Trade metals

Trade metals, include gold, silver and other metals in your portfolio, diversify your risk...  

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Metals play a major role in commodity markets

Gold and crude oil, copper, gasoline and other commodities occupy an important position in the commodity market. All are contract commodities. metal contracts include futures, spot, forward and options. An intermediary for trading futures contracts is a futures exchange or futures market. Traders from all over the world can trade about 50 major commodities, which have extremely high economic value and durability. Gold, silver, platinum, palladium, etc. are the main trading assets. Asia is the world's largest metal trading market (China, India, and Singapore are the main traders of these commodities), and most of the bulk commodity trading is dominated by European and American companies. The largest precious metals companies are in Canada and Germany.

There are two ways to trade metals

In addition to currency pairs, indices, gold and other commodities, the trading of other metals is also active in the futures market. Trading is available 24 hours a day, except weekends. Generally speaking, metals are traded in two ways: spot contracts and futures contracts. Spot contracts involve spot buying and selling, payment and delivery, while futures are standard contracts where both parties agree to a certain amount of metal price (called futures price) for delivery and payment on a future date (called delivery date). Futures trading refers to buying and selling commodities without the actual ownership of online trading.

Gold and Metals Trading Today

Is a risk management during times of inflation or economic/political uncertainty period

Since the 1970s, aside from currency pair (foreign exchange) trading, metals have become the most popular investment commodity, a commodity that is beneficial for portfolio risk management during times of inflation or economic/political uncertainty. Investing in gold and other precious metals for the long term is a popular investment method all over the world. Futures contracts are so-called derivative contracts, meaning that their value is derived from the performance of the underlying asset. One of the main purposes of investing in metal futures is risk mitigation: given the ability of contract buyers and sellers to advance future trades at fixed prices or interest rates, they can ensure that drastic or sudden price movements may result in increased losses.

Gold and Metals Trading Today

Is a risk management during times of inflation or economic/political uncertainty period

Since the 1970s, aside from currency pair (foreign exchange) trading, metals have become the most popular investment commodity, a commodity that is beneficial for portfolio risk management during times of inflation or economic/political uncertainty. Investing in gold and other precious metals for the long term is a popular investment method all over the world. Futures contracts are so-called derivative contracts, meaning that their value is derived from the performance of the underlying asset. One of the main purposes of investing in metal futures is risk mitigation: given the ability of contract buyers and sellers to advance future trades at fixed prices or interest rates, they can ensure that drastic or sudden price movements may result in increased losses.

Metal trading is a two-way trading

Metals is a two way trading: if the market expects an uptrend (uptrend) the trade can be done by buying a futures contract (long) and exporting it by selling it; while if there is an anticipation of a downward movement (downtrend), the trade can be done by Selling futures contracts to enter (going short) and exporting trades by buying contracts. It is also possible to trade multiple futures contracts, which involves making several separate entries and exits, i.e., entering contracts at different prices, exiting at one price, or vice versa. The ability to trade on both sides allows investors to make profits, whether it is an upward or downward market move.

Popular Metals

Invest in spot gold and silver

SymbolsSpreadAsk PriceBid PriceSwap(long)Swap(short)
XAUUSD0.91751.21751.29-8.7875.523
XAGUSD0.721.21621.223-0.6798-0.0206
XPTUSD43.4978.77983.11-3.6256-2.05176