Commodity Trading
Commodities such as precious metals and energy are viewed both as safe haven against inflation and as opportunities to increase investment value—an important part of a diversified investment. Global commodity products such as gold, silver and oil offers open, transparent prices, and is widely popular among investors. Commodity prices can fluctuate significantly due to factors such as supply and demand, economic and policy conditions, and currency changes, which provide opportunity for risky returns.

Commodity

Multi-platform Compatibility

We offer seamless trading via both iOS and Android mobile apps along with our web platform.  You are free to trade anywhere, anytime, any platform

Why Choose Mitrade?

Simple and Intuitive Platform

Experience a platform that integrates market updates, trading, market information, with account management and risk management.

Competitive Trading Costs

Enjoy low-cost trading, zero commissions, low overnight fees, and competitive and transparent spreads.

Competitive Threshold Trading Conditions

There is no minimum deposit requirement to open an account, and the minimum volume per trade is as low as 0.01 lots

Regulated by ASIC

Under the regulations of ASIC (AFSL398528), all client funds are segregated.

Protection Against Negative Balances

Your account will not lose more than your initial deposit under any market circumstances–our negative balance protection ensures your account never go below zero.

Excellent Online Support

Enjoy fast-response online customer service from our team of dedicated professionals.

FAQ

Supply and demand are important factors that affect commodities. Taking oil as an example, if the supply of oil is expected to be strong, and market demand for it does not change much, then the oil price will fall. Often, tensions in the Middle East affect the stability of the oil supply, resulting in a shortage of supply in the market, and pushing oil prices higher due to expectations for demand surpassing supply in the short term.


Another important factor is inflation. When inflation rises, investors need more money in exchange for goods due to currency depreciation, which will also affect the price of commodities.

If you wish to trade commodities, gold and crude oil will probably be your first choices to start because gold is an important hedging tool in the market. When the world encounters political instability or economic downturns, people will worry about currency depreciation, and gold will often become one of the options against currency depreciation.


When an international emergency breaks out, the price of gold will experience large fluctuations. Unlike currency pairs, the price of gold is affected not only by the countries involved, but also by global factors. Therefore, gold provides investors with more investment opportunities.


With regards to crude oil, investors would easily understand the reasons for fluctuations in its supply and demand by reading international news. Like gold, oil prices are affected by global factors, which provides more opportunities for investors.

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