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Commodities Trading

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Along with the global currency exchange markets, commodity markets offer various investment opportunities for retail traders worldwide. Soft commodities such as Wheat','Sugar','Soybean','Coffee','Corn',Cotton','Cocoa' have been traded for centuries, and investors’ preference for these financial derivatives is attributed to the major role they play in portfolio diversification and risk management.

Investing in contract-based tradable goods is a reliable means of risk mitigation even during times of inflation or economic uncertainty, ensuring both the contract buyer and seller against drastic price movements that may cause increased losses.

Investing in contract-based tradable goods is a reliable means of risk mitigation even during times of inflation or economic uncertainty, ensuring both the contract buyer and seller against drastic price movements that may cause increased losses.

New symbol Description Currency Contract size Digit Minimum lot/Lot step Maximum lot Min Spread Swap (In Points) 3 days Swap
Trading Session (GMT+9)

Monday to Thursday Friday
#Cocoa Cocoa Futures USD 10 2 0.01 100 1002 2 Wednesday
18:45 - 02:30 18:45 - 02:30
#Coffee Cocoa Futures USD 375 2 0.05 100 15 20 Wednesday
18:15 - 02:30 18:15-01:30
#Corn Corn Futures USD 500 2 0.01 100 10 15 Wednesday
09.00-02.20 09.00-02.20
#Sugar Sugar Futures USD 1120 2 0.01 100 10 3 Wednesday
17:30 - 02:00 17:30 - 02:00
What you should know when you trade commodities

Commodity prices are linked to local and global weather plus industrial events. Weather changes and its impact on crop harvests, and oil’s influence on the industrial markets may affect the distribution and pricing of these commodities. When trading commodities these can be some of the considerations you may make before you decide your next trading moves.

The margin percentage of the new Futures are 300% and the margin calculation is kept unchanged as below: Margin = Market price * Lot * Contract Size / Leverage * Percentage

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