Trade COMMODITIES into three categories,
metals, energy and agriculture.

Commodities are quite sensitive to market changes. Adapt
to them and maximize your profits with our trading culture.

Commodity market exchanges

Commodities are traded on international exchanges which help in the regulation of the supply and demand. Some popular commodity exchanges are the London Metal Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Dubai Mercantile Exchange and Australian Securities Exchange.

Commodity prices are sensitive to moves in the value of the US dollar and can be influenced by a range of factors like: fluctuations in supply and demand, poor harvests, natural disasters, wars and conflict, miners strikes, trade tariff and regulations, big economic events.

High volatility creates great opportunities but it also comes with increased risk as the price direction might move against your decisions quickly. When you are a beginner, you need to understand the risks which come because of market volatility. So, in your first days of trading, you better trade on assets which are considered safer and less volatile. Significantly volatile assets need to be traded after a period of time, when you feel confident enough to trade and experience new trading styles.

Trading indicators will help you test and identify your trading ideas and apply them on real data analysis which will lead to informed decisions based on market conditions. Indicators will assist you on better making enter and exit decisions. One of the best indicators is Moving average, which will give you control over a huge amount of information. When used in a correct way, it is a powerful tool to validate and test your trading ideas.

A wider list of commodity exchanges

American Commodity Exchange – ACE, AMEX Commodities Corporation – ACC, Chicago Board of Trade – CBT, Chicago Mercantile Exchange – CME, Chicago Rice & Cotton Exchange – CRCE, Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange – CSCE, COMEX Division of New York Mercantile Exchange – COMEX, Kansas City Board of Trade – KCBT, MidAmerica Commodity Exchange – MCE, Minneapolis Grain Exchange – MGE, New York Cotton Exchange – NYCE, New York Futures Exchange – NYFE, New York Mercantile Exchange – NYMEX, Philadelphia Board of Trade – PBOT, Pacific Commodity Exchange – PCE, Pacific Futures Exchange – PFE, Twin Cities Board of Trade – TCBT.

Why trading Commodities with Prime Holdings?

24/5 Support on technical issues and education
Desktop, web and mobile trading apps
Excellent customer support service agents
Transparent trading conditions, no fees, no charges
Stop loss and take profits functions available
Negative Balance Protection & SSL security standard available

Commodities Keywords

  • A Safe Haven
  • Profitable Returns
  • A Diversified Portfolio

Gold is considered a safe haven, meaning that in times of market turbulence it helps to keep a balanced and safe portfolio. This is because Gold is able to retain its value, or even having a growth in its price, during turbulent times.

The sharp price movements in commodity prices enables traders to grow their profits by making the most out of a liquid market.

Get to know as many commodities as you can, because you will have a better diversification of your portfolio this way.