Commodities Trading

Trade Gold, Silver and Crude Oil on the award-winning MT4 and MT5 platforms.

Live Commodities Prices

Focus Markets traders can access the four most traded commodities via MT5 platform.

Commodities Products

Trading Brent Oil

With Focus Markets you have access to oil CFDs, which provide the easiest and most affordable way to invest in the oil market. Brent Crude Oil sets one of the global price benchmarks for oil and the top benchmark for Atlantic crude oils. The Brent Oil (BCO/USD) price is influenced by the same factors that affect the oil industry worldwide, including discrepancies between supply and demand, geopolitical events, and the price of the American dollar.

Trading WTI Oil

Traders can also invest in West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Oil CFDs. WTI is crude oil produced and distributed primarily in North America. It’s one of the three main oil benchmarks along with Brent Oil and Dubai crude. The price difference between the top two, Brent and WTI, is known as the Brent-WTI spread. Both can be traded at similar prices, but also reflect their own specific markets, unique supply and demand, etc.

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Trading Gold

Metals are regarded as safe haven assets since their limited supply keeps their prices stable in the long term. As the most traded precious metal, gold is no exception: despite still being a subject to some market volatility, its value is much steadier and less dependent on supply and demand. Gold is one of the best financial instruments for traders wanting to diversify their portfolio and hedge against instability in the Forex and equity markets.

Trading Silver

Silver is heavily utilised as a precious metal and as an industrial metal at the same time, making the dynamics of the silver market more complex, with supply and demand having a bigger impact on its value. The price of silver is more volatile compared to that of gold because the market is smaller, the demand is everchanging and the liquidity is lower. However, this also means that more exciting trading opportunities can arise.

Commodities Products

Trading Brent Oil

With Focus Markets you have access to oil CFDs, which provide the easiest and most affordable way to invest in the oil market. Brent Crude Oil sets one of the global price benchmarks for oil and the top benchmark for Atlantic crude oils. The Brent Oil (BCO/USD) price is influenced by the same factors that affect the oil industry worldwide, including discrepancies between supply and demand, geopolitical events, and the price of the American dollar.

Trading WTI Oil

Traders can also invest in West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Oil CFDs. WTI is crude oil produced and distributed primarily in North America. It’s one of the three main oil benchmarks along with Brent Oil and Dubai crude. The price difference between the top two, Brent and WTI, is known as the Brent-WTI spread. Both can be traded at similar prices, but also reflect their own specific markets, unique supply and demand, etc.

Trading Gold

Metals are regarded as safe haven assets since their limited supply keeps their prices stable in the long term. As the most traded precious metal, gold is no exception: despite still being a subject to some market volatility, its value is much steadier and less dependent on supply and demand. Gold is one of the best financial instruments for traders wanting to diversify their portfolio and hedge against instability in the Forex and equity markets.

Trading Silver

Silver is heavily utilised as a precious metal and as an industrial metal at the same time, making the dynamics of the silver market more complex, with supply and demand having a bigger impact on its value. The price of silver is more volatile compared to that of gold because the market is smaller, the demand is everchanging and the liquidity is lower. However, this also means that more exciting trading opportunities can arise.

How And Where Are Commodities Traded?

Commodities are represented on exchanges that specialize in trading different raw materials and contracts based on them (CFDs, futures, options etc.), such as the London Metal Exchange (for non-precious metals), the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (for energy and metals) or the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (metals, oil, agricultural products). With FocusMarkets you can trade on the commodity exchanges using CFDs that provide greater liquidity and leveraged trading.

How to Start Trading with Focus Markets

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APPLY
STEP 1
Fill in a simple application form
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APPLY
VERIFY
STEP 2
Upload documents to verify your account.
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VERIFY
FUND & TRADE
STEP 3
Fund account with as little as $100 to start trading
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FUND & TRADE