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Commodity trading

Commodities market has emerged as a new avenue for investors to create wealth.

To trade in commodities, you need to open a commodity trading account with a broker.
This type of trading is essentially in futures and options of products like agriculture (wheat, cotton, etc.), minerals (petroleum), and precious metals (gold, silver, etc.).

Commodity futures and options

Before you open a commodity account, you need to know a little bit about derivatives. There are two main types of products – futures and options. Futures contracts give you the right to purchase or sell a certain amount of a particular commodity at a predetermined date in the future. Options give you the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a specific commodity at a predetermined price in the future.

Futures and options are traded on commodity exchanges like Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX) and National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX).


Here’s why you might want to open commodity trading account with NC WEALTH SOLUTION PVT. LTD.


Why Should You trade in Commodities?

Prices of commodities are less affected due to factors that influence the stock markets. Therefore, they are known to provide investors with excellent portfolio diversification. Besides predictability and diversification, the investor can also benefit from market offered liquidity and leverage. Following are the benefits offered by commodities’ trading:

Frequently Ask Qustion

Here are a few items that are frequently traded in the Indian commodity market

  • Gold
  • Crude Oil
  • Copper Cathode
  • Silver
  • Zinc
  • Nickel
  • Natural Gas
  • The commodity trading market operates from 9:00 AM to 11:30 PM to capture the full extent of global market movements in all traded categories.

    Many people will tell you that it isn’t because it’s very different in nature. In the commodity market items are traded through futures contracts, which are sold differently. For a new trader, it can be challenging to make money initially through futures contracts.

    There is more than one way to trade in commodities.

  • Direct investment in commodity trading
  • Investing through futures contracts
  • Buying shares (from the exchange) of companies that produce these commodities.
  • Yes. It is a good option for retail traders. It’s less complicated than tracking share performance and planning the right entry point. The commodity market is driven by strong trends, determined by demand and supply differences in the global market.

    Here are a few points to keep in mind while trading in the commodities market.

  • Commodity prices are influenced by shifts in global demand and supply
  • Economic trends are critical to determining market trends, a strong economy will push commodity prices upward, and a weak economy will do the opposite
  • The sectoral performance will also influence commodity prices like industrial performance will determine the demand for metal commodities
  • Commodities are volatile and therefore, risky
  • You can select to invest in a group of commodities
  • It may take you some time to master the art of trading in commodity markets
  • It involves both individual and institutional players. You’ll find the following participants in the commodity market.

  • Market speculators
  • Directional Margin Traders
  • Spot/Futures Traders
  • Price Hedgers
  • Reqeust a Call Back

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    How to invest in the Commodities Market?

    You can enter the Commodities market through different ways. You can take own decision, termed as self-directed, identify an automated system where trades are carried out on your behalf, work with licensed brokers or hire a money manager to manage your account personally. But trading with us is much simpler. Just open an account with us and start trading in any of the below 3 ways:

    Online – On your desktop through different trading platforms

    Call-n-Trade (for online trading clients)

    Contact or visit your nearest branch office to place your orders.