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Commodities Trading

Commodities are physical, natural assets, such as oil, coffee, corn, wheat, gold, natural gas, and many others. They are divided into three main categories: softs, energy, and metals.
1. Soft Commodities are grouped into three categories, food crops (coffee, cotton, corn, etc.), livestock (hogs and cattle) and industrial craps (wool and lumber).

2. Energy commodities include natural gas, crude oil, gasoline, and electricity.

3. Metal commodities are grouped into two categories, base metals widely used in commercial and industrial applications (i.e., iron ore, zinc, aluminum, nickel, steel, etc.) and precious metals, rare, naturally occurring metallic elements (gold, silver, palladium, and platinum).

Commodity trading is the oldest form of the financial instruments, and the current global Commodity market is diverse, dynamic, and because of market volatility, offers traders a wide range of opportunities.

Shares Trading

Shares represent ownership in a company. When you buy Shares in a company, you own a certain percentage of that company and receive a portion of profits from the company’s earnings.

Trading Shares is the most exciting investment opportunity for traders. It offers a wide variety of sectors, industries, and countries to choose from. When you trade Shares at Eternity Wealth you speculate on the underlying Share price movement, without owing the Shares. This means you can trade via Spread betting or CFD trading account and can open both Buy and Sell positions on a stock, for more significant trading opportunities.

Indices Trading

An Index is a collection of top-performing stocks grouped, most often by country. Some of the biggest Indices markets in the world include a selection of the country’s largest companies. An Index is a collection of top-performing stocks grouped, most often by country. Some of the biggest Indices markets in the world include a selection of the country’s largest companies.

Index trading means speculating on price movements in stock Indices. Some of the world’s most popular indices are S&P 500 and NASDAQ 100 (New York), FTSE 100 (London) and DAX 30 (Frankfurt), AUS 200 (Sydney) and Nikkei 225 (Tokyo), CAC 40 (Paris) and Euro Stock 50.

When you trade an Index, you can buy or sell based on your opinion of how that index will perform. Indices markets allow traders to make a profit from the price movements of indices. Indices traders can trade on a single index, or trade on various indices. Indices markets provide traders with a high degree of liquidity, extended trading hours, and tight spreads.

Disclaimer
Warning of high risk: Trading at all levels and in all its forms represent an activity of elevated risk. As it is entirely possible to suffer heavy losses when trading with any online broker, trading is not an activity that is suitable for everyone. Traders must be aware of the fact that returns are not guaranteed and that they may lose some or all of the money they have invest. As such, it is of the utmost importance to only every trade with disposable funds you can afford 100%. Before getting started traders must actively consider their goals, expectations, attitude to risk, and personal financial circumstances. You need to know the risk involved when trading and understand exactly how to proceed, by following your trading style and situation. If you require advice or assistance, it should be sourced exclusively from a registered independent financial advisor.

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