Commodities are the goods given to the whole goods such as gold, silver, oil, natural gas, copper, cotton, corn, wheat, sugar, coffee which is the topic of the trade. The market in which these goods are traded is called the Commodity Exchange. Factors affecting commodity prices include seasonal changes, natural disasters, economic activity, supply-demand. Investors who want to invest in commodities will contribute to making the right investments to follow the effects of these factors. Commodity products are usually traded on futures markets, but there are spot markets for some products.
For example; The CBOT (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) is the largest commodity exchange in the world, where commodities are exchanged for futures, providing cash or physical reconciliation at maturity. Commodities traded on the futures market are divided into speculative and hedging purposes. Traders trading in commodities for hedging are generally manufacturers and companies that use these products in the industry. Investors are the ones that perform speculative commodity trading.
HOW TO PERFORM COMMODITIES IN THE FOREX MARKET? HOW DOES SELL TRANSFER?
The Forex Market for commodity trading is fast and easy to access and 5 days and 24 hours a day live trading is very practical, with only one click giving you the opportunity to make a profit and lower your profit. Trading transactions are not physical and are based on profit / loss difference from the difference between buying and selling prices.