Commodity Trading

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  • Commodities are good source of trading even during tough times.
  • Trading in commodity futures is a transparent process.
  • Commodities are riskier form of trading with huge swings in prices.

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What is Commodity Trading?

To trade commodities, you must first open an account with a broker. This style of trading focuses on
agricultural (wheat, cotton, etc. ), mineral (petroleum), and precious metals futures and options (gold, silver, etc.).

Growth Potential

The investors must be careful of the risks associated and understand the functioning of the commodity comprehensively.

Income

Commodities are subject to market fluctuations and hence do not ensure fixed or guaranteed returns

Flexibility

Commodity can help you achieve both immediate and long-term objectives. Commodity futures can be used for a variety of durations to meet investing goals in a convenient manner.

Control

Commodity funds are less prone to fluctuations, unlike equity funds. These funds can overcome market risk and tend to move slowly.

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Let's know more about Commodity...

Commodity markets trade raw materials rather than finished goods, such as cocoa, fruit, and sugar. Gold
and oil are hard commodities that are mined. The earliest form of commodity investment is futures contracts.

Physical and derivatives trading using spot prices, forwards, futures, and options on futures are all examples
of commodity markets. For millennia, farmers in the commodity market have employed a primitive kind of
derivative trading to control price risk.

Why Invest in Commodity?

  • Over time, commodities and commodity stocks tend to provide returns that differ from other stocks and bonds.
  • Individual commodity prices can fluctuate due to factors such as supply and demand, exchange rates, inflation, and the overall health of the economy.
  • Inflation—which can erode the value of stocks and bonds—can often mean higher prices for commodities.

Indian Commodity

NameSymbolCategoryMargin %BrokerageKnow More
COPPERCOPPER MXCOMMODITIESRs. 2000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
NICKELNICKEL MXCOMMODITIESRs. 2000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
ZincZinc MXCOMMODITIESRs. 2000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
CRUDEOILCRUDEOIL MXCOMMODITIESRs. 2000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
GOLDGOLD MXCOMMODITIESRs. 5000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on But/SellKnow More
SILVERSILVER MXCOMMODITIESRs. 5000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
LEADLEAD MXCOMMODITIESRs. 2000 per LotRs. 25 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More

US Commodity

NAMESymbolCategoryMargin %BrokerageKnow More
GOLDGOLDCOMMODITIESRs. 500 per LotRs. 5 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
SILVERSILVERCOMMODITIESRs. 500 per LotRs. 5 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
CRUDECRUDECOMMODITIESRs. 500 per LotRs. 5 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
COPPERCOPPERCOMMODITIESRs. 500 per LotRs. 5 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
NATURAL GASNATURAL GASCOMMODITIESRs. 500 per LotRs. 5 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More
PLATINUMPLATINUMCOMMODITIESRs. 500 per LotRs. 5 per Lot on Buy/SellKnow More

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Traders can trade stocks on the equity market. Public and private stocks are available to investors. Unlike private stocks, which are traded privately, public stocks are traded on exchanges. When a company is formed, it is initially private before launching an IPO.

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A dividend is a payment made by a corporation to its stockholders, usually out of its profits. Dividends are typically paid regularly (e.g., quarterly) and made as a fixed amount per share of stock—the more shares you own, the larger the total dividend payment you’ll receive.

What is Income Tax?

Income tax is a type of direct tax that a government imposes on its people’ earnings. The central government is required to collect this tax under the Income Tax Act of 1961. Every year in its Union Budget, the government can adjust the income slabs and tax rates.

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