Commodities

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Commodities Trading

Commodities can be split up into two subsections, hard commodities (such as oil, gold, rubber) and soft commodities (such as coffee, wheat, corn). Hard commodities are generally higher in price but both are traded extensively. Commodities are traded in numerous different exchanges all around the world. In the UK, oil, gas and other energies are traded at the Commodities Investment. 

 

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What Commodities Does TIS Offer?

Metals
WTI / Brent Crude Oil
Natural Gas

What is Metals Trading

Metals in trading are categorised into two groups; ferrous and non-ferrous. Ferrous metals are those that contain iron, with ferrous being Latin for iron. Precious metals consist of gold, silver, copper, platinum and palladium, these elements do not contain Iron.

Diversify Your Trading Strategies

Gold and Silver and Copper are used as a hedge during economic crisis, therefore we call them the safe haven of investments. It is a good alternative to diversify your trading strategy as the market is not driven by any one country but the world as a whole. 

Trade anywhere from your mobile, tablet or desktop device, effortlessly managing your account and trading online using the award winning MT4 platform. You can automate your trading strategies with the MT4 EAs, allowing you to make the most of market opportunities without needing to personally monitor the markets constantly.

What is Crude Oil Trading

Crude oil is also known as petroleum or black gold. Unprocessed petroleum, directly taken from oil rigs and drilling platforms is called crude oil, which is mainly a dark brown or dark green viscous fluid, or a semi-solid combustible matter comprised of various of hydrocarbons.

Crude Oil Market

The fourth sector demanding the most oil is the residential/commercial/agriculture industry which accounts for about 11%. This industry demand is expected to remain the same over the next 20 years. Other industries such as aviation is expected to grow, where demands in the electricity generation sector should remain as is starting around the 5.3 mb/d, however in the long run expected to decline.

Despite a slower economic growth, China is forecasted to increase their demand for oil in the coming years. And India is becoming the world’s fastest growing consumer of oil with rising incomes and a rising numbers of cars. In Brazil, more oil will be required since they are the leader of the chemical market and production of polyethylene, the main raw material for plastic production.

What is Natural Gas Trading

Natural Gas prices fluctuate constantly, depending on factors such as supply and demand, weather, and the viability of alternative resources. As a traded asset, Natural Gas (NGAS) is popular due to its volatility, high liquidity and reasonable spread.

Follow the Natural Gas price chart for live data and read our latest Natural Gas forecast, news, technical and fundamental analysis articles. Key pivot points and support and resistance levels provide further insights to help you make informed trading decisions.

Natural Gas Market

Trading Natural Gas with TIL is secure and convenient. Trade anywhere from your mobile, tablet or desktop device, effortlessly managing your account and trading online using the award winning MT4 platform. You can automate your trading strategies with the MT4 EAs, allowing you to make the most of market opportunities without needing to personally monitor the markets constantly.

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