Commodities CFD trading

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PrimeFin commodity assets list

Symbol Description Trading hours
XAUUSD Gold vs. US Dollar 01:00 - 24:00 Buy Sell
Brent Oil Brent Crude Oil (ICE-EUR) 03:00 - 01:00 Buy Sell
Crude Oil Light Sweet Crude Oil (CME) 01:00 - 00:15 Buy Sell
Soy Beans Soybeans (CME) 03:00-15:45 & 16:30-21:25 Buy Sell
Natural Gas Natural Gas (CME) 01:00 - 00:15 Buy Sell
Corn Corn (CME) 03:00 - 15:45 & 16:30 - 21:25 Buy Sell
XAGUSD Silver vs. US Dollar 01:00 - 24:00 Buy Sell
Palladium Palladium (CME) 01:00 - 00:15 Buy Sell
Platinum Platinum (CME) 01:00 - 00:15 Buy Sell
R.B.O.B Gasoline R.B.O.B Gasoline (CME) 01:00 - 00:15 Buy Sell
Sugar Sugar #11 (ICE-US) 10:30 - 20:00 Buy Sell
Wheat Wheat (CME) 03:00 - 15:45 & 16:30 - 21:25 Buy Sell
Cocoa Cocoa (ICE-US) 11:45 - 20:30 Buy Sell
Coffee Coffee (ICE-US) 11:25 - 20:30 Buy Sell
Copper Copper (CME) 01:00 - 00:15 Buy Sell
Cotton Cotton #2 (ICE-US) 04:00 - 21:20 Buy Sell

What is a commodity?

A commodity is a basic, raw product, which can be bought and sold. It’s one of the major asset classes of investment, while the commodities market is one of the oldest existing markets. Some examples of commodities include gold, natural gas, wheat, sugar, cocoa, etc.

What categories of commodities are there?

Most commonly, commodities are split into two categories of soft and hard commodities.

Soft commodities include agricultural products such as cocoa, sugar, wheat, soybean, and livestock.

Hard commodities cover mined products, such as gold, silver, rubber, or oil.

How to trade commodities CFDs?

CFD stands for Contract for Difference and represents a financial derivative that allows trading commodities indirectly. Meaning, a trader doesn’t need to buy and sell a commodity. Instead, he or she analyses the market and speculates on the asset’s price movements by making a bid. The most precise and timely prediction gains benefit.