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Why trade commodities with JustMarkets?

Trade commodities confidently, applying any trading strategy you prefer.

Commodity derivatives

Diversify your investment strategy with an extensive range of popular commodities like gold, silver, and an array of energy resources.

Adaptable trading

Delve into the commodities market with ease, trading gold (XAUUSD), silver (XAGUSD), and Oil throughout the week for optimized trading performance.

Investment security

Invest in commodities with Negative Balance Protection. When a negative balance takes place because of a sharp movement on the market, it will be set to zero in order to protect the clients from the unexpected losses.

Gap protection

Trade without worry with our gap protection. It prevents slippages, so your trades start and end right where you expect, without missing any small price changes.

Low & Stable spreads

Trade gold, silver, or oil with ultra-tight spreads starting from 0.2 pips, ensuring stability even during market volatility.

Fast order execution

At JustMarkets, your deals are done almost instantly. In just fractions of a second, we ensure that your trades are executed, giving you the speed you need to trade effectively.

Commodity market spreads and swaps

Avg.spread

 

pips

Commission

 

per lot/side

Margin

 

1:3000

Long swap

 

points

Short swap

 

points

Stop level*

 

pips

Standard

Metals

XAUUSD

GOLD vs US Dollar

2.1

0

0.03%

-42.79

0

0

Extended Swap-free available

XAUEUR

Gold vs Euro

7.4

0

0.03%

-30.25

0

0

XAUAUD

GOLD vs Australian Dollar

8.7

0

0.03%

-53.92

0

0

XAUGBP

GOLD vs Great Britain Pound

43

0

0.03%

-32.35

0

0

Extended Swap-free available

XPTUSD

Platinum

31.9

0

1%

-19.06

0

0

XPDUSD

Palladium

85.1

0

1%

-23.11

0

0

XAGUSD

SILVER vs US Dollar

3.6

0

0.03%

-4.92

0

0

XAGEUR

SILVER vs Euro

3.5

0

0.03%

-3.51

0

0

Oil

XNGUSD

US Natural Gas

1.6

0

0.5%

-9.83

0

0

WTI

WTI Light Crude Oil CFD

0.6

0

0.5%

-6%

-3%

0

BRENT

Brent Crude Oil CFD

0.9

0

0.5%

-6%

-3%

0

Commodity market conditions

The commodity market is a worldwide marketplace for trading various commodities such as precious metals and energies. Trading allows speculation on the prices of highly volatile instruments like gold and oil without the need to purchase the underlying asset, irrespective of whether the commodity price is going up or down.

Trading hours

Commodity market operates from Monday 01:02 until Friday 23:59, with certain pairs having unique schedules. Refer to the following for specific opening times:

Instrument Open Close
XAGEUR, XAUAUD, XAUEUR, XPDUSD, XPTUSD, XAGUSD, XAUUSD Monday 01:02
Daily break 23:58 – 01:01
Friday 23:58
WTI, XNGUSD Monday 01:02
Daily break 23:59 – 01:02
Friday 23:59
BRENT Monday 03:02
Daily break 23:59 – 03:02
Friday 23:59

All timings are in server time (GMT+3).

Spreads

Spreads in the commodity market frequently float. The spreads mentioned above are averages from prior trading days. Check our platform for current spreads.

Spreads may increase during periods of low liquidity. This includes times such as daily breaks and may continue until normal conditions resume.

Our best spreads are guaranteed on our Raw Spread account, where spreads start from 0.2 pips.

Swap-Free trading

Swap is the interest fee charged on trading positions that remain open overnight. The swap rates vary across different trading pairs. Swaps are applied at 22:00 GMT+3 each day, excluding the weekend, until the position is closed. It is important to note that swaps on Wednesdays are tripled to account for weekend funding costs.

You won`t be charged for the instruments marked “Extended Swap-free available” in the table above if you have swap-free status.

All customer accounts from any country are automatically given swap-free status.

*Swap-free trading is unavailable for the following instruments: XNGUSD, WTI, BRENT.

Stop level

Pay attention that the stop level values indicated in the table above are variable and might not be accessible for traders employing specific high-frequency strategies or utilizing Expert Advisors.

Fixed margin requirements

Margin requirements for our commodity trades are consistent but can change depending on your leverage. The maximum leverage available will vary based on your account’s equity.

  • For XAUUSD, XAGUSD, XAGEUR, XAUEUR, and XAUAUD, the maximum leverage is set at 1:3000.
  • For XPDUSD and XPTUSD, leverage is set at 1:100.
  • For BRENT, WTI, and XNGUSD, leverage is set at 1:200.

Margin requirements always remain fixed, except for specific periods of higher margin requirements.

Dynamic margin requirements

The margin requirement for your account depends on the amount of leverage you select. Adjusting your leverage will result in corresponding changes to your margin requirements. Similarly, just as spreads can fluctuate based on market conditions, the leverage accessible to you may also shift. Several factors, detailed below, can lead to these variations.

Leverage

Maximum leverage changes based on your account’s equity:

Equity, USD Maximum leverage
0 – 999 1:3000
1,000 – 4,999 1:2000
5,000 – 29,999 1:1000
30,000 or more 1:500

*Energies have different maximum leverage according to their specifications.

Economic news

From 5 minutes before the publication of high-impact economic news until 5 minutes after, margin requirements for new positions opened on affected trading instruments are calculated with reduced maximum leverage.

You can find out when major economic news is due for release on our Economic calendar.

Rollovers, weekends and holidays

An increased margin rule also applies to some trading instruments during rollovers, weekends, and public holidays. These instruments during this period are subject to lower leverage.

An increased margin rule also applies to some trading instruments during rollovers, weekends, and public holidays. These instruments during this period are subject to lower leverage.

Read more about the high margin requirements here.

JustMarkets mobile app

Identify opportunities, execute trades and manage your trading accounts with the JustMarkets Trade app. Enjoy convenient deposits and withdrawals, a wide range of payment options and 24/7 in-app support.

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Frequently asked questions

What are commodities?

Commodities are raw materials or primary agricultural products that can be bought and sold. These include energy sources like oil and natural gas, metals like gold, silver, and copper, and agricultural products like wheat, coffee, and sugar. Commodities are fundamental goods used in commerce and are often the building blocks for more complex goods and services.

What instruments can be traded in the commodity market?

In the commodity market, you can trade a variety of instruments, including futures contracts, options, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and contracts for difference (CFDs). These instruments allow traders to speculate on the price movements of commodities without physically owning them.

What is the most sold commodity in the world?

The most sold commodity in the world is crude oil. It’s a key energy source globally and plays a crucial role in the world economy. Its price fluctuations can significantly impact global markets, making it a highly watched and traded commodity.

What are the top 3 commodities to invest in?

The top three commodities to invest in typically include crude oil, gold, and natural gas. These commodities are popular due to their widespread use, market liquidity, and potential for price volatility, which can offer opportunities for profit.

How do I start investing in commodities?

To start investing in commodities, first, educate yourself about the commodity markets and the factors that influence commodity prices. Open a brokerage account that offers commodity trading, like futures or CFDs. Begin with a demo account to practice, and once comfortable, you can start trading with real funds, focusing initially on one or two commodities.

How do I buy gold as a commodity?

To buy gold as a commodity, you can invest in gold futures, gold ETFs, or gold CFDs through a brokerage account. You can also purchase physical gold in the form of bars or coins from reputable dealers. Each method has its own advantages and considerations, such as storage for physical gold or understanding leverage for gold CFDs.

What are the main risks of commodity market trading?

The main risks of commodity market trading include market volatility, geopolitical risks, changes in supply and demand dynamics, currency fluctuations, and the impact of weather conditions on agricultural commodities. Traders must also know the risks associated with leverage and margin trading.

What are your rules for pending orders, stop loss (SL), and take profit (TP)?

In commodity trading, pending orders are placed to buy or sell at a pre-determined price. Stop Loss (SL) orders help limit potential losses by closing a position at a certain price level. Take Profit (TP) orders lock in profits by automatically closing the trade once the price reaches a favorable level. Setting SL and TP effectively requires understanding market volatility and risk tolerance.

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