Trade the most popular commodity CFDs online with flexible leverage and competitive spreads. From gold and silver to oil and coffee, trade the global commodity market with LondonEX

What is Commodities Trading?

Commodity trading is the buying and selling of raw materials, such as precious metals and oil, that are important to the global economy. The most common commodities include metals like gold, silver and copper, with oil being the most traded energy instrument.

When you trade commodities with LondonEX you are not buying a physical asset such as a bar of gold or barrel of oil.

Instead, you simply trade the price movements of the underlying asset through CFDs. This means you have the ability to profit whether the price is going up or down.

Why Trade
Commodities
with LondonEX?

  • Wide Range of Commodity Instruments

    Trade the most popular commodities including gold, silver, oil and coffee

  • No Brokerage Fees

    Enjoy no brokerage fees on standard accounts with LondonEX

  • Zero Commission

    Deposit and withdraw freely with $0 commission

  • Competitive Spreads

    Super competitive spreads with ultra fast execution speed

  • High Leverage

    Leverage up to 1:100

  • Service

    The ultimate customer service with VIP live chat and 24/5 phone support to help you with your trades and account.

Trade spot metals with LONDONEX

Trading gold and silver prices is a popular way you can diversify your portfolio, and trading the spot price gives you immediate access to market prices. Gold and silver have been exchanged for goods and currencies throughout time and these metals continue to be a popular choice among traders today. The spot price, as opposed to a futures contract, of a metal like Gold (XAU) or Silver (XAG) is the cash price of that metal in the market at the current point in time.With LondonEX, metal trading is the act of exchanging Gold or Silver spot prices for a major currency.

Spot metal traders use both long- and short-term price charts to monitor Gold or Silver’s price movements, and then place a trade depending on which direction they believe the price may go next. Depending on the market’s current state of volatility, investors might choose to hold either a long- or short-term position according to their trading strategy.

Precious metals are viewed as a store of value, which for some represents a desirable investment in times of market uncertainty. The inherent rarity of precious metals, along with a ductile quality that makes them suitable for jewellery, dentistry and electronics – ensures they remain sought after, making supply & demand a primary price driver.

What factors influence the price
of precious metals?

  • Inflation
  • US Dollar
  • Monetary Policy
  • Supply and demand
  • Global macroeconomic trends

Key Benefits

  • Widely regarded as potential safe havens
  • Good for diversifying your trading portfolio
  • Popular assets during times of volatility

Trade Oil and Gas with LONDONEX

CFD trading in the oil and gas markets is a convenient and flexible way for investors to diversify their portfolios and these assets continue to be a popular choice among traders today.

The prices of oil and other energy products fluctuate according to a huge number of factors, including demand, supply and general confidence in the global economy.

Key Benefits

  • Easier access to popular commodity markets
  • Excellent way to diversify your portfolio
  • Low margin requirements