions as a commodity.

Since there are so many commodities, they are grouped into three major categories: agriculture, energy, and metals.

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Trading Commodities With Leverage

Commodities CFDs are available for trading at Plus500 with up to 1:20 leverage, meaning, any potential profits or losses will be multiplied. You can start trading with a minimum of 100 € to get the effect of 2 000 € capital!

Simple Account Management

Quick and smooth funding process via bank account, credit/debit 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 Plus500 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.